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Podcasts tagged as mobile



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Agnes Kukulska


Presentatie tijdens LIC12 door Agnes Kukuska


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Christian Glahn


Challenges for Mobile Learning in Security and Defence Learn


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John Traxler


The Future of Mobile and Contextual Learning - John Traxler


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Matthijs Leendertse


Mobile learning, Practical applications - Matthijs Leendertse


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Roland Klemke


Practical projects in the field of Mobile learning, the area of Logistics - Roland Klemke


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Learning Analytics in Mobile Learning


Prof. Dr. Erik Duval of KU Leuven speaks about Learning Analytics in Mobile Learning.


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Stefaan Ternier en Fred de Vries


Mobile Augmented Reality in Higher Education, The area of Logistics - Stefaan Ternier en Fred de Vries


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Volker Zimmermann


Mobile Learning in Corporate Training - Volker Zimmermann


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The 2011 Horizon Report


http://nmc.org The New Media Consortium and EDUCAUSE are proud to present this year's research in emerging technology! The Horizon Report 2011 is available for download now at http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2011-Horizon-Report.pdf. This year, we took a look at six technologies the Advisory Board agree are going to be widely adopted in the coming years. The report covers mobile devices, electronic books, game based learning, augmented reality, learning analytics, and gesture based computing. This video gives an introduction to the report and what we've studied. The full report can be read at: http://www.nmc.org/publications/2011-horizon-report


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Mike Sharples - Handheld Learning 2008


Mike Sharples, Director, LSRI, University of Nottingham presenting in the "Re-imagining teaching for the 21st Century' discussion at Handheld Learning 2008, London


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