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Study: Internet consumption is a mobile affair in South Africa | IT News Africa – Africa's Technology News Leader

Study: Internet consumption is a mobile affair in South Africa | IT News Africa – Africa's Technology News Leader | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
65 percent of South Africans are now online: study. Google launched the 2017 Connected Consumer Study on 20 November 2017. This year’s study researched how
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Desktop vs Tablet vs Mobile: Which Device Rules Africa? | IT News Africa – Africa's Technology News Leader

Desktop vs Tablet vs Mobile: Which Device Rules Africa? | IT News Africa – Africa's Technology News Leader | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Which device reigns supreme on the African continent? There is a place we all go to on a daily basis, some people once or twice a day whereas others let it
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Using Mobile Devices in your Teaching | Western Sydney University

Using Mobile Devices in your Teaching | Western Sydney University | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
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Are Learning Analytics the New ‘Likes’? 87% of College Students Perform Better with Access to Personalized Data, New Research Finds

Are Learning Analytics the New ‘Likes’? 87% of College Students Perform Better with Access to Personalized Data, New Research Finds | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
A survey on digital study trends in higher education finds that students are making the connection between feedback from study technology and better academic performance
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Responsive Design and Vertical Video Add Up to Engaging eLearning by Pamela S. Hogle : Learning Solutions Magazine

Responsive Design and Vertical Video Add Up to Engaging eLearning by Pamela  S. Hogle : Learning Solutions Magazine | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Vertical video is growing in popularity and gaining acceptance as people spend more time using mobile devices; eLearning
designers should take note—and use responsive designs appropriately to bring vertical video to both on-site and remote
learners.
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Media multitasking and cognition in teens--new data

Media multitasking and cognition in teens--new data | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Several reports in the last few years have shown a relationship between cognitive function and the frequency of media multitasking (e.g., Cain et al, 2014 ; Minear et al, 2013 ; Ophir et al, 200
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5 Reasons Schools Still Need Desktop Computers -- THE Journal

Despite the growth of mobile learning, desktops still have a place in the 21st century classroom.
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Trends To Watch Out For In Mobile Learning in 2016

Trends To Watch Out For In Mobile Learning in 2016 | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
If there’s something that educationists are sure about it is the rise of e-learning in the coming years. Gone are those days when teaching & learning methods were confined within the four walls of the classroom. In today’s time and age, the education sector has become pro-change or let’s say pro-technology and wants to incorporate…
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US smartphone use surges, at expense of other gadgets (Update)

US smartphone use surges, at expense of other gadgets (Update) | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
The smartphone has been the tech story for Americans in recent years, with the market surging at the expense of other gadgetry, a study showed Thursday.
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Find out 12 rules of mobile learning by the 12 strokes of midnight! | Le blog du Mobile Learning

Find out 12 rules of mobile learning by the 12 strokes of midnight! | Le blog du Mobile Learning | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
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Is Viewing Learning Analytics the Same as Checking Your 'Likes'? 87% of College Students Perform Better with Access to Immediate Feedback on Performance, New Research Finds

Is Viewing Learning Analytics the Same as Checking Your 'Likes'? 87% of College Students Perform Better with Access to Immediate Feedback on Performance, New Research Finds | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Is Viewing Learning Analytics the Same as Checking Your 'Likes'? 87% of College Students Perform Better with...
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McGraw-Hill Education's third annual survey on digital study trends in higher education finds that students are making the connection between feedback from study technology and better academic performance.

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Types of Multi-device Experiences | The Upside Learning Blog

Types of Multi-device Experiences | The Upside Learning Blog | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Post looks at the different Types of Multi-device Experiences that an be created - Consistent, Continuous, & Complimentary.
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How to Help Faculty Explore Wearable Technology for Learning

How to Help Faculty Explore Wearable Technology for Learning | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Higher education leaders at Penn State and EDUCAUSE share their approach to faculty development.
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The digital divide in South Africa’s higher education sector: why public internet access is important in the context of tertiary education

