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Google Survey Has Lots of Interesting Data on Mobile Use

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Today, Google released the findings of a smart phone study done at the end of 2010. There are lots of other interesting statistics in this post, and a slick video that illustrates much of the data. Google: 50 Percent of those exposed to mobile ads took action | search engines land | Greg Sterling | 26 April 2011. Dining (51%). Entertainment (49%). Shopping (47%). Travel (31%).

Here’s Why I am Excited about Google Glass [Video]

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Secondly, today’s smart watches aren’t a viable replacement for our smartphones, most of the videos I have seen of smart watches show they merely serve to display the same notifications we get on our smartphones. This is also why I’m not surprised that in 2012,  Time called Google Glass “Best Invention of the Year.”. source: bluebugle. Send to Kindle.

Why Windows 8 and Touch-enabled Laptops Bode well for the Future of Mobile Learning – [Video]

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Google’s Chromebook Pixel is a fully touch-enabled laptop. Google understand the importance of touch and recently introduced the next generation of their Chromebook, which is fully touch enabled: Google’s Chromebook Pixel is a fully touch-enabled laptop. Check out the video for more on this. Touch-enabled laptops and desktops are game-changers. Conclusion.

Boom Town: Another win for HTML5. A good thing for mLearning [video]

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Apple and Google want to keep you within their own environments. Check out this amazing video: via Finally, a Cross-Platform HTML5 Game. I’m not a coder, nor am I much of a gamer but I would imagine that with all the interactivity that games include, it must be fairly complicated to develop one. Perhaps HTML5 technologies weren’t ready for primetime. Thoughts?

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New to Mobile Learning Development: 3 Big Problems and 7 Solutions

With competition from Google, Blackberry (RIM), Microsoft, and HP heating up. As of the writing of this article, the main players in the mobile device space are: •Apple with iOS •Google with Android OS •RIM with Blackberry OS •Microsoft with Windows Phone OS •Symbian which has plans to use the Windows Phone OS So how do you create content that works on all of these devices? began.

Two new ubiquitous technologies for Education

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Google Glass – this falls into the current trend of ‘wearable’ technology – where a supplementary device like a watch or glasses communicate with your smartphone by bluetooth. The best overview I have found so far is this video from early explorer David Kelly of the eLearning Guild.

Google App Inventor – Can It Boost mLearning?

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Last week Google launched App Inventor a visual development tool to build Android applications. The video below shows how easy it is to built an Android app using this tool –. Tags: Mobile Learning Android App Inventor Google mLearning This tool will allow anyone to create an Android app without writing even a single line of code. doubt.

Tech Innovation Now Led by Hot New Bands

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It works best using Google’s Chrome browser, but its connection to mobile is that it demonstrates some of the new possibilities of HTML5, a standard that will be supported by all new mobile devices, including Apple. If you don’t have an iPhone, you can see the effects of the new 3D app in this video demo. Here are two examples, both involving mobile.

6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Makes sense as the Future of e-Learning and m-Learning Design

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According to Google, 90% of users use multiple screens sequentially to accomplish a task over time. When I first tried it, I realized this is the version of Captivate that I have been waiting for a long time. I’m working on a video that I will post to introduce learning professionals to what it means to create responsive learning. How many devices do you own? The Web. No

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15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads

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Looking to develop interactive training and support videos, flawless screen capturing for tutorials, etc.? You can create interactive videos with clickable links, table of contents, search, embed quizzes and it supports both Flash and HTML5. And you can also add animation to callouts, images, videos, and more. Google Swiffy. So here’s a few – 15 actually! Claro.

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10 Things Adobe gets Right about Mobile Learning with Captivate 8 [Review]

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If you are new to Responsive Design, it isn’t necessarily a single technology that you can point to, but rather a set of principles aided by a number of HTML5 technologies such as CSS media queries , fluid grids and flexible images and videos. will record a how-to video later and post here on my blog. 6. eLearning. — RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) January 9, 2015. Responsive Projects.

