Learning2gether with Karen Price on Perceptual computing in MOOC interaction and assessment

Learning2gether Episode 199

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(Note, the audio has gaps removed where silence occurred in the hangout, because the video being played was not recorded on YouTube; we may try to repair this in time)

On Tue Jan 28 we met with Karen Price who demonstrated some of her work on Perceptual computing in MOOC interaction and assessment. This was presented as an Electronic Village Online event for Week 3 (Networking) in MultiMOOC EVO session

Where? Google Hangout

A problem with this video, explained by Karen …

Since the frame rate for videos when sharing from pptx in Hangout is pretty poor, opting to show videos via the YouTube app in Google hangout allows users to see videos with normal FPS. However, the moderator must “share” his/her screen /YouTube app for the videos to be captured. Otherwise, only the screenshare (i.e. avatars and pptx) is captured and the videos (which the moderator and Google Hangout members would have seen) are not there. So, anyone who didn’t view the videos at that time via the YouTube app won’t have seen them and won’t have them in their YouTube channel. That’s why I was recommending “annotations” with the archived hangout to enable viewers to see the explanatory videos.

Thinking caps on!


Karen’s presentation at the  at the 2013 WorldCALL conference in Glasgow

Karen Price presented a 30 min Research and Development paper on 11th July at the 2013 WorldCALL conference in Glasgow, Scotland, entitled Multimodal interfaces: blending gaze, gesture, movement and speech to overcome the limitations of keyboard, mouse & touchscreen. This session expanded on the lines of this presentation with many video examples brought into the Hangout.


Human-to-human communication depends upon and integrates gaze, gesture, movement and speech. However, most user interfaces for language learning consist of keyboards, mice or touchscreen interfaces. These click-and-type / touch interfaces exclude many hints and signals, explicit or implicit, which are integral to language interactions. In contrast, multimodal interfaces process two or more combined user input modes such as speech, pen, touch, hand gestures, gaze, head and body movements in a coordinated manner with multimedia system output. For example, the processing of user-generated speech and non-speech sounds, in parallel with the user’s gaze, can generate appropriate listening behavior for a conversational virtual agent, triggering backchannel signals according to the user’s visual and acoustic behavior. (Bevacqua, et al, 2012) The presenter argues that multimodal interfaces do not simply offer the option of using a different mode or channel of communication (e.g. speaking vs clicking a button vs writing), but that their use enables the cross-modal synchronization of timing and meaning that is evident in human-human communication. Additionally, studies document significant improvement in the recognition of speech from accented L2 speakers when multimodal input is processed simultaneously. (Oviatt, 2008) Motion-sensing and gesture detection eliminate controllers and remotes, enabling users to interact with computer monitors, video, games, and music through physical gestures. As TV characters speak, children can participate in on-screen activities by responding and interacting in intuitive, physical ways by jumping, moving forwards or backwards, catching and throwing balls. Moreover, user-specific feedback and error correction can be offered to users in two-way conversations by onscreen characters in response physical and spoken responses to questions and suggestions. This paper reviews the capabilities of a variety of multimodal interfaces and gives participants a glimpse of intriguing commercial and academic applications as well as selected, relevant research in applied linguistics, gaming, and the behavioral sciences.


Program: http://www.worldcall2013.org/programme.asp 

Proceedings: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/p3853ngyb94dazq/Short%20Papers.pdf (link broken)


Earlier this week

The official EVO BbC Elluminate Calendar

And check out http://my.calendars.net/eslhome_conferen


Sun Jan 26 1400 GMT MultiMOOC and YLTSIG EVO sessions joint event

An Electronic Village Online event for Week 2 (Declaration) in MultiMOOC EVO session

Posted here: https://learning2gether.net/2014/01/27/vance-stevens-chaos-in-learning-and-resolving-that-chaos-through-networking/

Mon Jan 27 0200 ET Badges and Competency-based Learning

Monday, Jan. 27, 2-3:00 ET: Badges and Competency-based Learning – In the Open Badges MOOC session on “Learning Providers” last fall, Richard Culatta, Director of the Office of Educational Technology in the U.S. Department of Education commented that “it’s really about competency-based learning… and badges are a nice way to get there.” Competency-based learning provides a framework for defining learning objectives and shifting the focus to mastery of these objectives rather than “seat time.” Badges provide clear ways of verifying learning, with portable, transparent evidence of mastery. This session will demonstrate how badges are a logical and highly motivational component in competency-based learning.