The digital divide in South Africa’s higher education sector: why public internet access is important in the context of tertiary education | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Information and communication technology integration into South African higher education teaching makes internet access crucial for students. Government has made progress in pioneering public internet access initiatives, but more must be done to ensure their sustainability. Key points:
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Mobile learning | Jisc

Mobile learning | Jisc | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
A practical guide for educational organisations planning to implement a mobile learning initiative
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More Than 50 Percent of Teachers Report 1:1 Computing

More Than 50 Percent of Teachers Report 1:1 Computing | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
A survey finds that more educators have devices in their classrooms than ever before.
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Digital Device Choices Could Impact Common-Core Test Results, Studies Finding

Digital Device Choices Could Impact Common-Core Test Results, Studies Finding | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Some test questions are likely harder to answer on tablets than on laptop or desktop computers, presenting a new challenge as states move to online assessments.
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Reflections on the last five years of 'mobile learning'

Reflections on the last five years of 'mobile learning' | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
papyrus: the original mobile technology for learning? Mobile Learning Week 2016 begins on Monday, March 7 at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The fifth such annual international gathering, #MLW2016 will feature a great lineup of speakers who will share information and perspectives on the use of 'mobile technologies' in education around the world, with specific attention to contexts, initiatives, perspectives and innovations in middle- and low-income countries. The program of the event itself looks to be great, with a mixture of workshops, a policy forum (together with the ITU) and a two-day symposium, all kicked off by a special online 'debate' at 6pm Paris time organized by the folks at Education Fast Forward ("Innovation & Quality: Two sides of the same coin?"). I expect the real attraction of the event for many won't be found on the official program itself. Rather, it will be the opportunities to meet like-minded folks from around the world who are asking lots of useful questions and doing cool stuff 'on-the-ground'. A lot of this stuff is largely under the radar of the press and blogosphere, which directs most of its attention to what's happening in the 'developed' countries of Europe and North America and so is often not clued into some of the fascinating 'innovations at the edges' that are emerging. Mobile Learning Week is in many ways a companion event to the annual meeting of the mEducation Alliance, the USAID-led initiative which includes many of the same international institutions as sponsors and participants. The mEducation Alliance has also been bringing together people to talk about what is happening in the 'mobile learning' space in so-called 'developing countries' for five years. As someone who has worked in this area for some time, it is clear that we all really live in 'developing countries' when it comes to 'the use of small mobile devices in education', but there have been some notable changes in the nature of related discussions over the past half-decade. In case anyone might care to listen, here are a few of them that I've observed: ---
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What killed the mobile learning dream? - Digifest speaker, John Traxler | Jisc

What killed the mobile learning dream? - Digifest speaker, John Traxler | Jisc | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Mobile learning has stalled, argues John Traxler, professor of digital learning at the University of Wolverhampton's Institute of Education. He challenges Digifest to examine what's happened and how can it get back on track.
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Technology Device Ownership: 2015

Technology Device Ownership: 2015 | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Smartphone and tablet ownership continues to rise, as the adoption of other digital devices slows and even declines.
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It's Not the Device; It's What the Device Can Do -- THE Journal

It's Not the Device; It's What the Device Can Do -- THE Journal | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Devices are crucial as a conduit for content; however, they do not directly improve learning outcomes.
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Considerations for Designing E-Learning for Tablets vs. Smartphones - E-Learning Heroes

Considerations for Designing E-Learning for Tablets vs. Smartphones - E-Learning Heroes | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
In a world where technology continues to shape the way we live and work, more and more organizations want to make their corporate e-learning accessible to employees via mobile devices such as table...
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4 eLearning Challenges In Creating Courses For Multiple Devices Including Smartphones - eLearning Industry

4 eLearning Challenges In Creating Courses For Multiple Devices Including Smartphones - eLearning Industry | Multi-device Learning | Scoop.it
Wondering about the eLearning Challenges of creating Courses For Multiple Devices? Check 4 eLearning Challenges in creating Courses For Multiple Devices.
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Fifth Annual VitalSource/Wakefield Survey Finds College Students Want More - and Better - Classroom Technology

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- VitalSource Technologies Inc., an Ingram Content Group Company...
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