4 Ways Smartphones are helping People Learn a new Language

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According to Phys.org, Apple’s iPhone line leads this trend, even the budget-friendly iPhone 5C. A good example is the iTok , an iPhone case that speech therapists use to introduce letter and sounds to children with verbal communication disorders.

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

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and the new Android Support and Sliders – I’m now working on a review of Storyline 2.0 The idea that you can use Camtasia on a Mac to record your iPhone and then add mobile gestures to the recording is very exciting to me and should be to you, too.

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

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I have two iPads, two iPhones, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10″, a Nexus 7, a Moto X, an old Motorola Xoom, three Kindles, a touch-enabled Windows 8 laptop, two Apple MacBook Pro laptops, an iMac and a Windows 8 PC. Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, etc.

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

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Articulate for example has gone the native app route for deploying learning projects to tablets and HTML5 for smartphones like the iPhone and the Moto X. 2014 " The mLearning Revolution Blog ".

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8 Things we MUST do in 2013 to seize the potential of mLearning

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In 2012 Apple announced the iPhone 5, two new iPads and the new iPad mini; Google unveiled their first tablet, the nexus 7 and later the 10″ version; Amazon gave us three Kindle Fire HD tablets. iPhone) and Android (e.g. 2012 has been an amazing year for mobile!

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Cisco Blog » Blog Archive » Educause 2010 Proves Learning is (Going) Mobile

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They clearly have done a great job integrating into Facebook, and the look and feel is very different from my iPhone Facebook app. Sungard: Similar to Blackboard, they also have a platform for creating mobile apps for the usual suspects (Apple and Android I saw). billion by 2014.”