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AUGUST 25, 2009 You can lead them to social media, but can you make them drink?
Our office has been receiving numerous requests to help incorporate social media tools into a variety of communication and education projects. Our clients want help creating blogs, wikis, collaborative workspaces, and social networks. We’ve responded with cautious optimism. We’re always happy when our clients want to try out something new with technology. Are they toes-. Or something in-. between?
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MARCH 4, 2011 YouTube versus Vimeo — What’s the Difference?
Vimeo. Vimeo is optimized for HD video (default playback setting) and gives the user numerous ways to share and distribute video. However, Vimeo, like YouTube, works best when your video is exported and optimized for the compression settings Vimeo prefers. This can be either an advantage or disadvantage depending on your audience. Vimeo compression website: [link]. 1) Export Type. Format: MP4.
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OCTOBER 11, 2010 Place-based Learning and Mobile Devices – Part I
Treasure maps, letterboxing, scavenger hunts and geocaching all leverage environmental markers to guide a participant from one location to another. Just as geocaching enhanced earlier forms of interpretive tours or location-based hunts to a wider audience, smart phones are pushing the potential of place-based learning into uncharted territory. UF Pest Identification. UC Davis Soil Survey.
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JUNE 9, 2009 E-learning in the Mobile World and the Right Business Model to Deliver It
I think it is safe to say that for most of us the personal computer is the first place we go when we are looking for web-based information; however, new web-ready mobile devices are emerging with increased speed and are blurring the line of what traditionally constitutes a viable endpoint for digital content. Have you seen the new Verizon netbook ? Is it a laptop, a souped-up PDA?
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APRIL 9, 2010 The future is mobile, but will it be participatory or proprietary?
What could be a more perfect recipe for learning opportunities than the introduction of each new increasingly sophisticated mobile device and the growing numbers of smart phone users worldwide? learning developers are clearly eager to apply their ideas and skills in the mobile kitchen and cook up some new mobile innovations. Zittrain starts his story in 1890, when the U.S.
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ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS Your Social Media Horoscope
| FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2010
Tidbits of wisdom for social media as dictated by the stars, planetary alignment, moon phases, and other Earth-bound sources*. Taurus: April 20-May 20. Not a good day to be boring. Express yourself today about what you know, and do it with passion. Don’t think of the facts, but instead think “story”. It’s the most powerful media. And follow your bliss today. It’s infectious. Gemini: May 21-June 21. Try not to “push” your content today: celestial bodies indicate that we are in a “pull” market. Cancer: June 22-July 22. Passing along other’s wisdom is something that is best used in moderation. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS E-teaching personality is good for e-learning
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2010
Humor. Style. Attitude. Style. Attitude. Attitude. Personality. Expressiveness. Cleverness. Charisma. Expressiveness. Cleverness. Charisma. Cleverness. Charisma. Charisma. Are these characteristics in “e-teaching” friend or foe to e-learning? theme in both educational theory and communication theory calls for educators and communicators to know their learners/audiences and target their learning styles. This post is a reminder that teaching style is just as important as learning styles. And e-teaching style is just as important as e-learning styles. This does not need to be an either/or world. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS Nonlinear Presentations: Alternatives to “Death By Powerpoint”?
| TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2010
A recent reference in the New York Times indicates the U.S. Army is close to declaring war on PowerPoint. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who heads U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, told the Times, “It’s dangerous because it can create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control. Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.” For many, PowerPoint has become “a way of knowing.” But is knowledge always best represented by a linear sequence of bullets? Are there alternatives? The concept of a nonlinear presentation tool has been has been around for a while. Prezi map. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS iPhone…The Ultimate Learning Device (My 10 Top Learning Apps)
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2009
I’ve been waiting patiently, but couldn’t take it any longer as I’ve watched more and more friends whip out their iPhone 3G to get a GPS fix on our location or perform some other mundane task sliced, diced and served on the micro-mobile-super computer that is the iPhone 3G. know, I’m late to the party, but from the perspective of a technophile, I have to admit I’ve felt very much like Batman’s understudy in these situations. Ultimately, I just couldn’t wait for Veri zon and Apple to make nice. Chris’ Top 10 Eductional Apps for the iPhone. Touch Physics by Games 4 Touch. Kindle for the iPhone. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS Is Blogging Really Worth My Time? Throwing Down The Gauntlet (Part 1)
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2011
I’ve had several recent discussions with colleagues about whether one’s blogging actually influences others in meaningful ways. And we’re not just talking about page views, comments, and pingbacks. Over the last several years of blogging, I’ve searched for articles or studies that examine blogging from a more rigorous social science perspective and have found very little. group of us presented on the topic a year ago at a conference and shared some lessons learned. but in terms of a more traditional longitudinal study that captures a group’s changed behavior over time, very little. MORE >>
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