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

Kapp Notes

It runs on Windows, and it allows creating software for Windows, PSP, iPhone, and iPod touch.

Rapid Authoring Tools For Creating mLearning

Upside Learning

Supported mobile platforms are all the Java supported phones, Windows Mobile, PocketPC, Palm and virtually all those that have XHTML web browser – including iPhone and iPod Touch.

Trending Sources

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

How our January 2010 Predictions Played Out! As we reach the first anniversary of this blog’s introduction, we thought we’d take stock and figure out how things are going by revisiting our list of predictions for enterprise mobile learning in 2010. A.K.A.

Rapid Content Authoring Tools 2010 – Innovators, Winners and Updated Trends

eLearning 24-7

In 2010, the RCAT market continued its upswing and nothing indicates to me it will be changing anytime soon. 2010 E-Learning 24/7 Awards (No official icon logo handed out to winners, rather just a “WHOO-HOO&# – uh, you can make that sound to yourself.thank you). iPod, mobile phones, YouTube, message boards, e-mail. Market Trends Update 2010. Support for Office 2010.

SCATE 10

PowerPoint 2008 for the Mac: Give a Presentation From Your iPod

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

that just so happens to be conveniently located on your iPod/iPod touch/iPhone. Note: In addition to an an iPod/iPod Touch/iPhone, you will also need  iPhoto version 6 or later to complete this activity. Open iTunes and connect your iPod to your computer.

Welcome Camtasia Relay 2!

Visual Lounge

Once recorded, the files are automatically sent to the server and made available for viewing online, on an iPod or just about anywhere. We're celebrating today at TechSmith and we hope you'll join in too! We're happy to introduce Camtasia Relay 2! If you're new to Camtasia Relay , it gives you enterprise-wide screen recording and enables multiple people to record meetings, training, lectures and more with just three clicks.

Five Mobile Learning Implementation Tips

Upside Learning

However, it’s important to mention that some mobile devices like the iPod can be used offline; they can be connected to a computer and files copied onto them, avoiding download and bandwidth costs.

What’s the right technology for schools?

Clark Quinn

iPod Touch) is good enough for the issues at hand. At the end of a conversation the other day, the topic turned to technologies in schools. I was asked what I thought about the iPad in schools, and as I thought it through, I saw both pluses and minuses. Let me, of course, make this generic to tablets and PDAs. And not smartphones, as there are problems with phones in schools that I don’t want to get into. Having a wifi PDA (e.g.

Just an excuse to use my iPod touch.

ID Reflections

My first attempt at writing a post using my iPod. While not as optimal as the bigger laptop screen, there's a lot that can be said in favor of the mobility. I can see the advantages of this when 1. Waiting at an airport, 2. Caught in traffic (a frequent phenomenon), 3. When doing a quick, short update

Molotov cocktail = Weak ties x complicated knowledge

ID Reflections

The Molotov cocktail exploded for Sony and their Connect, leaving Apple with their iPod the sole market winner. Preamble Some time back, I was asked to conduct knowledge transfer sessions for a new team member. Here is an outline (rather cryptic) of the situation.

iPod 11

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.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Games for the Six and Under Crowd (iPod Touch/iPhone)

Learning Visions

Friday, April 17, 2009 Games for the Six and Under Crowd (iPod Touch/iPhone) My kids have discovered my iPod Touch. My 10 month old thinks the smooth, shininess of the iPod is a perfect thing to chew on. Moodle in 2010 Kineo Insights Webinar: Challenges and Best Practi.

August 2010 Monthly Roundup: 10 Most Popular Posts

Upside Learning

Details about the various features of the Upside Blog App – a free application that runs on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, enabling users to stay in touch with Upside Learning Blog on the go.

Training Plan For iPhone Application Development

Upside Learning

A tour around the iPhone and the iPod Touch. Right now, everyone wants to develop applications for mobile devices and in particular for the iPhone, as it has changed the way we look at mobile devices. There is lots of material available about iPhone development on the web but very little about how to go about it. While working on IPhone development I have collected some links and we thought of creating a training plan for iPhone development for other Upsiders.

Writing & Grammar Workshop: Is It Website or Web Site?

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

  To the great joy of my colleague AJ at IconLogic, who tipped me off about this change, and to the relief of writers and editors everywhere who use the Associated Press Stylebook , the 2010 edition has declared website to be one word and lowercase, instead of the official spelling listed in Websters: Web site. And the AP--as editors affectionately call the style guide--has also released an AP Stylebook application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. by Jennie Ruby.

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.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 for the Macintosh: Skills & Drills Workbook

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

Slide Shows, Transitions and Builds Review a Slide Show Without Transitions | Give a Presentation From Your iPod | Use the PowerPoint Pen | Set Slide Transitions | Set Animation Effects and Builds | Change Build Order and Object Timing | Play a CD During a Presentation | Insert Music | Record Audio for a Presentation. We are pleased to announce that our newest book, Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 for the Macintosh: The Essentials is now available.

Technology: Is Your Cell Phone a Vampire?

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

The article goes on to cover iPod and laptop battery energy consumption, as well as if it is better to charge your devices in your car or in your house (spoiler: you're better off at home). by AJ George After running a couple week's worth of tips for prolonging your Droid's battery life , I was approached with additional battery related topics.

Apple iPad: Who Is It Really For?

