A report from the Technology-Enabled Personalized Learning (TEPL) Summit details how to shift to tech-enabled personalized learning. From eSchool News, May 22, 2015.
In this course from Adobe you will learn how to design apps using Adobe Generation Professional.
By Eric Stoller in Inside HigherEd.
Adobe Slate is an app that allows you to animate still images and text. You can watch a video about it and take a workshop in it here:
Scott McLemee reviews Michael Corballis’s The Wandering Mind: What the Brain Does When You’re Not Looking (University of Chicago Press). In this review he does not tie this book into the distractions we face every day living in our digital culture, but I think one could. From Inside Higher Ed, May 20, 2015.
An article by David Gordon, posted to eSchool News, May 19, 2015.
Google+ Collections is a tool you can use to group together your posts in a specific category. I don’t use Google +, so I have not tried it out.
I just found out about this free app, which is available for the iPhone and iPad. You will need a YouTube account to use it. Open the app and allow it to access your YouTube account. Shoot your video, trim it if you wish, and upload it to YouTube. It’s that simple. In about 15 minutes you will receive an email in Gmail telling you that your video has been uploaded. You can read about it here:
From Phil Bradley’s weblog.