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Back from a year-long Sabbatical from Tech: 9 Things I’m excited about

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Here’s a short video:  [link]. They also have a mobile App called Fuse, that can allow you to record video on the go and then import it into Camtasia to supplement your projects. If you haven’t seen it, take a few minutes to watch this video: Kudos to Microsoft and the Skype team! Storyline 2.0 Kudos to Articulate! Kudos to TechSmith! Kudos to Adobe!

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10 Things I Love about Screenr.com

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love this feature too because it allows eLearning professionals, Technical Communicators and anyone else to embed their videos in their projects. Videos work on iPad and iPhone. No worries, your Screenr.com videos will display just fine on the iPad and on the iPhone. have gotten so much more watching short videos than by reading the manuals that came with all my power tools.

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6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy

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You may have noticed already – mobile platforms (or operating systems) are jostling for larger share of the pie with Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android together ruling the market as of now. Several of them actually just embed non-interactive videos in HTML code. Apart from ‘static’ content like documents, videos, audio files etc., Establish the Need. Ask yourself -.

10 Things the Motorola Xoom does Better than the iPad

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The idea that apps like the USA Today can show me a headlines preview for each section without launching the full app is just very appealing to me. I can also tap the bar at the top of the widget to go from one section to the next and only if I’m interested in a story, I tap it and then the app launches taking me directly to that story. I now also have widgets for trending Apps in the Android Market, for all three of my emails accounts, for Google Books, YouTube videos, Facebook updates, Twitter mentions and Browser bookmarks. codenamed Honeycomb. Widgets. Notifications.

Mobile Devices: Breaking Through the Walled Garden

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The podcast makes the point that Adobe Flash, once a standard for viewing animation and video, is becoming obsolete mainly because Apple decided not to support Flash on its mobile devices. Imagine one day Google decides to block access to Wikipedia on Android devices? Imagine one day Apple decides to block all Google products (i.e. Google Docs, Google Reader, etc.)? Let me provide a little context. When it comes to mobile devices, there are currently a handful of manufacturers that produce devices that mainly run one of two mobile operating systems.

My First 72 hours with the Blackberry Playbook

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Overall the smaller form factor is easier to carry around the house and watching video on the smaller screen is a great experience. enjoy listening to music and watching videos on YouTube. This is why I was very pleasantly surprised when I tapped the Help app and found loads of video tutorials for many of the applications included. Unboxing the Playbook and Setup. update.

Free Mobile Learning Course – MobiMOOC2012

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Here’s a great video by Dave Cormier explaining the MOOC concept. You can register for the course by becoming a member of the Google group here. The second edition of MobiMOOC starts next month. Inge De Waard ( @ignatia ), the organizer of MobiMOOC started this fantastic event last year which was quite successful. quick overview of MobiMOOC 2012. Learn More. TOPIC. FACILITATOR. TOPIC.

mLearning-World.com: The iPod in Education - video overview

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Friday, December 14, 2007 The iPod in Education - video overview //This new mLearn Vidcast looks at how the iPod can be used for educational purposes - over 7 different examples are detailed and demo’d, with practical uses of things such as quizzes, podcasts, audiobooks and more covered.

A new home for Instructional Video | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact A new home for Instructional Video 21 08 2006 YouTube and Google Video are all very well, but there’s an awful amount of lip-synching teenagers and viral advertisements to wade through to find videos that are licensed for and suitable for use as mobile learning video content. While still in Beta, a new site being set up with a focus on instructional video content, called VideoJug. Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

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Google Books provides downloadable mobile content | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Google Books provides downloadable mobile content 1 09 2006 Stephen Downes’ blog reports the launch of Google Books , a new beta service from Google, which provides a search engine to thousands of electronic public domain books, including many rare books – many digitised by Google themselves. Report: Sydney AUC iPhone SDK Workshop Video Recording and Streaming on ALL iPhones Google Goggles will rock m-learning.