From the MOOC on badges: badges.coursesites.com

Vance Stevens: Chaos in Learning and its Resolution through Networking

Learning2gether Episode 198

Download Audio mp3https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/learningchaos2.mp3
Thanks to Benjamin Stewart for providing the audio file

Sun Jan 26 – MultiMOOC and YLTSIG EVO sessions joint event

Presented as an Electronic Village Online event for Week 2 (Declaration) in MultiMOOC EVO session as well as a Teaching English to Young Learners and Teenagers YLTSIG EVO event entitled “Chaos in Learning and How to Engage Learners in Resolving That Chaos Through Networking With One Another”

More information here:


This is a joint event with Vance Stevens talking about the EVO MultiMOOC session at
The discussion is aimed primarily at young learners, and at all learners by extrapolation.

MultiMOOC is about chaos in learning and how to engage learners in resolving that chaos through networking with one another. This presentation introduces a connectivist take on chaos in learning, with its suggestion that sense-making can be enhanced through a network of learners. Taking the Cynefin distinction of simple, complicated, complex, and chaotic problems, MOOCs seem directed at the latter two. We look at some examples of how learning occurs in MOOCs and wind up with some implications for the future.


Earlier this week

Here are a few of the other events tracked on Learning2gether this past week 2 in EVO and elsewhere

Sat 25 Jan Michael Coghlan in ICT4ELT  EVO event

Download mp3: https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/coghlan-10-001-64k.mp3

Recording: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2014-01-25.0439.M.7AE801FFB697DA460D4BF25AA8C21B.vcr&sid=75
From http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/


Please don’t miss this great opportunity to discuss and explore synchronous and asynchronous tools with us!

We hope we will have time to listen to a song and a lovely guitar play from Michael!

Sun Jan 19 Crafting ePerfect Textbook EVO session Week 1 Overview

Hangout; see:


Mon Jan 20 Education Fast Forward

Education Fast Forward – EFF9: “To School or not to school”#EFF9.

“To school or not to school?” is due to take place on Monday, 20 January 2014 at 10:15am (GMT). The debate is being held at The Education World Forum in front of an audience of ministers. So join us, two amazing speakers, special guests and fellows and tweet comments and questions to #EFF9. Watch on YouTube More information athttp://www.prometheanplanet.com/en/professional-development/best-practice/education-fast-forward/

From the Learning Revolution calendar here http://learningrevolution.com/

Mon Jan 20 EdGamer – Be Smart On Air #7: Alphabet Soup

This one just popped up in my Google calendar

Be Smart On Air #7: Alphabet Soup


From EdGamer, as per https://twitter.com/edgamer, a podcast show dedicated to Games & Learning hosted by Zack Gilbert and Gerry James

EdGamer is part of the EdReach Network. http://EdReach.us

On Google, it’s the EdReach Network, https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/%23EdGamer

Check out the last episode, EdGamer 97: Medieval Games and Girl Scout Badges

More audio archives available at one of the tabs at this URL

Including the above audio: http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/edreach.us/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/EdGamer-97.mp3

Tue Jan 21 iPad seminar with Joe Dale

Host: http://edtechteacher.org/index.php/teaching-technology/webinars

January 21st: iPads, language learning, the MFL twitterati & sharing good practice – a UK perspective with guest Joe Dale (@joedale) from Isle of Wight, England
Learn how iPad can allow students to enhance their language learning by helping them access higher order thinking skills through content creation, redefine their learning according to the SAMR model and cater to their multiple intelligences. Joe Dale (@joedale), recognized expert on technology and language learning, and EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec will showcase some of the innovative ways language teachers are using iPads to create new opportunities for personalised collaborative learning in and out of the classroom. They will also look at the rise of the MFL Twitterati, a group of language professionals in the UK, who like to share ideas and collaborate on a range of different projects through Twitter, videoconferencing, blogs and face to face meetups to highlight the power of a personal learning network for raising standards in teaching and learning.

