So I promised a while ago to put together some ideas of using mobile to create unique learning experiences. They’re unique because they use the device to facilitate the experience, rather than being the experience itself.
So Google has launched Google+ or GooglePlus depending on your preference. So what is it?
Knowing of the inevitability of all things coming to an end still doesn’t alleviate the impact when they do.
Today was an interesting one, which really centred around the classroom and looked at it from a range of very different aspects.
I’m writing this and the next two posts a while after the fact. Not because I didn’t want to, things just really got away from me. So if these posts seem a little less detailed you now know why.
Yesterday consisted of a drive from Grapevine and a quick tour of Abilene. I drove around a bit and checked out downtown before it got dark. A quiet day where nothing exciting really happened at all.
Tuesday here in Irvine was a couple of meetings with people on the other side of the campus – Irvine’s educational design and distance learning sections. The meetings were a good opportunity to learn about these two areas and how they operate here at Irvine. I think the most interesting points were the commonalities in […]