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eT@lking: iPads in eLearning

April 13, 2011

When: Tonight, Wednesday 13th April, at 8 to 9pm, Melbourne Australia time (gmt+10)
Topic: iPads in eLearning – one community college’s experience

 

Upper Yarra Community College

About the session:– Tonight’s eT@lking will be on the topical iPad and its place in eLearning. Kevin Dawson UYHC, will talk about the experiences of Upper Yarra Community College in using iPads and Flip Cameras, along with courseware in the Moodle environment. Please join us.
Click on this link to join the session in elluminate. This is a free educational webinar.

Link to recording

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 13, 2011 10:16 am

    Anne – it says ‘tonight, April 14th’, but April 13th in the heading. I guess it’s tonight the 13th right?

    • annemirtschin permalink*
      April 13, 2011 10:17 am

      Hi Michael, Sorry yes, it is April 14th. Brain is in holiday mode. Apologies and will change it now.

  2. Christine Dix permalink
    April 13, 2011 9:11 pm

    Thank you Kevin and Carole. I was very interested to hear how the project went. It must have been a great deal of work with good outcomes. Disappointing not to have aboriginal students but that may change with your contact with elders.
    I wanted to say ‘thank you, great presentation’ but my visual froze and I still had audio so I didn’t want to risk going out and coming in again because I would have missed some of the audio.

    • CoachCarole permalink
      April 14, 2011 10:42 am

      Thanks Christine – I think that UYCH have learned and gained a great deal in the process. Sorry to hear of your ‘frozen visuals’ – I experience that from time to time as well as ‘frozen audio’ – for the audio I quickly go back to the Audio Wizard and reconfigure for single microphone. That seems to help.
      CC

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