We introduce the IABL2017 keynotes: DR MARY DONOHUE DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY Named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women In Tech, in 2015, by RdigitalLife, and Diversity MBA’s top 50 under 50 in 2015, Dr. Donohue is a passionate advocate of revolutionizing today’s workforce training through technology and internal talent. She believes passionately in the art of conversation, the value of team and outcome based training. PROFESSOR RON OWSTON YORK UNIVERSITY… Read More »
On behalf of the International Association for Blended Learning, and the Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology at George Brown College, we would like to thank our Keynotes, Speakers, Workshop Hosts, Exhibitors, Paper Presentations & Attendees for making the Second World Conference on Blended Learning a success! Thanks to your contribution, we had a number of interesting and engaging conversations about Blended Learning. We are hoping you all learned… Read More »
The international Association for Blended Learning cordially invites researchers, teachers, trainers and technology experts to present the latest blended learning solutions as well as to discuss and exchange the latest findings and new ideas based on the ongoing research, practice, and experience. We would like to invite contributions from across the globe, from all educational sectors and a broad variety of industries. Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished work… Read More »
RISC adopts xAPI in a PDF annotator application. RISC worked with Float Mobile Learning to develop a PDF annotator application. The solution sends the annotations as xAPI statements back to SCORM Engine LRS embedded within RISC’s LMS. TinCanAPI
Smartwatches and smart glasses for workers proffer benefits, like virtual help. But will the worker go along with the perceived associated tracking? Source: ITWorld
CIO Asia offers Information Technology strategy insight for senior IT management – resources to understand and leverage information technology from a business leadership perspective According to Malaysia’s Ministry of Higher Education, the country’s largest release online courses from public universities as 20 universities launch 60 free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) through the OpenLearning platform. Source: CIO-Asia – Largest ever launch of online courses: Malaysia’s Ministry of Higher Education
Malaysia’s commitment to being a world-class knowledge economy – and a regional education hub – received a boost this month with the launch of a new higher education strategy: The Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education). Source: Malaysia releases landmark education blueprint – ICEF Monitor – Market intelligence for international student recruitment
Blended learning brings online learning into schools to help create personalized, student-centered learning environments. Adaptive technology can make the experience more dynamic and responsive to individual student needs.