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Flash to HTML5 – Swiffy From Google

Upside Learning

This has come just in time for mLearning implementers; there is a new tool out in Google Labs called Swiffy that let’s one convert flash animation (swf files) to a device independent HTML5. Simply put, this will allow existing libraries of flash animation content to be ported to devices that run iOS – iPhones, iPads, and iPods. This also helps us poor elearning developers circumvent the continuous war between Adobe and Apple over flash technology, and allow delivery across devices/platforms. Incidentally, Adobe had worked on just such a tool called Wallaby.

Google Wave - Learning Environments - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. My iPod Learning Mix , October 15, 2009. Google Wave (6). great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. Google Wave Invitations Available , October 13, 2009. Opus Meets Google Wave , October 15, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning. October 9, 2009 to October 16, 2009. Upcoming Free Online Events. New Possibilities with Mobile Learning 2.0. Wednesday, October 21, 2009. Mobile Learning Gains Momentum. Wednesday, October 21, 2009. Saturday, October 24, 2009. Just say no.

eLearning, mLearning, Tech Terms, Google, & iPods

Big Dog, Little Dog

Googling and intelligence - Nicholas Carr. iPods for Learning. US Corporate eLearning Market Reached $5.2 Billion in 2007 - Ambient Insight. The US corporate market for Self-paced eLearning reached $5.2 billion in 2007. Although overall growth is slowing due to the recession, the recession is also acting as a growth catalyst for certain types of products and services. respectively.

MobiLogic: Wanna Read Faster? Try These Apps

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

In addition to being accessible on iPhones, iPads, and iPods, it can also be accessed from a desktop computer. FastReader is available in the Google Play store. by AJ Walther. Have you downloaded iOS7 ? Do you find reading text-heavy articles on your phone or iDevice to be labor intensive, boring, and/or time consuming? Then you may want to try the new iOS7 app, Velocity. The makers of Velocity claim their app can increase your reading speed from 200 words per minute to 1000 by using the Rapid Serial Visual Presentation technique. Web-Based Apps. But that's not all.

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Is your company ready for the iGeneration?

Matrix

If Millennials find it hard to remember a time before Google, the iGeneration not only have a hard time imagining a Google-less world, but they find it hard to remember a world without Apple. They grew up and are growing up surrounded by iPods, iPhones, iPads, and all the iProducts the tech giant heavily markets all over the world. preschooler. Why, you may wonder? But first….

My daughter, poster child for 21st Century learning

Allison Rossett

When my dad fell ill this past fall and I knew I had to be with him, I brought along some clothes, my laptop, cell phone, and my iPod Touch 4. visited my dad every day in the hospital, bringing along my laptop and iPod. If I don’t understand something all I have to do is hop on Google to find the answers. Tweet. And just how does my prodigy achieve this array of abilities?

2016 Top 10 LMSs

eLearning 24-7

Integration with Google Apps, Office 365 and SIS? ” Somebody had to be the first to use “Droid” The first to buy an iPod. The first to use Google. Thank you all for the delay.  It’s been a long few weeks, putting together the 2016 Top 50 LMS Report. Before, I jump into the Top 10 for 2016, some interesting bits of info. a. This year’s report comes in at slightly over 500 pages – all of which is in an easy to read format, getting right to the point. b. Sorry, no autographs. . f.  The price is $599.  An super duper deal.  10, 10.10). Check!

Making Sense of Research

Clark Quinn

There can be more, with apps that can ask about your eating, weight, or other health measurements.  As I pointed out, aggregating data from sensors could do things like identify traffic jams (Google Maps already does this), or collect data like restaurant ratings. A couple of weeks ago, I was riffing on sensors: how mobile devices are getting equipped with all sorts of new sensors and the potential for more and what they might bring.  As part of that discussion was a brief mention of sensor nets, how aggregating all this data could be of interest too. And the watch will have more.

My daughter, poster child for 21st Century learning

Allison Rossett

When my dad fell ill this past fall and I knew I had to be with him, I brought along some clothes, my laptop, cell phone, and my iPod Touch 4. visited my dad every day in the hospital, bringing along my laptop and iPod. Unfortunately a computer can’t legibly take large pictures of all fifteen note cards together, so I took my iPod touch 4 and used its camera to take pictures, front and back, of each note card. If I don’t understand something all I have to do is hop on Google to find the answers. And just how does my prodigy achieve this array of abilities?

Noughties. but nice

Learning with e's

iPods and Podcasts: The Touch, the Nano, the Shuffle, the Classic, you name it, versions of the iPod popped up and grabbed our attention in the noughties. First appearing in 2001, the iPod series is now the most successful digital audio player in history with over 220 million worldwide sales at the time of writing. perhaps we could do without ringtones. Clever.

