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To app or not to app. That is the question many brands struggle with in these digital days.
Summary: What users believe they know about a UI strongly impacts how they use it.
How to use GPS technology in the classroom Teachers nationwide are finding more uses for global positioning systems in allowing students to tackle real-world problems. Suggestions include using GPS technology in the classroom to map and collect data on trees on school property or using it to study historic sites.
This post continues the theme of using digital storytelling tools for instruction. Good stories are usually about change or a journey that’s been made. Sometimes stories describe change in the context of events that have occurred over time.
Likely you’ve heard of Google Goggles ? It’s one of the newest Android Apps and it’s amazing.
A leaked T-Mobile slide suggests that the US carrier will be selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab on its network, looking like it will set back customers $399 when the device goes on sale. In the week, BoyGeniusReport suggested that Sprint would be launching the Galaxy Tab on its network on November 14, keeping the same price structure as T-Mobile. When UK pricing rumours surfaced, we were surprised to see the Samsung device coming in a little more expensive than the iPad, especially when the Galaxy Tab is tasked with taking the Android fight to Apple’s tablet market domination.
At the end of this month I will be attending IADIS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE MOBILE LEARNING 2009 in Barcelona, Spain.
We all need inspiration at times. Here are ten websites where you can seek, browse and hopefully find inspiration to kickstart your creativity. Click the underlined name of the source to access each site.
With the onslaught of information we’re subjected to, it’s tempting just to collect links in a never-ending to-be-read-later pile.
As noted in a previous post , while smartphones represent an exciting tool for patient education and the support of health-directed behaviors, 80% of Americans don’t have smartphones. What are the opportunities for mlearning for health when it comes to this population? Remembering the larger picture
Jan Herrington, Anthony Herrington, Jessica Mantei, Ian Olney and Brian Ferry (editors), New technologies, new pedagogies: Mobile learning in higher education , Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, 2009, 138p. ISBN: 978-1-74128-169-9 (online). Complete book available here - individual chapters below:
Given the importance of visual elements in elearning, it’s interesting to note that many instructional designers rely heavily on text-based research at the outset of a project and then consider visual elements when the text-based content has been developed.
Digital-storytelling (Multimedia stories)