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Monthly Archives: March 2012
I’m not sure if I’ve shared this before through my Twitter feed (most likely re-tweeting it), or if I’ve just seen it before, but I think it’s worth posting again. Part of the mobile learning revolution needs to center around … Continue reading
Sometimes I get thoughts about m-learning in unusual ways. Today was one of those days that I had a spark of inspiration. It came by means of this little factoid I learned today: “Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.” Good … Continue reading
One of the things that is highly debatable in the tech comm world, as well as the e-learning and m-learning world, has to do with software. It’s always the eternal question. WHAT’S THE BEST SOFTWARE TO USE? I’m here to … Continue reading
[Updated 3/15/12 to include link to the webinar video.–TCGM] Alas, poor Yorrick, I thought I knew m-learning well… I attended a great webinar today hosted by Float Learning in which the subject of the webinar was, “Rapid Development Tools for … Continue reading
KHAAAAAAANNNN!!!! ←No, not that one. I first heard about the Khan Academy from my husband. My son, who is a high-functioning autistic, had fallen behind in his math skills because of problems with his classroom teacher (that’s a long story, I … Continue reading
I’ve often wondered what it truly takes to be able to call oneself an instructional designer or an e-learning specialist. I suppose there could be lots of criteria for it. Some people have been traditional teachers, and from there moved into … Continue reading