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14 noviembre, 2011

thomcochrane – home MLearning in tertiary education

Via thomcochrane.wikispaces.com

10 formas de usar Twitter en el aula | tecnoTIC.com (repositorio)


Twitter en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje……
Via www.tecnotic.com

More states look to online learning for students « Online Learning Update

Via people.uis.edu

Uso de las infografías en educación | aKoranga – educación, tecnología y desarrollo

Via www.akoranga.org

Patrick Dunn – Occasional rants – A few thoughts on e-learning and creativity

Via patrickdunn.squarespace.com

Occupy Education Educación y trabajo


Yesterday I attended a beta workshop conducted by Jerry Michalski on the wecono.me (We+Economy), an application of the principles of the Relationship Economy. What is the Relationship Economy?
Via www.internettime.com

Moodbile 0.2 beta released: supports HTML5 mobile browsers, Android app in the works | Moodle News


Great news on the Mobile Moodle front, Moodbile, an alternative app for Moodle has released its 0.2 beta version which includes Moodbile Server for Moodle 2.0, and a new Moodbile Client for HTML5 Mobile Browsers. Also announced is a Android app pending release, possibly this week. Try out the app and the services at http://www.moodbile.org/. Check out some of the great screenshots at http://flic.kr/s/aHsjwFNzDP
Via www.moodlenews.com

Too much e-school is iBad


«Sure, I realise it’s hard to do web design without a computer, and that you can access an info-universe in just an hour but, with a laptop, it’s almost impossible to determine where real homework stops, and the mucking about begins. (And, if it’s hard enough for us parents, how can a teacher realistically keep track of what 25 students are doing?)»
Via www.smh.com.au

10 Epic iPad Apps — InformationWeek


Apple’s iPad completely changed the way people think about tablets and mobile computing. These 10 must-have iPad apps will help you understand why.
Via informationweek.com

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