Monthly Archives: April 2011

MobiMOOC: Mobile Project (Re)Definition

I am currently participating in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the topic of Mobile Learning- MobiMOOC. It is a true collaboration of professionals at different phases in developing mobile learning to help each other forward their craft. I am running behind in a task assigned last week: to draft a plan for mobile ... Read More

LS2011: Wonderful (Captivate) Widgets

My Day 3 of LS2011  kicked off with Jeff Blackman’s Wonderful Widgets! Creating Cool Interactions in Adobe Captivate. I was very excited to discover the potential of widgets, which I had not yet explored, despite 6 months experience developing many Captivate demos and simulations (and very fun ads), which included branching, variable text fields, and ties ... Read More

LS2011: Open Education Resources

The final session I attended on day 2 of LS2011 was Finding and Using Open Educational Resources presented by Tony Nisse of Brigham Young University. Education, at it’s core is about sharing. Openness is really the only means of education. Expertise is nonrivalrous. It can be given without being given away. This is exaplained well by the ... Read More

LS2011 Day 2: More on Mobile

The first session I attended after Nancy Duarte’s keynote day 2 of the LS2011 was The Next Generation of Mobile Learning with Brenda Enders. Brenda presented a case study for a solution that was provided to a leading rehabilitation services provider. The solution was designed for a widely dispersed workforce who was not considered technically savvy. It was designed ... Read More