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Using the iPad to record demonstrations

Helen Gibbs tells us how she has used the iPad with the Fuse app to record her technical demonstrations in the Book Arts workshop, and the impact this has had with her students. The iPad was set up using an

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Location based mobile learning activity? – pilot volunteers

Information Services have recently purchased a year’s license for an online tool that enables users to create a mobile game or event based around location and utilising users mobile phone GPS. The tool could be used for location based learning

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Pollverywhere: New features!

Polleverywhere, the online real time voting system used at the University, has released some new features that have extended it’s usability. Mobile app for Andriod and Apple iOS, Improved browser experience, Simpler registration for participants, New types of polls

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App Swap Workshop – The Adjustment Bureau for MELSIG Digital Media Interaction and Inclusivity

The Adjustment Bureau – App Swap Workshop Fiona MacNeill, Learning Technologies Adviser, University of Brighton (Falmer Campus) The Adjustment Bureau: The Case for Adjustment in Mobile Apps The blog post linked to above (at my new UoB edublogs site) covers

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#appswap app of the month – June 2016 – coming soon

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