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Designing a mobile device automatic detector to support mobile library systems
Content providers cannot ensure that digital material will be reformatted and accessed by any mobile device correctly due to mobile device limitations. A mobile device automatic detector can provide accurate information ...
Mobile access for workplace and language training
Resource list on Connectivism (Digital Reading Room)
List of resources on Connectivism, including websites and videos.
Connectivism: Connecting with Geroge Siemens Part 1 (Elluminate Recording, Java Archive, .MP4 and .MP3)
Discussion of the basic concepts of Connectivism, the context in which the theory emerged and the implications and applications of the theory in teaching.
Interview with Dr. Mohamed Ally
Panel on Moving to Open Educational Resources at Athabasca University
Dr. Cindy Ives, Director of the Centre for Learning Design and Development (CLDD) at Athabasca University, discusses recent projects in the CLDD that have focused on open educational resources including initiatives to ...
Athabasca River Basin Research Institute Repository: Enhancing open access, education and research
The Athabasca River Basin Research Institute (ARBRI) supports interdisciplinary research and knowledge transfer of the Athabasca River Basin, an area of more than 159,000 km2 that is distinct by its watersheds, lands, ...
Mobile design: interactive multimedia to support learning and teaching (Workshop)
(m-Libraries 2009, 2009)
Aim of the workshop: The Athabasca University Library has developed many mobile friendly websites and features to help our students access resources. These include an autodetect feature which displays either mobile or ...
Connecting with Geroge Siemens Part 1: Overview of Connectivism
Part 1 Discuses of basic concepts of Connectivism, the context in which the theory emerged and the implications and applications of the theory in teaching. regarding the future of Connectivism.