Tue Jan 21 TICAL

TICAL – Top 14 Web Resources for Ed. Leaders of 2014, Tune in to hear about the top 14 technology resources of 2014. Websites and apps that are free, easy-to-use, and very practical will be highlighted during this session. Learn about new tools and explore new ways to use some of the more popular resources. This webinar builds on the popular series of articles and workshops that have been presented annually since 2010. Click here to register.

From the Learning Revolution calendar here http://learningrevolution.com/

Tue Jan 21 Personalize Learning

Personlize Learning Webinar #3: The Motivation Equation with Kathleen Cushman, Teachers perceive a crisis of motivation among their students, even more troubling with respect to the knowledge, skills, and habits that crucially affect the futures of low-income youth. But the science of learning suggests a powerful positive approach, which builds on what youth most value and supports their expectation of success. This webinar helps participants analyze their own student-motivation dilemmas, using the research-based “Motivation Equation” protocol and calling on classroom examples from WKCD’s new multimedia book of the same name by Kathleen Cushman. Join the Collaborate session here.

From the Learning Revolution calendar here http://learningrevolution.com/

Wed Jan 22 NNEST EVO Yilin Sun Training

Listed on the EVO Events calendar http://my.calendars.net/eslhome_conferen

as taking place in Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate)


Thanks to an ongoing grant from http://www.learningtimes.com/

Thu Jan 23 Jennifer Madrell Designers for Learning Webcast with Brent Wilson

Jennifer Maddrell will be joined by Dr. Brent Wilson, Professor at the University of Colorado – Denver in the School of Education and Human Development … see:http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SchoolOfEducation/FacultyandResearch/Pages/BrentGWilson.asp

The webcast will focus on Brent’s perspective on the practice of instructional design, as well as incorporating service-learning as a means of offering applied learning experiences to instructional design students. We look forward to seeing you on January 23rd!

Hangout crashed on Jen and her participants at first, and I myself was experiencing repeated time-outs from Chatwing, but for those who couldn’t make the live session, the recording will be available at

Thu Jan 23 – Marie-Hélène Fasquel Sharing and Teaching Webinar


Marie-Hélène posted her notice here and I noticed also at MachinEVO, but when I saw it at our FB page, I put it in our calendar.

Did anyone from MultiMOOC attend?

Fri Jan 24 NNEST-EVO Session with Dr. Yilin Sun

Listed on the EVO Events calendar http://my.calendars.net/eslhome_conferen

as taking place in Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate)


Thanks to an ongoing grant from http://www.learningtimes.com/

Sat 25 Jan Shelly Terrell – Survival Tips for Teaching Young Learners English

An EVO Teaching English to Young Learners and Teenagers event

Recording: http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/p85jun0p0j8/

Learning2gether with Jim Buckingham on Badges – an EVO MultiMOOC session

Learning2gether Episode 197

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Scroll down for Rhizo14 Week 1 Hangout on Cheating

Sun Jan 19 1400 GMT Jim Buckingham – Badges and MultiMOOC

An Electronic Village Online event for Week 1 (Orientation) in MultiMOOC EVO session

Where: Google+Hangout


Time: 1400 GMT – Apologies, but our Google announcement was not correct

What’s it about? Jim Buckingham explains the concept of badges and how this concept applies in the MultiMOOC EVO session. In his words: ” I’m going to be hopefully sharing my interest and enthusiasm for what I think is likely to be one of the most fascinating Tech applications and strategies to impact on Education – Open Digital Badges in the foreseeable future. It has to rank up there with at least two other themes that are also attracting a great deal of my attention – MOOCs and Learning Analytics.”

I’ve been focusing on Open Digital Badges for a while now.. Was hoping for a pause to pursue an interest in exploring the other two but that just hasn’t happened yet.

My plan? Introduce you to Open Badges, evoke some comments on the topic, forward a draft on how we could proceed next, solicit your opinions on this, make the necessary revisions to that plan, and (in the interests of “connectivism”) see where we might go next.