Mobile Devices: Breaking Through the Walled Garden

The Mobile Learner

The podcast makes the point that Adobe Flash, once a standard for viewing animation and video, is becoming obsolete mainly because Apple decided not to support Flash on its mobile devices. Imagine one day Google decides to block access to Wikipedia on Android devices? Imagine one day Apple decides to block all Google products (i.e. Google Docs, Google Reader, etc.)? Let me provide a little context. When it comes to mobile devices, there are currently a handful of manufacturers that produce devices that mainly run one of two mobile operating systems.

Three Ways to Use Mobile Devices in Workplace Learning

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Mobiles are excellent devices to help retrieve information like ‘how to’ manuals or videos, or simply search for answers on Google or the company’s intranet which in itself is fast turning into a social environment. Mobile learning is certainly a hot discussion topic with elearning and training solutions providers in Australia – like anywhere else in the world.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

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It was no surprise to many of us that Facebook was the most heavily trafficked web site in 2010 and displaced Google for the first time in many years. Google surprised everyone by buying Motorola Mobility for $12.5B in 2011 and plans to jump square into the hardware game to better control the Android experience. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions? Prediction #2. Bullseye!

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The New Moto X gives us a Glimpse into the future of Mobile and Predictive Computing

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This is why I’m excited about Google Now and why I’m concerned about Apple’s future, in part because they don’t have a Google Now-like strategy. Neither does Apple seem to have an answer to the upcoming Google Glass. will share more of my thoughts on Google Now in a future post, but for now I believe this is the future, predictive computing if you will.

Video for Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Video for Mobile Learning 17 08 2006 Small portable videos can be an ideal medium for some learning areas.  For example, one of my friends – a professional dance teacher – maintains videos of over 600 dance moves on his video iPod, which allows him to quickly search for and review more moves than anyone can remember on the go.  And using a mobile recording device, video can be relatively easily captured. Ubiquette.

5 Reasons why you should join the Articulate Community if you are in eLearning

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Social Media tools like Blogs, Forums, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and others are the great equalizers, which level the playing field between companies of any size. Let me know what you think and incidentally, tomorrow I’m interviewing Tom Kuhlmann about many of these things and will post the video interview early next week. Let’s share great content on Google+ at   [link]. Here’s a recommendation, even if you don’t use Articulate eLearning apps, u should join their community. happen to thing this is a critical one. ElearningGoodn… #articulate.

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mLearning-World.com: The Learning Circuits Blog: Federation of American Scientists Bland Report on Harnessing the power of video games for learning

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► 07/04 - 07/11 (3) eLearning Kindle eBook From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: Speak U. From mLearnopedia: April - June Hot List: Mobile L. ► 06/27 - 07/04 (2) Mobile Learning: A 4th Reading List Ignatia Webs: What to take into account when chosi. ► 06/20 - 06/27 (1) mLearnCon 2010: Dr. Mimi Ito – What the User Wants. ► 11/16 - 11/23 (1) Forget the laptop?

Wearable Tech – The New Frontier for Learning

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There are a number of accessories available already: Google glass : Glass is a very compelling learning platform. There are even some simple things you can do right now to create Google glass content with the Mirror Api , which allows you to create content in HTML, video, rich media and text, so it’s not a big leap for many of those with some basic technical skills.

Mobile Video Extravaganza | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Mobile Video Extravaganza 14 06 2006 Mobile Tools Extravaganza The latest edition of Australian PC User Magazine (July 2006 – pictured) includes a plethora of useful software and articles for mobile learning practitioners interested in using video as a mobile resource. There’s an article on page 82 about how to shoot video to optimise it for mobile devices. video sites). Ubiquette. learning device for $60.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

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devices – each with tens of thousands of available apps – will help fuel continued adoption of Apple and Google-designed tablets in the learning space. 5. It was no surprise to many of us that Facebook was the most heavily trafficked web site in 2010 and displaced Google for the first time in many years. Some form of consolidation will come to the mobile device/handset sector as a few of the key but descending players –namely Nokia, Microsoft, HP and RIM – aligning themselves together to try and overcome the momentum of the two ascending players – namely Apple and Google.

