To App or Not? New Study Points the Way To app or not to app. That is the question many brands struggle with in these digital days. They know they need to go mobile.
How to use GPS technology in the classroom - Related Stories - SmartBrief on EdTech Skip to main content Browse All Briefs by Topic How to use GPS technology in the classroom
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Stories about time: interactive timeline tools 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.
Google Goggles: The Future of Mobile Learning? « Designing Impact
10 October '10, 08:03am Follow 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. Samsung Galaxy Tab to cost $399 on T-Mobile?
Mobile Learning Environments (EDUCAUSE Quarterly Key Takeaways With one billion devices expected to have mobile broadband Internet connections, the impact of mobile communication cannot be underestimated. With this growth in mobile devices, it seems appropriate to ask what completely new things might be afforded by mobile media for learning. The discussion of learning environments and mobile media grants educators an opportunity to adopt methods of situated, contextual, just-in-time, participatory, and personalized learning. Theory aside, it seems common sense that instruction should be performed in the most authentic context possible to practice and demonstrate useful learning, which mobile learning environments can facilitate.
At the end of this month I will be attending IADIS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE MOBILE LEARNING 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. It runs from 26 to 28 February 2009. For this conference my colleagues and I have written a paper on Continuing Medical Education via mobile forhealth care workers in developing countries. This paper focuses on delivering mobile continuing medical education (CME) to health care workers (HCWs) in developing countries. Delivering mobile content to remote areas in low resource settings is a technical challenge. Paper on Continuing Medical Education through mobile devices for Health Care Workers in Developing Countries
Sharebar We all need inspiration at times. Here are ten websites where you can seek, browse and hopefully find inspiration to kickstart your creativity. 10 Unusual Sources Of Inspiration for eLearning
Oct 05 2010 Wireframing is an important part of the design process, one that shouldn’t be overlooked by even the most experienced designers. Wireframes can save development time by outlining exactly how a site should look and function, in a manner that can be shown to and approved by your clients. But wireframing can be confusing, especially to new designers. 35 Excellent Wireframing Resources - Noupe Design Blog
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. It’s not exactly a habit that fosters critical thinking. Storify provides a fun way to assemble snippets of web information (Tweets, Facebook excerpts, Flickr photos, YouTube videos, Google search results, and RSS feed data) to tell a story. The technology (or what are my powers?) In private beta, you need an invite to get started with Storify. Storify: Using Stories to Learn and Share
Is your website ADA-friendly? - Related Stories - SmartBrief on Workforce Skip to main content Browse All Briefs by Topic Is your website ADA-friendly? Forward to a friend The Justice Department wants company websites to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Some areas they are targeting include ensuring those with visual disabilities can change the type size or color on a website, and allowing users to ask for more time to respond to instructions, says Kimberly Colonna of McNees Wallace & Nurick.
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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 mHealth and Patient Education for the 83%
Research Online 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:
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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. However, conducting text-based searches in parallel with media searches can allow you to find information and discern patterns that you might have missed with a traditional approach. Expanding your search engine horizons In addition to searching the image and video collections of standard search engines, like Google and Bing, there are a number of search engines that create different visual outputs of a search. Keeping Your Eye on the Search
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Health Literacy Month and e-Patients: A Ways to Go It’s probably appropriate that right on the heels of the e-Patient Connections 2010 conference that we enter health literacy month. If the conference, and the e-patient movement more generally, point to a population of active and engaged patients, health literacy month reminds us that there’s much to be done when it comes to creating effective physician-patient partnerships and helping patients take charge of their own wellness and health care decisions. As stated (or restated) by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (2010), “‘health literacy’ is a person’s capacity to find, understand, and use basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.”
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