Vance and Jim prepared for our event in this short video

Some URLs




MultiMOOC has been following Rhizo14

Fri Jan 17 Rhizo14 Hangout on Reconceiving Cheating in an era of Abundance

The above is audio from Dave Cormier and Rhizo14 Hangout this week (and without the long mic-mute gaps in the middle)
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Earlier this week

This event occurred at the end of the first week of EVO, Electronic Village Online, Jan 12-Feb 16, 2014.  Accordingly, there were numerous online events the previous week which we were following on Learning2gether and MultiMOOC.

Here is a sampling:

The official EVO BbC Elluminate Calendar

And check out http://my.calendars.net/eslhome_conferen

Tue Jan 14 ePerfect Textbook EVO event – Using Google Hangouts for peer editing

Shelly Terrell will show how to use Google HangOuts to provide collaborative peer feedback to a Google Doc. She will also demonstrate how to add apps and use scripts to amplify your Google Drive.

The event (in Hangout) is listed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cmff22nkun9btqfen7qchguv2kc

Tue Jan 14 NNEST EVO event – Myths and misconceptions about NNEST

Details: http://nnestevo2014.pbworks.com/w/page/70689274/Week1

In Webheads Elluminate vRoom http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/

Session Recording

Tue Jan 14 ICT4ELT EVO event – The ins and outs of Yahoo Groups and Pbworks

Reminder from: ict4elt2014 Yahoo Group
Venue: Webheads Elluminate vRoom http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/
Title: “The ins and outs of Yahoo Groups and Pbworks” with Teresa d’Almeida d’Eca & Fernanda Rodrigues
Recording: http://ict4elt2014.pbworks.com/w/page/72953672/The%20First%20Live%20Session 

Recording of the session on 15 January 2014:
FAST TRACK RECORDING of Session 1, Wed 15 Jan 2014 (1h35min) : http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p6oqgdtwnvc/—-
FILM CREW GROUP BUILDING, RECORDING of Session 1, Wed 15 Jan 2014 (1h36min):http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p4f7fu5zn18/

Wed Jan 15 EVO Mentoring session webinar with the Mentoring SIG at IATEFL Hungary

talking about setting up a mentor course and how learning about mentoring has impacted the professional life of the participants.

Where? Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate)


Thanks to an ongoing grant from http://www.learningtimes.com/

Jan 16  iPad seminar

Host: http://edtechteacher.org/index.php/teaching-technology/webinars

  • January 15th/16th: Creativity & Learning with iPads with guests Richard Wells (@iPadWells) from Auckland, New Zealand and Paul Hamilton (@PaulHamilton8) from Sunshine Coast, Australia
    Too often, iPads are viewed solely as consumption devices – good for little more than checking email and online research. However, in schools around the world, teachers are proving this theory wrong. Join Richard Wells (@iPadWells) and Paul Hamilton (@PaulHamilton8), as well as EdTechTeacher’s Shawn McCusker and Beth Holland, as they explore how iPads can inspire creativity and empower students to become creators of their own learning.

Wed Jan 15 Teachers Teaching Teachers

EdTechTalk – Teachers Teaching Teachers,

Teachers Teaching Teachers Studio and Chat hosted weekly by EdTechTalk, a collaborative open webcasting community.

From the Learning Revolution calendar here http://learningrevolution.com/

Thu Jan 16 2nd Twitter chat for MOOC on Digital Curation

The second Twitter chat for the DIgital Curation MOOC is on Thursday 16th January at 9pm UK time.

If you missed the first one you can catch up here: http://storify.com/CredibleU/highlights-from-the-first-dcurate-twitter-chat

More info on this MOOC here: http://goodbyegutenberg.pbworks.com/w/page/71257706/2014_MoreMOOCs#MOOConDigitalCuration

Fri 17 Jan Stephen Krashen – Three topics

An EVO Teaching English to Young Learners and Teenagers event

More information here: http://yltsigevo2014.wordpress.com/times-dates/

Recording: http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/p3t89mvge2t/

Fri Jan 17 1300 GMT EVO14: Why CLIL now?


