| || |
|Page 1 of 1 || Previous | Next |
| | IGNATIA WEBS
JANUARY 18, 2012 4 calls for #papers on #mLearning and #eLearning
There will be opportunities for submitting and presenting papers, workshops, posters and demonstrations. At the Porto conference, virtual presentations, as a new form will be introduced. The conference allows openness in choosing the topics and in applying interactive formats and ways of presentations. To learn more about the scope of the event and consult the themes, please visit the respective conference pages. Happy New Year to all of you! All of which I will share as work progresses. But to start the year: the new call for papers! Review paper is warmly welcome.
| | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
APRIL 24, 2010 Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com
List some of the innovative ways in which cellphones are being used worldwide in the following categories: communication, banking and community building. Students work in groups to create surveys about a current events topic and invite their classmates to respond via cellphone text-messaging. The policy helps everyone stay “present. — Sharon Jones Phinney 3.
JULY 23, 2010 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Mobile Learning;Lessons learnt from the eLearning Africa 2010 - telecentre.org
APRIL 24, 2010 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com
MARCH 28, 2010 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Relevant Science: "Mobile Learning: Trends and Challenges"
DECEMBER 27, 2009 | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
Mobile learning & iTunes U | e-Taalim
| || || |
| | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
JULY 23, 2010 Mobile Learning;Lessons learnt from the eLearning Africa 2010 - telecentre.org
John Traxler ,Learning Lab ,UK gave the first presentation entitled Learning with ‘Appropriate ‘Technology : PC Labs or Mobile Phones. In his presentation, the speaker stated that It is important and urgent to debate and discuss the issue of ‘development’ in relation to e-learning and the issue of ‘appropriate’ technology in relation to e-learning, and especially to debate and discuss these issues in relation to each other. The third speaker was Petrus Venter ,University of South Africa with a presentation entitled Online forums and mobile phones …. Join the Discussion!
| || | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
DECEMBER 27, 2009 Mobile learning & iTunes U | e-Taalim
Français e-Taalim Institutions Higher Education Professional Devolopment Resources Solutions Initiatives Research Events Mobile learning & iTunes U Sat, Dec 26, 2009 Featured articles , Resources , Solutions Mobile learning is getting more and more interest these days, as mobile devices are becoming more sophisticated and the infrastructure ready to support multimedia content.
| | MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS
JUNE 16, 2009 Mobile Learning: Cellular Phones as Learning Tools « Compassion in Politics: Christian Social Entrepreneurship, Education Innovation, & Base of the Pyramid/BOP Solutions
Compassion in Politics: Christian Social Entrepreneurship, Education Innovation, & Base of the Pyramid/BOP Solutions Front Page Mission | About Web 2.0 The world of mLearning and mEducation is certainly growing. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated) Handheld Learning 2007, Day 2, Hands-On Mobile! Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Subscribe Subscribe to my RSS Feed.
| || || || |
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009 Mobile Learning Part 6
I think this was due to the fact that these later sessions consisted almost entirely of small group discussion, whereas the first session was mostly one-to-many presentations (including one by yours truly). It seems that backchannel works better during lectures / presentations than during group discussions. If participants in a session are more likely to contribute to backchannel discussions during a presentation, what does that imply about their interest level in the presentation? And what effect does this kind of backchannel conversation have on presenters? MORE >>
MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 2010 Relevant Science: "Mobile Learning: Trends and Challenges"
Prior to this, I also held a variety of positions both domestically and internationally in the public sector, including Legislative Aide to Senator Howard Metzenbaum on education policy, Senior Policy Advisor on international affairs to Congressman Erick Fingerhut, and Political Risk consultant to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. My name is Mark Hess and I currently serve as the principal of Sarah Banks Middle School. Banks is a suburban Detroit, 6-8 school, with 900 students. Please start submitting them now. The chat itself will begin at 2 p.m. MORE >>
STEVE VOSLOO 2010: A year in review
| SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2010
On the topic of mlearning, I am a regular event
speaker and panelist. have presented
on m4Lit at TEDx Soweto ( watch video ) and Tech4Africa , eLearning Africa in Zambia, and twice at the World Bank
in Washington. This is my “brag pack for 2010. Read the one for 2009. What I did. As fellow for 21st century learning at the Shuttleworth Foundation I spent the year focusing on my m4Lit , or mobiles for literacy, project. It was launched in 2009 as a pilot initiative to explore whether teens in South Africa will read stories on their mobile phones. What worked. MORE >>
IGNATIA WEBS CCK08 Free and reliable open source software for YOU and all of us
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2008
Internet aMSN : aMSN is a free open source MSN Messenger clone, with features such as: Offline Messaging Voice Clips Display pictures Custom emoticons Multi-language support (around 40 languages currently supported) Webcam support Sign in to more than one account at once Full-speed File transfers Group support Normal, and animated emoticons with sounds Chat logs Timestamping Event
alarms Conferencing support Tabbed chat windows Azureus/Vuze : Peer-to-peer sharing content. Connecting to others, is enabled by open source software. Scribus : Open Source Desktop publishing. Really. MORE >>
Mobile Learning can personalize the content based on your interests, your LinkedIn profile, what you share on Twitter and LinkedIn, and what content people similar to you are sharing. More on Content Personalization
Sign-in using your social networks so we can begin to personalize your experience.
We need your email and password to allow you to log into your personalization features.
Enter your email address to reset your password. A temporary password will be e-mailed to you so that you may log in.