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For those in higher education looking for examples of a campus that is providing mobile access, you might want to check out a very nice solution at Australia's Curtin University of Technology CurtinMobile. Tags: campus university Curtin

Chad Udell Profiled in Columbia University’s New Learning Times

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Columbia University project recognizes Chad's contributions to the professional training arena. Press Columbia University EdLab New Learning Times

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Float’s UX Director to Deliver Presentation on Social, Local and Mobile Learning at Loyola Marymount University

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Pedagogy and Learning Press Releases Tappestry informal learning Loyola Marymount University mobile learning social learning solomoJim Ferolo will discuss the concept of SoLoMo - social, local, mobile - during a speech at LMU.

University of Adelaide’s Faculty of Science going Mobile

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From next year, the University of Adelaide’s Faculty of Science will be moving towards mobile delivery, with all first-year students provided with iPads , and textbooks replaced by digital materials.

A Visit to Abilene Christian University

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Today I was excited to visit the folks at Abilene Christian University ( ACU ) in Abilene, TX, to talk about mobile learning.

First iPad University Course

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Post from: The eLearning Coach First iPad University Course. These students will be getting an iPad loaded with course content. Read the interview.

Just in Time Learning – The Universal Translator Arrives

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From WikiPedia’s entry on “Universal Translator&# : A universal translator is a device common to many science fiction works, especially on television. First described in Murray Leinster‘s 1945 novella “First Contact“,[1] the translator’s purpose is to [.]. Implementations

University Business Magazines Ranks Mobile Commons as a Top Product

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University Business Magazine has named Mobile Commons as one of their Readers’ Choice Top Products in 2013 , alongside the iPad. The list covers useful products and tools for universities to use in the classroom and beyond. Considering that 97% of phone users between the ages of 18—29 use SMS to communicate , it comes as no surprise that our platform is so useful to colleges and universities across the country.

University Herald Suggests 3 Ways for College Administrators To Interact With Students Over Text

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University Herald offers institutions “ three great ways you can use text messaging to get and keep your students’ attention, while making it easier for them to interact with you.”

Adam S. Brooks: Mobile Learning :: Abilene Christian University (ACU) is the first university in nation to provide an iPhone or iPod Touch mobile device to all incoming freshmen

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Brooks: Mobile Learning :: Abilene Christian University (ACU) is the first university in nation to provide an iPhone or iPod Touch mobile device to all incoming freshmen An Apple iPhone or iPod touch will become a central part of Abilene Christian University's innovative learning experience this fall when all freshmen are provided one of these converged media devices, said Phil Schubert, ACU executive vice president. Adam S.

University of Maryland Helps Food Stamp Participants Make Healthy Choices

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That’s why the University of Maryland launched its Food Supplement Nutrition Education program – or FSNE. By providing healthy eating tips targeted to lower-income individuals, the University of Maryland is ensuring that anybody can live a healthy lifestyle, no matter their means. For those reliant on food stamps, healthy eating decisions are often sacrificed in favor of cost cutting. When getting enough food on your table is a daily challenge, quantity can trump quality.

Panlibus » Blog Archive » Oxford University 2.0

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Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org License « Mobile learning: The bigger picture University of the West of Scotland talks with Talis » Oxford University 2.0 Even august institutions such as University of Oxford now produce podcasts.”

Ashley Smith's EDM310 Blog: iTunes University

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skip to main | skip to sidebar Ashley Smiths EDM310 Blog Thursday, March 5, 2009 iTunes University I found a lot of useful information on [link] First of all, it stated that learning no longer happens only at a desk.

Austrian University studies Augmented Reality on mobile devices

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This Monday I attended an extremely interesting presentation by Daniel Wagner of the Graz University of Technology. If you have the time and haven’t visited it yet, I really recommend to check out the demo page of the Graz University of Technology. Link demo page of Graz University of Technology: [link]. Daniel holds a Master in computer science and has been working on mobile augmented reality projects.

