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Mobile Learning Revolution Top Blogs

A list curated by Best Online Universities from the 101 Top Resources for the Mobile Learning Revolution. These are the top blogs listed that are still being updated as of summer 2015.

edshelf Tumblr Blog

We are thrilled to announce two new features that you have been requesting: A way to rearrange the order of tools in my collection A way to tag my collections to help organize them What does this mean? Here are more details.

Inside the classroom, outside the box!

(by Inside the classroom, outside the box)

@Ignatia Webs

Unfortunately the funding did not come through to move to this next, global level. The plug was pulled for this idea and the only thing left to do for the researchers who were eager to push forward this idea, was to disseminate their findings, hoping others might build upon what they had in mind.

Teachers With Apps - Because Not All Apps Are Created Equal

This summer, several of my young speech and language clients are working on early literacy skills. I've been structuring sessions around a letter of the month using movement play, sensory bins, arts and crafts, books, and picture exchange. As a result, caregivers have inquired about apps to continue encouraging sound play at home.

Class Tech Tips

I'm a big fan of ClassDojo and always excited to share news on updates to this powerful classroom management tool. ClassDojo lets teachers keep track of student behavior in their classroom and keep families informed of student progress. They've just launched a new feature that is perfect for teachers who encourage students to work together.

Technology Enhanced Learning / David Hopkins

If Facebook was a country ... yeah, but it isn't. I like infographics and social media statistics, but this is the one that has always annoyed me. Liking Facebook (a global network) to the population of a single country is inaccurate.

Techlandia Radio Blog

The blog of Jon Samuelson AKA "the artist formerly known as iPadsammy. We will also have posts from many of the regular Techlandia Radio hosts. You will be subjected to random thoughts on Educational Technology and all things in between. Add this feed to your RSS today.

Learning In Hand Blog

Connecting teaching with technology.

Kevin Corbett | eLearning, mLearning, & Social Media

One of the fastest growing industries the past ten years has been in online learning. Educational institutions at every level and businesses around the world realize the power of anywhere, anytime, any pace learning that can be easily delivered via the Internet.


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