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Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win the world's biggest UI elements pack "Impressionist User Interface Elements Pack" for 3 winners (1 developer license and 2 personal license) to design your project more creatively. For the web designers and web developers, this collection will be a treat for them because in this collection, we are showcasing 45 useful and amazing HTML5 tutorials and techniques that would astonish them. HTML5 is the latest and advanced version of HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and these days HTML5 is very popular among the web designers and web developers, that’s why I said this collection is a treat for web designers and web developers. HTML5 is packed with modern and advanced features that‘s why major internet marketers and internet leaders are using HTML5 like Google and Apple. These HTML5 tutorials will help you to improve your web design techniques and offer basic compatibility features and tricks to the web designers and web developers.
After publishing 30 iPad Apps Every Teacher Should Have I curated another list of iPad apps but this time for students. This list is subjective and is based on my own experience as a teacher and as an educational technology researcher and blogger. I included only the apps I think students REALLY need to have some familiarity with in order to better leverage the educational potential of iPad. Just as I said before no matter how many apps I include here there will always be some missing.
Last week we established a few baseline expectations of the benefits of a mobile learning strategy. We talked about how it affects your immediate team, your external stakeholders and how it improves the long-term success of your mobile learning efforts. With those points in mind, you’re probably ready to get your efforts underway in creating a strategy.
By Cherrye Moore It is a common-known fact that teaching is a labor of love for most educators.
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Holly Ross is the executive director of NTEN : The Nonprofit Technology Network, where she helps her members put technology to use for social change. You can follow her on Twitter at @ntenhross and read the NTEN blog . Even before that first cup of coffee, an increasing number of us are reaching for our mobile phones in the morning.
It's a choice that no one should have to make: ditch school so that you can make a little money for your family, or go to school in the hopes that one day you will be able to climb out of poverty (but in the meantime, live without food). MPowering wants to eliminate those choices and make education more immediately gratifying, with a little help from mobile technology. The organization, founded by veterans of Salesforce.com and Apple, is partnering with nonprofits in the developing world to provide food, medicine, and more to people in places like Orissa, India (the poorest state in the country, but one that has high cell phone penetration) who perform positive actions like going to school or taking advantage of prenatal care. Here's how it works: mPowering finds places where people are living on less than $2 per day, partners with local nonprofits, and develops mobile apps that help residents move out of poverty.