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Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research

eFront

With almost 30 percent of the human population, or 2 billion people, using the internet; and 94 percent of US students equating research with using Google or other search engines, it comes as no surprise that 75 percent of students use Wikipedia and online encyclopedias for research. 1997: Google released. 2008: Google Chrome browser launched. eLearning Learning Tools Google

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Copy and Paste Google Analytics Profiles

eContent

Ever wish you could create identical Google Analytics profiles, apply a new filter against the new profile and thereby track portions of your web site as if those sections were totally idependent? You can now accomplish that very same task natively within Google Analytics!  I'm thrilled to see Google incorporate this feature into the new version of Google Analytics.

Is This the End for Firefox?

Learn and Lead

We have been inundated with posts on the new Google browser Chrome. Google’s new browser Chrome is said to give Microsoft Internet Explorer a run for its money. Even though Firefox is known as a better product, IE is still the most used. These are primarily the Firefox users. But the biggest loser in this browser war is going to be Firefox. Tags: Tools Internet Explorer Chrome Browsers Firefox Here’s another one adding to the flood of posts on the subject :-). IE at this time has 72% browser market share. So who will start using Chorme? Sad really.

From Firefox to Chrome

eContent

I've been a Firefox user for some time, but I finally moved to Google Chrome. While I know there are kinds of posts and in depth articles on the web about Chrome, I moved because Firefox could not handle my old Microsoft technology sites. I had heard that Chrome was the fastest browser, but why move from an open source friend like Firefox? No go. Chrome is fast.

Quality Assurance: Fine-Tuning Your eLearning to Be Its Best Part 2

Association eLearning

Test the most common browsers – There are four common browsers: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, mostly for Windows users, and Safari for Apple/Mac users. Chapter 2: Intermediate Quality Assurance Testing. In our first chapter, we discussed some of the basics of quality assurance (QA). Now, we will discuss some of the more involved tasks that are associated with making sure the project you and your team have spent months developing has as few flaws as possible. Intermediate Testing. That way, you’ll know which browser to focus on first. But don’t stop there!

Update: Internet browsers …

Learning Journeys

Google Chrome. The new Google Chrome browser is still in its infancy. Google keeps a news feed to announce release notes for each update. Google Chrome updates itself when public updates are released. I was thoroughly enjoying the speed of Google Chrome when I authored the first post on this topic. Firefox. It appears that Firefox generates a lot of enthusiasm, primarily due to its wide range of add-ons. See Matthew Bibby's 12 Firefox Add-Ons. To my surprise, I was taken to the Firefox plugins directory. Flock.

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Infographic: How Google has changed what it means to do research

eFront

With almost 30 percent of the human population, or 2 billion people, using the internet; and 94 percent of US students equating research with using Google or other search engines, it comes as no surprise that 75 percent of students use Wikipedia and online encyclopedias for research. 1997: Google released. 2008: Google Chrome browser launched. eLearning Learning Tools Google

Expanding Google Analytics

eContent

If you use Google Analytics, you may occasionally wonder.  While it is possible to code your web site with multiple unique Google ID's, if you wanted to uniquely track eight different folders you would be required to create eight Google ID's, and install that custom code on your web site (i.e. Install Greasemonkey (a common Firefox add-in which enables scripts).

Internet Time Blog » Google releases open source browser

Jay Cross

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Spice Up Your Boring LMS with Google Lively?

ZaidLearn

Link to Google Lively Google Lively Trailer (YouTube) Lively - Google's Contribution to the 3D Social Web? Virtual Worlds GOOGLE LIVELY? free browser-based 3D virtual environment that enables easy integration to social networking tools such as MySpace, Facebook, OpenSocial, and Google gadgets like Picasa and Youtube. ZaidLearn's del.icio.us THINGS I LIKE. Enough!

Spice Up Your Boring LMS with Google Lively?

ZaidLearn

Link to Google Lively Google Lively Trailer (YouTube) Lively - Google's Contribution to the 3D Social Web? Virtual Worlds GOOGLE LIVELY? free browser-based 3D virtual environment that enables easy integration to social networking tools such as MySpace, Facebook, OpenSocial, and Google gadgets like Picasa and Youtube. ZaidLearn's del.icio.us THINGS I LIKE. Enough!

Google Chrome OS

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

The central idea  here is to use a lightweight Linux based kernel and the Google Chrome browser (that is built over the WebKit engine) to offer “speed, simplicity and security&# to the end user. Google Gears will be an important component for offline applications. Boasting impressive capabilities and blurring the lines between online and desktop apps, some features of HTML 5 have already made its way into Firefox, Chrome and IE8. It’s nice to hear of a new operating system coming up. Of course, all applications on this OS will then be Web applications.

Adobe Captivate 5: Display Resolution and Snap to. Watch 'em Both

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

  Consider the following Web browser statistics (compiled by w3schools.com): Mozilla FireFox is the most popular web browser at 43.5%. followed closely by Google Chrome at 25%. by Kevin Siegel. received an email from a fellow Captivate developer who was distressed. He had captured several software simulations using Captivate's Application option.   Snap to.

