With so many different types of delivery and learning modes being discussed these days, it can be difficult to differentiate between them, or to choose which ones best suit our contexts. Sometimes the names of delivery modes are used interchangeably when they shouldn’t be, and that can to further confusion. Two terms that are often used this way are eLearning

With faculty’s access to Adobe CC software, there are now a lot more tools available for engaging our students in the learning process. We have access to over 20 apps and while many of these are quite technical in nature and may not suit the needs of teachers, there are some great apps that we

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In what turned out to be a relatively low key event on March 21, 2016, Apple recently launched the 9.3 iteration of it’s mobile OS. The new iOS version provides one of the most significant updates for teachers. It delivers a new educational app called ‘Classroom’. This app is aimed at helping teachers ‘guide students

If you miss the January webinar on how to add interactive elements to videos, you can watch it in the video below.

                  Here is a list of the upcoming webinars and courses focusing on mLearning.  Date: Thursday, January 21st, 2016 Time: 10:00 to 10:30 In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn how to change the passive viewing of a video into an active learning opportunity by adding questions

In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn how to change the passive viewing of a video into an active learning opportunity by adding questions and discussions to videos. You can also add additional information through texts and images. Students can then watch the video on their own or you can use the presentation mode to

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