PowerPoint: Is SlideShark Dead in the Water? (Hint: Only Minnow-mally)

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

First you upload presentations online at  www.slideshark.com and then you can use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch to share your presentations on the go. It will also work on the iPod touch. Expansion of video file format compatibility would certainly be a plus for me. I'm also excited for the release of the Android app for Google Play which, rumor has it, is on the horizon (no exact release date).  by AJ George  I've previously written about  presentation apps for iDevices. What is SlideShark? Click here. So what's new? With version 2.1

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. Apple/iPhone/iPod Application Becomes the Platform Arrghh!!! e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Two Huge Losses: Gary Gygax and Arthur C. del.icio.us

11 Free Game Creation Software Programs (At least for 30 Days)

Kapp Notes

Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, with financial support from the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Intel Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Iomega and MIT Media Lab research consortia. It runs on Windows, and it allows creating software for Windows, PSP, iPhone, and iPod touch. Game Maker can be used free of charge.

18 Top Learning, Technology & Media Links: Weekly Digest –12

Upside Learning

First Impressions Using Android Honeycomb, Google’s iPad Rival. Google has finally launched Android Honeycomb, the new version of the mobile OS that is focused on tablets. Classroom iPod touches & iPads: Dos and Don’ts. Bringing iPods and iPads into the classroom is a great way to give students access to learning tools. Read the results here. 2.

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

Our eLearners are suffering from information glut. What does this mean for our eLearning designs?

Coffee and Design

Thousands a week still register for MOOCs even after they are completed… I discussed how I read an article recently from Wired that discussed how “The Internet has muddled the line between past and present” (see Netflix and Google Books Are Blurring the Line Between Past and Present ). The iPod happened. In a previous posting, Does it matter if you are late to class in a MOOC?

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.

Browser Detection with Lectora

Trivantis

From obsolete Microsoft IE8 at work to modern Google Chrome at home to mobile Safari on their phones, each browser interprets the HTML content of your course in a slightly different way. If you have spent any time building e-Learning courses, you should be aware that learners use a variety of browsers. Provide different instructions to users with different browsers. Detects the browser. 2.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

Google Reader Its how I stay informed on the latest blog posts and news. The desktop version synchs to the web which synchs to my iPod Touch. I can take and access my notes anywhere. Google Calendar This is the first year I havent had a paper-based engagement calendar, which is weird. But Gcal helps me keep myself organized, and now that Ive discovered CalenGoo for the iPod Im all synched up. My iPod Touch I know that this is a piece of hardware, but it makes learning and recording information on the fly a breeze, at least when theres wireless around. Really.

Why Should Mobile Learning Be on Your Mind?

Janet Clarey

I read the article Here’s Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years “  and, coupled with some research on mobile video I’m doing, paused because I suddenly felt like I was missing something. And to put that in some context, it took us 24 years to sell that many Macs and 5 years for that many iPods and over 3 years for that many iPhones.” It was one of those “wait – what?” ” moments that I sometimes get as an analyst because you know, I have to know this stuff. Plenty of folks have opinions about it.

A Glimpse of Your Future Workforce – Now in Middle School

Janet Clarey

He decided he wanted to record the game play so he Googled it (“How to…”) and ended up finding something called  Dazzle (about $50 US), a video capture device. Anyway, he’s quite eloquent and now owns his own company. While he’s clearly much further ahead than the majority of 6th graders I know, his actions offer a glimpse of our future workforce. ” Amen.

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Buzz words for 2007

Learning with e's

iPod) e-Thugs: Online cyber bullies Lifecasting: Webcasting all your life's activities 24/7 iSlavery: Apple's attempts to lock iPhone users into one network provider Macolyte: Someone who worships at the altar of all things Apple Network promiscuity: Tendency by social networkers to spread their membership across FaceBook, MySpace, Bebo, etc. Tags: MySpace Apple Mac Nintendo Wii iPOD FaceBook 2007 Edubloggers Bebo Many of them are technology words already familar to Edubloggers and some are irritatingly unfamilar. shall we? Any of the above resonate with you?