Upside Learning

If you just have to listen to music the iPod Nano had great size advantages over the iPod Touch and that explains why iPad won’t impact mp3 players. There is a whole line-up of tablets coming your way in 2010.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

Upside Learning

From netbooks and web applications to iPods, iPads, and podcasting, Tony has put together practical information for educators. 2010 Horizon Report. 25+ mLearning Tools in 60 Minutes – DevLearn 2010.

It’s that time of year again: Bloomsburg’s Corporate Advisory Council Meeting

Kapp Notes

To add even more technology to the mix we are using iPod Touches to keep score of student presentations.

New spaces, new pedagogies

Learning with e's

In tandem with this, the proliferation of personal devices such as iPods and smart mobile phones is enabling students to move beyond the boundaries of the classroom into ‘any time, any place’ learning. Tags: MySpace YouTube iPods blogs augmented reality Flickr FaceBook Web 2.0

Web 1

Going geographical

Learning with e's

In tandem with this, the proliferation of personal devices such as iPods and smart mobile phones is enabling students to move beyond the boundaries of the classroom into ‘any time, any place’ learning. I remember a quote from Ed Horowitz that 'if you are not on the Internet, you are history'.

Web 1

HTML5 and Flash: Two Ways to Create Interactivity in Mobile Learning

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

The Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod are examples where your Flash elements simply won't work. Most e-learning developers assume the availability of the free Flash plug-in on the learner's browser. This works fine on desktops and laptops. When you get mobile, the world changes rapidly. Some mobile devices may support Flash, others don't. Apple proposes that you use HTML5 instead, to build rich interfaces. In another post on HTML5 , I talk about its impact on web interactivity.

Child friendly technologies

Learning with e's

Tags: txt iPod Touch Nintendo Wii pelc10 mobil phone child-friendly technology

Learning New Skills

Bottom-Line Performance

The games I’m playing (ok, so far it’s been Labyrinth on my new iPod Touch and wii Play– not exactly immersive yet) do a good job of finding that magic balance where I’m challenged but not overwhelmed. I want to learn to play video games, because I think it will boost my brain in ways that I am excited about – and I think it will make me a better learning designer. Video games change your brain in ways not directly addressed in the game.

Before we criticise the next new medium …

Clive on Learning

The stimulus was Obama's recent seemingly technophobic pronouncement that “With iPods and iPads and Xboxes and PlayStations—none of which I know how to work—information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment.” Don't Shoot the Messenger , in a recent issue of The Economist, emphasised just how much new media have been resisted over the ages.

So how are people really using the iPad?

Clive on Learning

When you consider the ubiquity of the iPod and the number of iPhone and MacBook users out there, this is providing Apple with a host of new potential customers for their other products. A recent posting on Mashable reports some interesting data from Resolve Market Research based on an online survey of potential purchasers and active users of iPads, smart phones, e-readers and portable video game devices in the USA.

Creating Successful m-Learning Strategy – Part 3

Upside Learning

It is a jQuery plugin for mobile web development on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices. iWebKit is a file package designed to help you create your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad compatible website or web apps.

Upside Blog iPhone App Is Here– Download Today.

Upside Learning

Developed by Upside Learning’s Innovation team, this App is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. We’re very excited to announce the availability of Upside Blog iPhone App.

Free Quiz and Test Maker Tools Plus My Top 3

eLearning 24-7

iQuiz Maker , All, unknown types of questions, create quizzes for the iPod, Min. While this market has always existed, it is clearly taking a whole new form in two areas: Strong emphasis to embed into a web site or blog. Capabilities to push quiz on Twitter and Facebook. Another trend, is a heavy push towards academia – although this has always been the case, it is very evident that the real real driver is now K-12.

The one-sided battle

Clive on Learning

To show just how one-sided these wars have become, most PC users are perfectly happy to buy iPods and the English are happy to holiday in Wales, whereas you won't often see a Mac user buying a phone running Windows Mobile or a Scotsman cheering on England playing Germany at football. Sometimes you feel you're being drawn into a battle and you're not sure why. A good example can be found in the animosity that the celtic fringe (Wales, Scotland, Ireland) feel towards the English.

Top 10 LMS/LCMS Trends and Forecasts

eLearning 24-7

acceptance of Droid (yes or no) and Iphone or Ipod (many state Iphone as a yes). I conducted a survey, which found that 45% of companies planned to incorporate social learning into their LMS/LCMS by the end of 2010. From Pew Research Center 2010. The biggest users of social media – and not going away any time soon is people in their 20′s (Pew, July 2010). Here are the top 10 trends that I have seen taking place in the industry, as well as a few forecasts.

LMS Tracking of Podcasts and Video Casts

Tony Karrer

However, in this case the sales force is used to accessing this as MP3 and MP4 files available for download into their iPods, iPhones, etc. I received an interesting question from someone who is working on providing content to a remote sales force of about 40 people on topics such as selling process, products and selling skills. They currently provide some podcasts and video casts, but would like to track the new content that is being developed now.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April'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. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

Web Conferencing: Voices from the Underground

eLearning 24-7

Three of the sites will be able to attend, but one site who has 39 employees will only have 50% of them viewing from their cubicles, and the other site has only overnight staff, so I have to figure out how I can have them view the seminar… This is learning in 2010. What about people with Ipods? Let’s see, I have a training seminar that needs to be presented to my five sites across the nation on Wednesday.

Making Sense Of The iPad For Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

For file management, you’ll need to sync the iPad with another computer in the same way that Apple’s iPod and iPhone work. The noise about the release of Apple’s iPad has been a bit overwhelming. Were you too busy to read the reviews, analysis and opinions? No problem.