Mobile Learning and Interactivity

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

Firefox doesn’t support H.264 format, while Safari will only support that, and Google introduced the new WebM standard but supports both WebM and H.264 formats. Does mobile learning need interactivity? Even more so, says Janhavi Padture, one of the invited speakers at Washington Interactive Technologies Conference, hosted by SALT (Society of Applied Learning Technologies). talked to her to get her take on the subject. Mobile content is short-duration, small-screen. Why bother making it interactive? So the need for delivering engaging content is even greater. JP: Indeed.

Basic tools for e-learning students

eFront

We suggest that they use one of the so-called “evergreen” browsers (like Chrome and Firefox), the industry name for the browsers that are constantly auto-updated to the newer version as opposed to those whose releases are tied to OS update cycles (like IE and Safari). Skype or Google Hangouts). Word Processor / Text editor. modern browser. Browser Plugins. webcam. Headset.

Google releases open source browser

Jay Cross

The online learner’s favorite tool of all time, Firefox, will never look the same. Google just brought out an open source browser. Google Chrome leverages Google’s knowledge of page popularity, mal sights, pfishers, and so on, but the new browser sounds like it breaks new ground in flexibility, speed, and robustness. Google enlisted the wonderful Scott McCloud to pen a elaborate cartoon that digs into the details. Hear that? It’s the web world being turned upside down. Actually, it will be out in twelve minutes. See ya

Blackboard Mobile Learn App – examples?

Dont Waste Your Time

Blackboard Mobile Learn – Google Play and iTunes  downloads. Blackboard launches custom toolbar for IE and Firefox users. Here’s the question … has anyone designed a Blackboard course purely from the perspective of working from the Mobile Learn App? Here’s why i’m asking: I suspect that no one has built one yet. BlackBoard 9: links and resources.

#iel12 Social Media Analytics - Pt 2

In the Middle of the Curve

Social Media Metrics (at this point Firefox crashed. Klout - Peer Influence (can't find the link right now) - Twitalyzer - Google Analytics (most popular tool for measuring websites and traffic sources) Pick one tool and STICK WITH IT. This does NOT have to be money related + product feedback + get ideas (so at this point there was a demo of Google Analytics against Save the Children) Ground level - page use, visits, tweets, likes. -- iPads are a game changer - Before and after iPad - changes behavior of people. Is a blog social media? Website - do we care? manifest.)

Metaweb, the web of entities bringing us closer to Web3.0

Ignatia Webs

While the concept of Web3.0 is gaining voices, the actor Metaweb , one of the pioneers in the field of organizing the Web in a more semantic sort of way has just joined Google. Although I signed up as a member, the registering process had a glitch in Firefox at first, I could access it through Internet Explorer. semantic google Anyway it is an interesting idea.

Ring in the New: Flash E-learning to HTML5

CommLab India

Ever since Google announced it would make HTML5 the default experience in Chrome , and start blocking Flash by the end of this year, many organizations have been wondering why. Be it Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari, or Mozilla’s Firefox, learners can access courses immediately. Disadvantages of Adobe Flash. Let’s see what they are. windows phone?

1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

Office suites.  3- Google Docs/Drive   87- OpenOffice. Wiki.  30- Wikispaces  32- Google Sites  88- PB Works. 3. Public social networks.  1- Twitter  9- Facebook  17- Google+  23- LinkedIn. Collaboration platforms.  45- SharePoint  55- Google Apps.  7. BROWSERS, READERS & DASHBOARDS.   Web browsers.  35- Google Chrome   65- Firefox and addons.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook and more with WideLens" (Alex Barnett)

Mark Oehlert

Clarke | Main | 100,000 iPhone SDK Downloads in First Four Days » March 19, 2008 "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook and more with WideLens" (Alex Barnett) Man, I really WANT this. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Two Huge Losses: Gary Gygax and Arthur C. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us del.icio.us books futures Web 2.0

Online multimedia content in e-learning: Flash vs. HTML5

Matrix

Lastly, as of June 30 this year, Google AdWords will no longer support Flash in their ads. It has plenty of limitations, like the need for external JavaScript of CSS files for animations and video, or the fact that it doesn't run well on all browsers: Firefox, Safari and IE lower than 10 have poor or no support for it. The traditional way of training is based on the didactic method of a teacher/professor/instructor pushing new information/knowledge onto learners/trainees' brains. Now let's go back a little to the embed part. It's like a virtual war between apples and oranges.

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ZaidLearn: A Free Learning Tool for Every Learning Problem?

ZaidLearn

Firefox e-Mail system? Google Language Tools RSS reader? Google Reader Online Calendar? Google Calendar Tool to aggregate all my resources, mail, RSS feeds, etc, in one place? Google Docs or Zoho Tool that accurately converts my PowerPoint to Flash (including animations)? Google Notebook Blogging tool? Google SketchUp Alternative to 3D Studio Max?

