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Why and How-To of Mobile Learning (#mlearning)

Why Mobile Learning? The benefits of mobile learning: Benefit 1: Expand the reach and equity of education. Benefit 2: Facilitate Personalized Learning...

Tutor virtual's curator insight, April 4, 2014 5:52 PM

Aprendizaje móvil...!!!

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Why Startups Seeking Funding Should Use Content To Build Their Credibility

Why Startups Seeking Funding Should Use Content To Build Their Credibility | Social Media Marketing |

Today, venture capital (VC) is more democratic than ever. Investors are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and geography is no longer a constricting factor.

Lower barriers, however, create stricter filters. With so many startups jockeying for funding, the Internet also enables investors to make snap judgments. Therefore, if you’re looking for funding, you can be sure that your online presence will be the subject of intense scrutiny.What do investors want to see?

According to Edith Yeung, founding partner at RightVentures, there are two main criteria: the passion of the entrepreneur and the potential of the startup.

What better way to convey passion and potential than with well-crafted content? Yeung says that, with strong content, you can “take a stand publicly…addressing issues that [investors] care about in a timely manner.”...

Via Jeff Domansky
Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 9, 2014 3:55 PM

The case for content marketing - well said.

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Language Learning & Technology - Special Issue on Mobile Assisted Language Learning

Language Learning & Technology - Special Issue on Mobile Assisted Language Learning | Social Media Marketing |

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, October 4, 2013 3:44 AM

Students’ Perceptions and Experiences of Mobile Learning
Abstract | Article PDF
Daesang Kim, Valdosta State University
Daniel Rueckert, Oklahoma City University
Dong-Joong Kim, Korea University
Daeryong Seo, Indiana State University
pp. 52–73

Podcasting for Language Learning Through iTunes U: The Learner’s View 
Abstract | Article PDF
Fernando Rosell-Aguilar, The Open University
pp. 74–93

The Development of Advanced Learner Oral Proficiency Using iPads
Abstract | Article PDF
Franziska Lys, Northwestern University
pp. 94–116

Reading and Grammar Learning Through Mobile Phones
Abstract Article PDF
Shudong Wang, Shimane University
Simon Smith, Shimane University
pp. 117–134

Mobile-Assisted Grammar Exercises:
Effects on Self-Editing in L2 Writing
Abstract Article PDF
Zhi Li, Iowa State University
Volker Hegelheimer, Iowa State University
pp. 135–156

Mobile-Assisted Language Learning:
A Selected Annotated Bibliography 
of Implementation Studies 1994–2012
Abstract | Article PDF
Jack Burston, Cyprus University of Technology
pp. 157–225

Mark A. Dean's curator insight, June 7, 2017 8:59 AM

This looks like a great resource for mobile learning in ESL.  I haven't had the chance to read through everything here, but it seems to be a great merging of my main area of education, and this newfound interest.  The few studies I've seen so far are great.