Learning About Mobile Learning

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Last Friday, June 10, Float hosted its first-ever one-day symposium on mobile learning at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Conferences Pedagogy and Learning Bradley University symposiumPresenters from a variety of backgrounds spoke to nearly 100 participants [.].

Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show is BACK!! Conversation with Nabeel Ahmad from Columbia University: Mobile Learning Course

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The show has returned for the Fall! Jeff and I have a great line up of guests this Fall. Please check them out at: [link

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Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show is BACK!! Conversation with Nabeel Ahmad from Columbia University: Mobile Learning Course

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The show has returned for the Fall! Jeff and I have a great line up of guests this Fall. Please check them out at: [link

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Open University Joins the Mobile Fray | Moodle Monthly

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Opinion Resources Mr Moodle Videos Interesting Sites Moodle.org Moodle.com Moodle Tutorials Moodle Commons Insider Log in Archives Open University Joins the Mobile Fray If youre new here, you may want to subscribe to the RSS feed or to the Moodle News Twitter account.

New York Presbyterian, Columbia University and Harlem Health Send Targeted Health Reminders over Text

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That’s why New York Presbyterian, Columbia University, and the Harlem Health Promotion Center have created Project STAY (Services to Assist Youth), a program that sends targeted text message alerts to remind young people with HIV to take their medication. “We We work with adolescents and young adults, so it’s just a given that we should give them information in the way that they want it,” says Dr. Christel Hyden of Columbia University, who runs the program.

July 2011 Float Learning Newsletter

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Conferences Featured Float Symposium mLearnCon Newsletter Bradley University Clark Quinn Gary Woodill Lectora mLearnCon 2011 Neil Lasher symposium Tanya Seidel TrivantisFloat's been on the road, read more on our travels and view some interviews from industry thought leaders.

Blackboard Mobile Learn 2.0 makes improvements

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Blackboard is the leading learning management system (LMS) in the college and university market, with installations in over 500 institutions. Universities WebCT

CommLab University Blog » Blog Archive » Is m-learning a better platform for effective learning?

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CommLab University Blog « How effective is eLearning in imparting Product Training? Tony Post Comment CommLab Global Online University Blog The CommLab Global Online University blog is all about the latest, most useful and most talked about topics under Self Assessment, Career Growth and Success Tips. Launching of CommLab University Do we need to learn ‘Business Writing’? Is m-learning a better platform for effective learning?

Connected Admin » Mobile Technology at the University of Washington – It is about the community

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The University serves over 65,000 students, faculty, and staff. The University noticed that around 90% of the 15,000 handheld devices connecting to its network were running the iPhone OS. This led the University to develop it's own app for the iPhone.

Steve Wozniak Streams Live Tonight

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Catch Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, tonight from Abilene Christian University’s Connected Summit. via MEDIA ADVISORY: Watch Live Streams of Steve Wozniak and Karen Cator from the Abilene Christian University Connected Summit 2011 on February 28th – American Banking News.

ACU brings iPad, Mobile Learning to West TX science teachers - Abilene Christian University

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ACU News Championship Central Recent News ACU Videos News Archive ACU brings iPad, Mobile Learning to West Texas middle and high school teachers Abilene Christian University is bringing cutting-edge Mobile Learning technology to middle and high schools across West Texas.

Are students ready for QR Codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath [mobile-learning.blog-city.com]

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Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath « H E » email posted Wednesday, 18 February 2009 Student awareness and interactions with QR Codes.

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Province, industry, and university partner for mobile learning research | Tony Bates

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iCORE is providing $760,000 over five years, Athabasca University is contributing $1.6 ’ Written by tony2 · Filed Under Events , Technology , geolocation , mobile learning Tagged: 2009 , Alberta , Athabasca University , iCORE , k , Kinshuk , Malkin , mobile learning , Xerox Canada Comments Got something to say?