Fri Jan 17, 2014 1pm – 2pm GMT (no daylight saving)

Nellie Deutsch – organizer

Sat Jan 18 1200 EST CR20 LIVE Weekly Show

CR20 LIVE Weekly Show – EduClipper and EduTecher Updates with Adam Bellow, Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other member of the community in regular “live” web meetings. Special thanks for this go to our sponsor, Blackboard Collaborate, for providing the service that allows us to do this!

From the Learning Revolution calendar here http://learningrevolution.com/

Adam Bellow returning to provide us with information and updates on his amazing web tools and apps: eduClipper and eduTecher! This is a presentation you won’t want to miss! Adam Bellow is the Founder and President of eduTecher and eduClipper, free web tools that help students and teachers discover the best resources to enhance learning in and out of the classroom. Adam was invited to be the closing keynote speaker for the ISTE 2013 Conference in San Antonio and with his speech “Change the World” kept the crowd in the palm of his hand with a presentation infused with energy, humor and optimism receiving a rousing, standing ovation from all of us in the audience. He shared his passion for how technology can transform teaching and learning to make a difference in students’ lives. He is a co-author with Steve Dembo of “Untangling the Web: 20 Tools to Power Up Your Teaching,” a book available both as both a print version and an interactive ebook that features 20 web sites and tools with teaching tips and an online community to connect with other educators. Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other member of the community in regular “live” web meetings. Special thanks for this go to our sponsor, Blackboard Collaborate, for providing the service that allows us to do this! Details to join the webinar: http://live.classroom20.com Follow us on Twitter: #liveclass20 Thanks so much for being a part of this community!

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Sun 19 Jan 1100 GMT Alexander Sokol – Path to family learning

“A Path to Family Learning (that can also be walked by some teachers)”

An EVO Teaching English to Young Learners and Teenagers event

More information here: http://yltsigevo2014.wordpress.com/times-dates/

EVO kickoff live megawebcastathon hosted by Jeff Lebow

Learning2gether Episode 196

Download MP3 https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/evo2014-opening-ceremony.mp3

On Sun Jan 12 Jeff Lebow, Nina Liakos, and Vance Stevens hosted the EVO (Electric Village Online) kickoff live megawebcastathon

The EVO Kick-Off happens every year, on the Sunday before the sessions officially begin. This year’s webcast was hosted by Nina Liakos, lead coordinator of EVO this year, and Jeff Lebow, of Worldbridges, Koreabridges, EFLBridges, and EdTech Talk (Website: http://jefflebow.net/) as MC, together with Vance Stevens. Where? Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate) http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/ Thanks to an ongoing grant from http://www.learningtimes.com/ The event was also, live-streamed on http://webheadsinaction.org/live thanks to the Remarkable Mr. Lebow

Recordings:  Bb Collaborate /

Nina’s retrospect: A big thanks to all who made it to the kickoff webcast today! We had relatively few technical problems, all things considered, and almost everyone who was signed up to speak was able to do so; seventeen of the eighteen sessions were represented, and we miraculously finished on the dot of 1600 gmt. Thanks for your patience when we had audio issues, and thanks for being there at the right time and sticking to the admittedly frustratingly short amount of time you were allotted.

Tentative Batting Order Time: 5 min each plus a one minute transition time to the next session speaker(s) Speakers
Welcome & Intro GMT 1400~14:09 Nina Liakos
Podcasting for the ESL-EFL Classroom GMT 14: 10-15 Evelyn Izquierdo
Dream Act: What Teachers Can Do GMT 14: 16-21 Anne Marie Foerster Lu
EVO Drama 2014: Structuring Drama Work GMT 14: 22-27 Susan Hillyard
Developing Business English Teachers GMT 14: 28-33 Claire Hart
ICT4ELT GMT 14: 34-39 Jose Antonio
Developing Mentoring Skills GMT 14: 40-45 Maizie Avihayil Tamas Lorincz
Online Tools for EFL-ESL Civic Engagement Projects GMT 14: 46-51 Daniela Munca-Aftenev, Olga Morozan
Wonderful Words: Vocabulary Matters GMT 14: 52-57 Anne Hernandez, Brenda Binkley
Peacebuilding for Language Learners GMT 14: 58-03 Alison Milofsky
CLIL: Using Technology for Content and Language Integrated Learning 15:00 GMT: 04-09 Letizia Cinganotto, Daniela Cuccurullo
Designing and Managing Projects in the ESOL Organization GMT 15:10-15 Marina Gonzalez
MachinEVO GMT 15:16-21 Marisa Constantinides, Jens Olsen
Teaching English to Young Learners and Teenagers GMT 15:22-27 Dennis Newson
Use of Mobile Applications in Language Classes GMT 15:28-33 Behice Ceyda Songül, Sedat Akayoğlu
Crafting the e-Perfect Textbook GMT 15:34-39 Shelly Terrell
Moodle for Teachers (M4TEVO14) GMT 15:40-45 Nellie Deutsch, Ludmila Smirnova
MultiMOOC 2014 GMT 15:46-51 Vance Stevens and Jim Buckingham
NNESTEVO GMT 15:52-57 Ali Fuad Selvi, Kyung-Hee Bae, Liz England


