Teaching with mobile devices: FAQs [part 1]

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in class, you’re swimming against the tide. Here’s a 10 step implementation plan suggested by my colleague Gavin Dudeney and I in our forthcoming book, Going Mobile: [download a sample from the book ]. There is a good reason for my 3 month blogging hiatus.

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Mobile Learning #5: A Case Study

e-Moderation Station

But the kids keep finding ways to sneak them into class. Education Week recently ran a webinar on the topic of mobile learning in high schools in which Spurke outlined experiences of trying to fight the technology that students were already bringing to class.

5 eLearning video resources to watch this summer

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But for those of you still tethered to this world via an ethernet cable or wifi, here are some videos about online learning and teaching to while away those long hot afternoons: 1 Learning to Teach Online. Gerald describes a blended learning model implemented in Mozambique.

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My KM World Notes: Enterprise Search Technologies

Portals and KM

It is how you implement the search engine. It is Java based with an Apache license, prolific documentation, many implementations, and you have total control over search and relevance. However, there is some implementation work required and it is hard to find answers.   The wifi started working so Miles showed us Web sites with good search capabilities. A key to having good search is to monitor it over time after the initial implementation.

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CleverWorkarounds » The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix!

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In my first post in this series, I introduced you “Jane” and a true story about her missteps when implementing popular social networking technologies within her organisation. master class. master class. Skip to content. Skip to menu. Welcome. About. Freebies. Register Log in.

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I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate - Untitled Article

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

We were each positioned behind a laptop with wifi access, browser open and she suggested we open a shared "gably", which allows you to create a shared chat interface, on the fly, based on simply filling in a similar domain name. Each member could contribute to building a shared thematic Google search and it can be implemented on more than one website, thereby truly sharing the ownership of the tool.

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