How Can Mobile Technology Change Education?


Students can uncover a web of information with a single swish of a phone, avoiding long web addresses and accessing relevant information instantly. Take a photo of a mathematics problem, upload it onto the app, and voila, Photomath will show you how to solve it. The twenty-first century has been swept up in a veritable mobile revolution. All work and all play happens on screens of various sizes, and paper is being quickly replaced by pixels in day to day life.

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Nuts and Bolts: Too Many Tools by Jane Bozarth - Learning Solutions Magazine , September 7, 2010 Cognitive overload – too much information – is one type of problem for learners. Another type of problem that designers can create for learners is too many distractions from too many tools. Here’s how to recognize the problem, and what to do about it. Serif fonts (or “Roman” fonts) are the ones with the swishes, and sans serif typefaces are the ones that don’t.

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