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Jeff’s links from the bottom of his live-stream page

Past EVO’s:  EVO2013  EVO2012   EVO2011  EVO2010    EVO2009  EVO2008     EVO2007   EVO2006    EVO 2005    EVO2004  EVO2003 EVO2002  EVO2001

EVO2014 Tweets (#2014evo, #evosessions)
Tweets about “2014evo OR evosessions OR EbookEVO OR ict4elt OR multimooc OR mentoreevo OR machinevo -collaborative -DontGetHairy”

Later on the same day, Sunday Jan 12

Ebook EVO Meet & Greet HangOut

time: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Ebook+EVO+Meet+%26+Greet+HangOut&iso=20140112T17&p1=1440&am=30 Details: http://ebookevo.pbworks.com/w/page/70379800/hangouts

MachinEVO kickoff meeting

Sunday, 12 Jan 2014 – 7pm GMT / 11am SLT Meeting Point in Second Life: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/EduNation/141/164/23 machinevo Thanks to Alexandra Koukoumialou

Kenneth and Yetta Goodman on Making sense of making sense

DR. KENNETH GOODMAN and DR. YETTA GOODMAN will appear on Global Conversations in Literacy Research to speak on “Making Sense of Making Sense” on January 12, 2014, 7:00 p.m. Eastern time zone/New York/USA, midnight GMT http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Making+Sense+of+Making+Sense&iso=20140112T19&p1=867&ah=1&am=30 In Bb Collaborate https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=221&password=M.8631F22F3B67CB38E60FEA16E0B04A More information http://globalconversationsinliteracy.wordpress.com/upcoming-speakers-2013-2014/kenneth-and-yetta-goodman/

Mon Jan 13 EVO Electronic Village Online begins

Sessions go from January 13 – February 16, 2014 http://evosessions.pbworks.com

Learning2gether with Morteza Barin – Using tablets for online teaching and learning

Learning2gether Episode 195

On Mon Jan 6 Morteza Barin invited us to a discussion of Using tablets for online teaching and learning

Morteza in Iran is a strong contributor to Learning2gether despite difficulties in connecting online, and getting and applying information on educational technology to his context. He has offered to host a discussion apps for tablet devices in order to give us an opportunity to crowd-source such information useful to all of us.

If you have any apps you find particularly helpful please add them to our list here http://titanpad.com/FZKJlQCB6k

Where: We tested a number of discussion environments and settled on WizIQ

Why did we do this?

Morteza recently acquired a Samsung Android smart device and has agreed to research the topic to the extent possible, and then host this session in hopes of getting others to help him and one another learn more about using such devices.  He is keeping us update with what he is finding so far:


We publicized on the following Facebook threads (to no avail)

Screen shot URL: http://screencast.com/t/5WnFayyvie


 Later in the week …

Fri Jan 10 1200 EST IT4ALL Nellie Deutsch Introducing the syllabus in creative ways

Integrating Technology 4 Active Lifelong Learning event

Here are the class details:
Class Presenter: Dr. Nellie Deutsch
Class Title: Introducing the Course Syllabus in Creative Ways.
Class Date: Friday, January 10, 2014
Class Time: 12:00 PM ((GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada))
Click here to access the class.