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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Something I’ve been hearing about lately is something called, “Project Tin Can,” and it’s been a topic that seems to come back again and again in reference to m-learning. “Oh, I think great strides are being made with ‘Tin Can’,” … Continue reading
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications The key to learning to code is learning to think like a computer–which is a hard thing to do. See on http://www.fastcodesign.com
President Obama issues a directive Urging Focus on the growing Mobile Revolution | The m-Learning Revolution Blog
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Historically, the government has always fallen behind the private sector in embracing technology. This may be about to change with mobile. This morning I came across this article on The … … Continue reading
This is another installment of my “Blast from the Past” entries originally posted in my academic blog. This one comes to us from May 8th, 2010– almost exactly two years ago! It’s interesting to read that some of these issues … Continue reading
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications We are pleased to announce that our friend and colleague RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) will be guest hosting our weekly #TalkTech chat this Thursday, May 17th at 3 pm EST. See on http://www.bottomlineperformance.com
See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications One of Italy’s top ranking universities is switching to teaching in English for most of its degree courses. You might be questioning why I think this is an important article. … Continue reading