Monthly Archives: September 2013

158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation

In 2012, the big question was “Should we do mLearning?”  In 2013, the question has become “How should we do mLearning?”  From the one who brought us 61 Tips on mLearning: Making Learning Mobile almost a year ago, Karen Fornio, a Contributing Editor for … Continue reading

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2013 Copyright Laws Regarding File Sharing at BYU

In honor of International Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day this week (September 19), I’ve decided to remind everyone of this year’s “rules” for stealing and looting other people’s digital booty. BYU, an LDS university, is a historic hotbed for the digital-file-sharing debate when Napster appeared … Continue reading

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Decog.Me

This is an example of a simple, but well-made website.  It employs some JavaScript to create some fun motion effects.  And the content is compelling for both dissatisfied workers who want to “get out of the rut” and for employers/managers … Continue reading

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