Campus – NFB now offering video archive for a price

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab The new online media solution for today’s classroom Many of you already view our high-quality, award-winning productions in the classroom on DVD (or even VHS!).   Now, with an educational subscription to CAMPUS, you can access a large collection of NFB films and interactive titles via computer—along with […]

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Mobile platforms for video: understanding where and when

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 Not only are tablets emerging as a new class of devices in their own right, shipment numbers indicate that they might even overtake personal computers in the near future. In Q3 of 2011, Apple shipped 15.4 million iPad tablets, more than the total volume of personal computers sold by […]

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Joomla 3.0 Beta1 Released! Time to start playing!

See on Scoop.it – Just Joomla! What are the new features of Joomla! 3? – Incorporation of Twitter Bootstrap into a jui media package.– A new responsive administrator template–Isis– and interface.– A new front end template–Protostar– built using Twitter Bootstrap – – – Updated accessible template called Beez3– PostgreSQL Driver. You will be able to […]

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The Sad Reality Of Education Technology

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 In case you haven’t noticed yet, we are in the midst of the largest technological revolution in decades. The proliferation of wireless computing and personal technological devices capable of accessing the world has created a new landscape that schools must be aware of now. This isn’t like the other […]

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Stanford Creates Vice Provost For Online Learning To “Fundamentally Reshape Education” | TechCrunch

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 Stanford University announced the creation of an Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning today, appointing computer science professor John Mitchell as the office’s inaugural head.   In the past 20 years, Stanford has only established two Vice Provost offices, for undergraduate and graduate education, both of which […]

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How the Arts Unlock the Door to Learning

See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency Student achievement was down. Teachers were demoralized. Until a bold strategy — integrating the arts into curricula — helped students embrace their learning and retain their knowledge.   Arts integration goes beyond including art projects in class; it is a teaching strategy that seamlessly merges arts standards with core […]

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