Today it is seen that students in schools and colleges, along with their books, pens and atlases use Kindle as well in order to enhance their way of learning in a reliable fashion. The slim, digital electronic device is seen in classroom, with many teachers and schools adopting this improved version of learning. Kindles eventually are becoming a permanent fixture of students' backpack. Many educational institutes are looking forward of introducing and leveraging this handheld technology into the learning system.
With new and enhanced technologies emerging day-by-day, there has been noticed a drastic change in classroom learning technologies as well. New learning tools and devices are getting introduced in the education system. Not only students but also the schools and other education organizations are promoting latest tools and gadgets for technology based learning. Number of learning tools are been transformed from the traditional ones to some trendy and cool ones.
Leading provider of Online Learning Management System (LMS), BlueVolt, is going to offer the attendees of CEDIA Expo 2012 an opportunity to learn about the company's new HTML5 mobile learning interface. Visitors will get to know about the technique of accessing videos, quizzes and interactive courses from any mobile device like iPad, iPhones and other accessories. The new mobile interface not only supports interactive contents but also features simple yet enhanced functionality to the users.
Kineo being one of the global leaders in e-learning is supposed to feature two sessions at the LearnX Asia Pacific 2012, at Melbourne, Australia. LearnX Asia Pacific Conference & Expo is the LearnX foundation’s yearly international event and is being held in Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center on 29th and 30th August. LearnX is a non-profit organization, which promotes and supports workforce learning. Their objective is to increase the use of learning and supporting technologies via shared learning experience. This year’s conference will offer around 40 sessions which will be led by learning leaders from all over the globe. It will be offering some of the best experience improving sessions along with cases and insights regarding strategies, learning technologies and also on best practices that can come through on-job experience.
E-learning has become a permanent feature of pDakota Collegiate, a grade 9 to 12 high school in Canada. It has an enrollment of over 1200 students and offers number of placement courses in various subject areas. Situated in the city of pWinnipegp, Dakota Collegiate will offer a laptop or similar internet enabled device to each and every grade nine and ten student. The collegiate has decided to continue this until each student of the organization is influenced with the e-learning techniques and its reliability.