Monthly Archives: June 2012

48 iPad Apps That Teachers Love – Online Colleges

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications For the connected classroom, these apps stand out as either great supplements to various lessons or essential, time-saving strategies.   Thanks to Elena Verlee of Onlinecolleges.net for sharing this with me. Great … Continue reading

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Integrated Learnings: eLearning: Is Your eLearning Effective for Dummies?

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications See on blog.integratedlearningservices.com

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Educational Mobile Learning: A Technology Evaluation Grid …

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications As you begin to plan for using mobile learning, use this grid to help you determine where you want to be. See on eduwithtechn.wordpress.com

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Jimmy’s House: Why are so many teachers resistant to eLearning?

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Why are so many teachers resistant to eLearning? I came across a great article in Slate, today – Why Johnny Can’t Add Without a Calculator by Konstantin Kakaes. The argument, in … Continue reading

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What do learners using m-learning want–what they really, really want?

Today, RJ Jacquez posted the following question on his Facebook account: “If you asked ‘Learners’ on mobile what they wanted in #mLearning would they know? I’m not convinced they would.” My first thought was that Spice Girls song–”So tell me … Continue reading

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Whitepaper: The Future of Mobile Learning: Empowering Human Memory and Literacy

Yes, it’s official. I’ve written a whitepaper. Actually, I wrote it a while ago, but just haven’t gotten around to reformatting it. This is actually a paper that I wrote for one of my classes recently just before I graduated, … Continue reading

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I’ve hit the “Big Time” in Tech Comm!: I’m an Adobe Webinar Presenter now

It’s been rather exciting in the last week or so for me. Much like being in Times Square where there are so many lights and sights and sounds that one can’t possible keep up with it all in one outing. … Continue reading

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“I wouldn’t change a thing…” STC President’s thought-provoking quote

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications A couple of months back, STC’s new President, Alan Houser was on a closing panel of an event, and his answer to a frequent question has haunted me for weeks. The … Continue reading

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TechComm Event of the Year! Please attend my first Webinar presentation!

OK, I don’t know that it’s THE techcomm event of the year, but it is to me! Please come attend my first webinar presentation, “Transition from Content Consumer to Content Creator: Dual Viewpoints,” graciously hosted by Adobe Systems. It’s tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Blast from the Past – Volume 2: International English?…Not here…

For today’s “Blast from the Past” from my graduate school blog, I point out something that should be fairly known– there is no such thing as International English. There just isn’t. Roger E. Axtell wrote a marvelous book titled, Do’s … Continue reading

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