Principles and Tools from “Modern Accessibility Techniques,” Hiram Kuykendall’s AAUG Presentation

The Learning Dispatch

The Google Accessibility Toolbar — Adds an accessibility audit and sidebar pane to the Elements tab of your Chrome Developer Tools. Juicy Studio Accessibility Tool Bar for Firefox — Gives developers tools to review the accessible content on their sites. Why build accessible websites and apps? Litigation. Most of these suits never made it to trial. Universal benefits. Many Are.

Social Media Libraries for Flash

Upside Learning

Recently Google has added support for authentication from Flash , so writing the data would also be possible in the near future. HTML 5 and eLearning Development eLearning Development: Useful Firefox add-ons. Various elearning development companies are integrating the popular social media services like Twitter, YouTube etc. right into their courses and LMS. This is just one example.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Google and MSFT to Clash Over Copyrights

Mark Oehlert

» March 08, 2007 Google and MSFT to Clash Over Copyrights I know that this may not be dead-on the edupatents topic - i.e. it doesnt talk about how evil bb is - but, anytime that Google and Microsoft go at each other, our communities will be affected. March 08, 2007 in Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks , EduPatents | Permalink Technorati Tags : copyright , edupatents TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Google and MSFT to Clash Over Copyrights : Comments The comments to this entry are closed. del.icio.us

ZaidLearn: 8 Free Screencasting Tools For Tony!

ZaidLearn

Capture Fox - Firefox Add-on You can capture your screen and record your voice to make screencasts (tutorials, e-lessons, etc.). If you use Firefox, there is a great little FF addon called Capture Fox that does screencasts. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8090. Well, if you dont use Firefox it is nine. But, since I use Firefox, I consider it 10 :) Cheers!

Authoring Tools and Compatibility

Learning Developments

and higher, Firefox 1.0 and higher, and Google Chrome." So by using Lectora, you remove some of the browser compatibility worries from the development process. rapid development tool is a great way to quickly breath life into your storyboard. System Compatibility Built In. You have to test it in a variety of browser configurations to make sure it works properly. and higher, Safari 1.2

Creating True HDR Photos on your Android Tablet | Nexus 10

eContent

Early this year I purchased a Google Nexus 10, and ever since I've been trying to find a way to create true HDR photos on my tablet. However, the combination of Firefox, Flash, and Android's open operating system came to the rescue. search via Google discovered a free online HDR service, Fotor. This Install the Firefox Android browser. It's free.

Captivate 6 vs. Articulate Storyline

In the Middle of the Curve

created the same quick tutorial (how to use Google Help) with both products. Firefox plugin crashes when posted and tested on PC Audio slightly better than Articulate Storyline. I am a Captivate shop. Have been since Macromedia existed (Captivate 2?) I've used Captivate through UI changes, a couple squirelly updates and the long wait for right-click functionality. So I go at this tool evaluation more than a little biased. Because dangit - change is hard and scary. Especially changing long-standing habits. But I have more folks I need to support now. Exact same steps. Captivate 5.5

Are You Appy?

Nick Leffler

Beside the big players of Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android There are also a number of small guys out there such as Windows, Blackberry, and Firefox. There are many questions that come up when deciding on what type of mobile solution is needed for an organization. I’m not going to cover them all or else I’d be writing a novel. The question I want to cover is whether to app or not. What I mean by this is the two major options for covering people who use a mobile device, either through a mobile app or through a mobile website. Maze of OS. Simple Yet Effective.

Web Analytics Over Reporting!

eContent

As crazy as that may seem, I just received an answer back from Google tech support on an anomaly I had noticed on both historical WebTrends, and current Google Analytics data. My other action was to contact Google and provide them the data from both systems, and explain the scenario. Earlier today I received a nice answer back from Google. what great usage stats! Eh gad.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

also like to make occasional visits to  Google Labs and  Adobe Labs to "keep up" with the tech tools they are working on and to test drive any beta versions available. When Cloud Blogging Social Media Twitter Google e-Learning Cloud ComputingApril's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter.

Offline Publishing and Viewing Options with Articulate Storyline®

SweetRush

In my experience, the courses will behave adequately as long as you stay away from Microsoft Internet Explorer ®, and use latest versions of Google Chrome ™ , Mozilla Firefox ® , or Safari ® instead. One of the most popular questions coming from our clients in relation to Storyline-authored content is about offline viewing options. The reasons for such requirements vary. References.

Product Review: Saba Social

eLearning 24-7

Testing worked well on all well known browsers: Latest version of Chrome, Firefox 5, IE 9 and latest version of Safari (did not test with Opera, Avant or a few others). No Skype nor Google+ icons and thus direct connections to, under your profile (although I understand with Google+ because it is so new). No Google voice nor any news aggregators such as Google Reader, etc.

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HTML 5 and eLearning Development

Upside Learning

Those of you have heard of HTML 5 will know it’s a new version of HTML and XHTML being promoted by Google and Apple in a bid to move the web away from proprietary technologies like Flash, Silverlight and JavaFX. The Mozilla Foundation has already implemented the open source Ogg Theora and Ogg Vorbis codecs for video in the beta of Firefox 3.5 Or does it? So what’s the big deal ?

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