Posts Tagged ‘ mobile learning ’

Adobe’s Connect Pro brings Flash to iPhone through back door

Adobe’s Connect Pro brings Flash to iPhone through back door.

Adobe’s Connect Pro Mobile for the iPhone and iPod Touch is a solid, free way to connect to Web conferences on the go, but what’s really interesting is that this is the first app that has shoehorned Flash on the platform. The app was created in Flash Professional CS5 beta and uses Adobe’s Packager converter to work on the iPhone.


Advertisements

Evernote: taking notes to the next level

Welcome to your notable world | Evernote Corporation.

Welcome to your notable world. Use Evernote to save your ideas, things you see, and things you like.
Then find them all on any computer or device you use. For FREE!!!
– Take notes
– Attach files
– Use web-browser
– Downloadable application for offline use
– Search text, images, and pdf’s
– Easy to use and get started
– Organize by notebooks, tags, and searches…
– Share your notes or notebooks with others by email or evernote users!

Google Buzz in eLearning | Upside Learning Blog

The web is abuzz with talk of Google Buzz. So what is Buzz –
simply put it’s a personal aggregator that is coupled to your Gmail account.

via Google Buzz in eLearning | Upside Learning Blog.

Why Flash on the iPhone/iPad doesn’t always help mLearning

Not only do most mobile devices NOT support the Flash Player, but they also don’t support Java.  Why does this matter? A big part of eLearning revolves around being able to not only VIEW content, but to also TRACK content.  Tracking is fundamental to delivering formalized eLearning training, which usually involves Learning Management Systems.  Here is the second part of the mLearning problem.  Many Learning Management Systems use client side Java (meaning Java runs in the browser) to do the actual tracking with SCORM and AICC content.

via Why Flash on the iPhone/iPad doesn’t solve #mLearning.

Adobe Connect Pro – Mobile Recordings

Today I had a student inquire about downloading Adobe Connect lectures to an iPod. So, we are going to “Make Offline” archives [as FLV files] and convert them to MP4 files.  As the voice of a student says, “if you can do this it would be so helpful not only to myself but I am sure all of your students”.

Prospective converters:

Wish me luck!

Apple’s iPad: What does it offer for e-Learning?

The Apple iPad offers an interesting combination of features and options that make it worth considering for possible mobile learning applications. But there are drawbacks to the device as well. Here’s how the iPad may (or may not) be able to fit into your plans.  After months of speculation, and several weeks of feverish hype, we have now seen the Apple iPad. People asked: “Is it a laptop without a keyboard? Is it a personal media experience? Is it something completely different?” Steve Jobs himself called the iPad “the most important thing I’ve ever done.” So what is it?

via Apple’s iPad: What does it offer for e-Learning? by Bill Brandon : Learning Solutions Magazine.