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Remove unwanted areas from an image for $10 with Snapheal a la Photoshop Content-aware Fill

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My job was to leverage this feature as one of the selling points for both the eLearning Suite and the Technical Communication Suite, so I put together two videos, one for using it with FrameMaker and one for using it with Captivate. Let’s share great content on Google+ at   [link]. Back then I couldn’t get enough of trying out this feature on different images. Send to Kindle.

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Video on Mobile Learning « Kerning2.0

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Video on Mobile Learning Kern successfully organizes the Training 2.0 » Video on Mobile Learning Posted by Vaishnavi on February 10, 2009 This video on M-Learning is a little longish but I think it’s a great video to introduce the idea of Mobile Learning. Kerning2.0 Exploring Web2.0 tools for effective and cost efficient learning solutions. Home About Recent Posts Blending web2.0 tools with e-learning Resources for Educators wanting to use Second Life Twitter- A time saving tool! workshop Top Posts Blending web2.0 workshop Twitter- A time saving tool!

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

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As predicted, the number and variety of tablets introduced throughout 2012 was smaller than seen in 2011 and serious market leadership was relegated to a select number of tier one vendors including Apple, Samsung, Google/Motorola and Amazon fighting to stay a few steps ahead of tier two competitors like RIM, Microsoft, Lenovo, Barnes & Noble. Here’s the analysis of how it all played out.

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Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning » Blog Archive » Google Goggles – an important tool for mobile work based learning?

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Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning Pontydysgu.org Home Blogs Wales Wide Web Working & Learning My Learning Journey Anges Blog Jos Blog WordPress and more Google Goggles – an important tool for mobile work based learning? Is Google running short of imagination. But Google Goggles – who thought that up? Tags: Google Goggles Its a terrible name.

Computers aren’t so special anymore, but the kids may be better off: An introduction to mobile ‘appliance computing’ in Queensland schools

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Google research from September 2011 showed not only that Australia is number two in the world for smartphone ownership (behind only Singapore), but that Australians also download more apps than users in the US and UK ([link]. One example that can be googled forms part of the Drillham State School ?Responsible How do we know this? Figures from analyst house Telsyte show that 1.4 phone?

New mobile platform arrives: Android

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By Jonathan Nalder of www.mLearnxyz.net As most geeks would know, the Google-developed mobile OS known as Android had its public unveiling last week. While only available on one handset in the US at the moment, its open-source nature and backing from Google mean that it is destined to become a major new mobile platform alongside the existing Palm OS, Windows Mobile, RIM Blackberry, and iPhone OSX. This means that files, music, video etc are all either accessed online, downloaded directly from the net, or streamed to the handset. What does this mean for education? learing+2.0

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MobiMOOC – Join The Corporate m-Learning Week (24th – 28th Sep 2012)

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you’d need to sign up for the Google Group). If you’ve been planning to jump in but wondering how here’s a video that will help. Some of you may be aware of the ongoing MobiMOOC where I’ll be facilitating the corporate m-learning strand during next week. You can find the plan for that week here. companion discussion forum has also been setup here.

Mobile Devices and 21st Century Skills: Part 1 – Communication

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Where ideas were once shared via direct oral communication or through the written word, audiences can now share ideas by listening to audiobooks, watch them portrayed in online video or look at them expressed in imagery. One can use online tools such as Google Forms to poll one’s audience or use Twitter to engage in conversation with them. They need to augment their ideas.

mLearning-World.com: Forget the laptop? Use your iPod/iTouch/iPhone to view slideshows on TVs.

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Models that can display to a television currently include: Fifth Generation iPod (iPod with video) iPod with color display (also known as iPod photo) iPod Touch iPhone If youre not sure what iPod model you have, see " Identifying different iPod models." To access slideshow settings, select Photos > Slideshow Settings. Method 2 (S-video) Using S-video when the iPod is in the Universal Dock.