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Australian uni goes mobile!

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An article in the respected Australian newspaper has showcased the new mobile student support website recently implemented by Curtin University of Technology. The mobile device industry is the fastest-growing sector in the IT and web markets, and making good use of mobile platforms will soon be as important for universities asmaking good use of the internet. Tags: General cellphone curtin education information learning m-learning mlearning Mobile services university

EDUCAUSE Report on Undergraduate Student use of Technology

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Digital eBook Library- How Can Institutions & Publishers Benefit

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Colleges and universities have huge libraries stacked with books. Also, the cost of university library storage, per book, is also rising. Brick and mortar libraries are still standing strong and are maintained by educational institutions.

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The Mobile Learner » Two Steps Foward, One Step Back…

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Kitaboo College – Enabling Higher Education with Technology

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The requirements of a higher education institution such as a college or a university are quite different from that of a K-12 institution. Therefore, the education provided in colleges and universities must be at par with the requirements of the job market.

8 Reasons to Create Interactive Textbooks for Engaging K-12 Students

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Well, it’s 2019, and most of the schools and universities have already accepted digital textbooks as the future of education. Today, schools and universities focus more on immersive learning for knowledge retention than just completing their syllabus.

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Free Mobile Learning Book

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The Open University of China has recently released an mLearning book called Global Mobile Learning Implementations and Trends. It has been edited by Dr. Mohamed Ally (Athabasca University) and Dr. Avgoustos Tsinakos (Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology in Greece). The book is available for free online here. Dr. Ally had previously published a […]. Mobile Learning mLearning

Rapid Doubling of Knowledge Drives Change in How We Learn

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Its purpose was to efficiently deliver a standardized curriculum to as many young people as possible, and in the 19th century, universal compulsory education at the elementary grades was available in most … The post Rapid Doubling of Knowledge Drives Change in How We Learn appeared first on Float. Classrooms were developed in Prussia in the 1770s as a new technology for dissemination of information that the state wanted students to know.

10 Must-Have Features of an Online Education Platform

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And therefore, these platforms are in high demand in schools and universities across the globe. An online education platform is meant for delivery of educational content to students. The platform, unlike a textbook is an interactive medium where students can engage with the content.

4 Ways Technology Improves Teaching for the Next Generation

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Whether it is in K-12 or university, educators who embrace digital learning activities can make their lessons more interactive, enjoyable, and straightforward for their students. The effects of technology have been felt across the board. In education , students have benefited from using computers, smart devices, and tablets.

Google Pixel Buds: The Gateway to Language Barriers

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Han Solo could communicate with Chewbacca and Jabba the Hutt in the Star Wars universe. For every sci-fi loving person out there, we all remember how protagonists could speak to aliens with such ease. Aragorn could speak with the Elves in Middle Earth.

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Come See Float at the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase

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We will be spending Tuesday, August 13 at Northern Illinois University with ATDChi and STC Chicago for the 12th annual showcase. Float will be heading to the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase in a few short weeks. With 22 breakout sessions presented by 30 speakers, we are excited to be attending! Our very own Chad … The post Come See Float at the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase appeared first on Float.

Research around using and selecting apps for literacy learning

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Much of this research is the basis for the engagement strand of the Triple E Framework that our preservice teachers use at the University of Michigan to design lesson plans with apps and websites.

Difference between WCAG, Section 508 and ADA – Tools of Web Accessibility 

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Although the outlook of these guidelines is nearly identical to the standards set forth in Section 508, WCAG represents a universal approach towards inclusiveness and a higher degree of access. The web is for everyone.

4 Ways Smartphones are helping People Learn a new Language

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A 2012 survey done by the University of Colorado, revealed that 14% of instructors and 60% of foreign students use mobile phones for language-learning purposes. As of the moment, Milao is conducting a beta test at the University of Waterloo. Image courtesy of: Michael Cahill.