Vale Jobs

Clark Quinn

Enough has been said about the fact that it wasn't just the surface design, but his insistence on a comprehensive user experience.  It has also already been covered that it was much more than that, it was the insight into the market, e.g. not just the iPod, but iTunes. You didn’t hear much about it, like you might with Google, but it seemed like a pretty cool place to hang out. Since then I've only used Macs as my main machine (tho' there has been the odd PC around the house). And let's not dismiss the software. Industry-changing stuff, and absolutely true.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins

Mark Oehlert

» June 03, 2007 Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins Sam Adkins at Ambient Insight passed along a link to a post on the Social Strategist that I just reading through now but which does a compare and contrast between some of the emerging tools for creating mash-ups. Apple/iPhone/iPod Application Becomes the Platform Arrghh!!! e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer. Main | When did McDs stop giving a crap? del.icio.us

M-Learning Message Home

eLearning 24-7

Some vendors still only enable this capability via a smartphone, but more are incorporating tablets.  A couple of vendors even support mobile gaming devices and yep, even the iPod. Our app is in the iTunes/Google Play store. The end user downloads the app/actually gets it from the iTunes/Google Play store and now can use it, to do messaging. In 1982 or thereabouts a wonderful movie debuted. It was about this funny looking ET thing that ate Reese’s Pieces and hung out with some kids that were annoying and went on to have less than stellar movie careers. Yippee! 2014).

Technology and Education – A Healthy Mishmash that Parents should Value

Visual Lounge

The iPod swinging, smartphone carrying, and tablet toting youngsters are literally growing in Cyberspace, which the elders, particularly the parents, have never had the chance to even know about. For staying abreast with his activities, you can follow him on Twitter @jimmy_sorensen or choose to hangout with him on Google+ under the same name. What Parents Might Fear? About the author.

100 eLearning Articles and White Papers

Tony Karrer

10 Ways to Make Your iPod a Better Learning Gadget | Open Culture 71. Google Scholar - a new way of navigating through scholarly materials 82. My collection of eLearning Articles, White Papers, Blog Posts, etc. just reached 100. Thought I'd share. No particular order to these. 1. Creating Passionate Users: Crash course in learning theory 2. Keeping Up with the Pace of Change Informal learning will help employees survive in the future workplace 3. Understanding E-Learning 2.0 eLearn magazine: Feature Article Ten Web 2.0 Web 2.0: A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning?

How we spend our time in the UK

Clive on Learning

See my posts: A challenge to the multitask assumption The case against multitasking is building More multitasking madness My guess is that what is really happening is that people are switching their attention between a background medium – TV, radio, music on their iPod – and something more vital and urgent like texting, reading new emails, using Twitter, playing a game or social networking. The BBC news website describes a new Ofcom report which surveyed 1138 adults in the UK to determine how they spend their time, in particular the media they consume. The findings are startling. people.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Did You Know: knol = a unit of knowledge?

Mark Oehlert

Tell them that Google has now defined a knol as a "unit of knowledge." Actually it sounds like Google is starting up some author-focused/centric competitor to Wikipedia. Google willprovide easy-to-use tools for writing, editing, and so on, and it willprovide free hosting of the content. Apple/iPhone/iPod Application Becomes the Platform Arrghh!!! del.icio.us

Mobile Learning in India

Upside Learning

Having a browser on the phone opens up all the learning resources available on the web, including Google, LMS applications, typical eLearning courseware and other tools/applications. In the future, we will see mobile phones, computers and various other computing/media devices (iPods, Digital Cameras, PDAs, etc.) we use converge into a single personal mobile computing device.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): OpenSocial, UWA and Facebook: What do the tabs tell us?

Mark Oehlert

So I am culling back through my open tabs and I am hitting the ones that talk about Google releasing its OpenSocial APIs , and then I hit the Facebook Platform tab I had open, and then I am reading netvibes news about how it will be linking all existing social APIs as plugins for its Universal Widget API. Apple/iPhone/iPod Application Becomes the Platform Arrghh!!! So what right?

My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

Google Reader It's how I stay informed on the latest blog posts and news. The desktop version synchs to the web which synchs to my iPod Touch. I can take and access my notes anywhere. Google Calendar This is the first year I haven't had a paper-based engagement calendar, which is weird. But Gcal helps me keep myself organized, and now that I've discovered CalenGoo for the iPod I'm all synched up. My iPod Touch I know that this is a piece of hardware, but it makes learning and recording information on the fly a breeze, at least when there's wireless around.

Different ways of looking at it

Jay Cross

Google Reader is the best I’ve found but even that becomes monotonous. For most people, listening to an iPod is secondary to the hike. Don’t tell anybody, because some people see me as a champion of this stuff, but the standard formats for reading RSS feeds bore me silly. Bloglines drove me nuts: you couldn’t even change the garish colors. So I rotate feed readers. One of my favorites, especially if I’m in a hurry is a cloud view of learning sites. Other times I look at a river of the same feeds. And sometimes I prefer the pageflake view.

Dissecting Saba's New "Anywhere" Product for Mobile Learning

mLearning Trends

I happened upon a tweet last week while trolling my Twitter in-box that heralded a product announcement from Saba for their new " Saba Anywhere " offering designed to make training delivery to mobile workers easy, practical and secure. If you're thinking this announcement and product branding meant the same thing to you as it did to me, a little further investigation would prove you wrong too!