Editor’s note: Elearning Guild research into how people use tablets – this is a great read if you are designing for tablets.
Editor’s note: I liked the angle on this piece – cut through the myths and you find kids need help on tablets. And then think about adults in the workplace. Wouldn’t they benefit from some help too?
Editor’s note: Part of Google Insights research, this study shows how consumers use multiple devices to shop. The type of device experiences needed with learning tech.
Forrester finds that despite the tablet invasion of the workplace, workers would prefer a keyboard, too
Editor’s note: Interesting to see that with a desire to use tablets in the workplace comes the desire to also use a keyboard. Implications for designing for the mobile experience?
Editor’s note: It may not be the beginning of the end for PCs just yet but they are in serious decline. Here’s a look at the numbers.
Editor’s note: A not unsurprising headline but the research shows the extent to which we will be using tablets at work and at home.
Editor’s note: An exploration of the tablet as a curation tool, including a useful list of apps.
Editor’s note: A four-part series to explore four dimensions of using tablets, such as the iPad, in educational settings.
Editor’s note: Fascinating research into tablet use in three UK secondary schools. Sheds the light on the benefits to learning of tablets. Lots of information here but very useful.
Editor’s note: What happens if you give a thousand Motorola Zoom tablet PCs to Ethiopian kids who have never even seen a printed word? Within five months, they’ll start teaching themselves English . . .
Editor’s note: No surprises here but what are organisations to do when colleagues are learning to and from work and when they are ‘out of office hours’?
Editor’s note: An overview of how tablets are changing the way medical students and their tutors are learning, teaching, sharing information and accessing knowledge.
Editor’s notes: As technology changes the face of education this piece looks at 12 hypotheses for the future of schools.
Editor’s note: A look at the emerging issues in schools of bringing your own device. How will this play out in the workplace?