I used to use a location tracking app recently to check the position of each other while bike riding with my son. I think it would be good to install a location tracking system on my father’s mobile phone to prevent lost. From the internet, I was recommend the following apps.
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I know that politicians and people of two parties in Korea are not friendly. I just wonder what the end of that hatred is. It seems to be fighting an endless struggle to let out the emotional hatred that has built up in the depths of oneself rather than the positive motivation to find better solutions.
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Rachel-pi makes OER (Open Education Materials) available on Raspberry Pi. This tiny computer can contain an incredible amount of contents, such as the Khan Academy, the Gutenberg Project collection, textbooks, and encyclopedias, and provides the service as a web server. Since you can access the local Internet address after installation, it is possible to use several people at the same time. Continue reading “Bring OER contents to no-internet place”
While looking for OER resources, I found a service for TED download. It is a site called OER2Go. If you visit http://oer2go.org and search for “TED”, the following screen appears.
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This article is for eLearning consulting for a domestic institution. This article may be helpful to e-learning people or people who are interested in education. I’ve talked about key topics: video curation, the use of various learning activities, the implementation of customized learning, the use of OER, big data and learning analysis, and the use of badge systems.
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