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Raft The Guadalupe River

Raft The Guadalupe River

| October 14, 2013

Raft The Guadalupe River is a new eBook series published in Apple’s iBookstore. Each of the four eBooks is a rich media book containing hundreds of images, interactive maps, and comprehensive visitor information. The introductory movie illustrates several of the eBook’s scenes. It provides a short visual example of the book’s content.

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Work in Progress

Work in Progress

| October 7, 2013

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Elearning Basics

Immersive eLearing

Immersive eLearing

| October 25, 2013

How did you learn in school? Lectures? — check. Slide shows? — check. Films? — check. Staring out the window wishing you were somewhere else? — many times. Wished your lessons were more engaging or interesting? — many times. And then there were those role-playing activities in front of the class. Some students loved these […]

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Collaborative eLearning

Collaborative eLearning

| October 24, 2013

What a difference 21 years makes, much less 51. Doug Engelbart earned an incredible reputation as one of our true computing pioneers and strategic thinkers. Use a computer mouse — thank Doug. Have multiple windows open on your desktop — thank Doug. Shared screens and video conferencing — thank Doug. All of these were demonstrated […]

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Audio improves eLearning

Audio improves eLearning

| October 23, 2013

Audio can substantially improve learning outcomes Audio narration can yield an average learning improvement of 80%. You should never use audio in a gratuitous manner. Want to depress a student’s learning capacity, read to them. Reading text that appears on screen is highly counterproductive. It is a waste of the student’s mental bandwidth and your […]

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