Bring OER contents to no-internet place

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”

Toward most efficient eLearning: eLearning consulting

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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Making your own eBook

It is a burden to carry a lot of luggage because there are many places to visit. With one notebook computer, one pad, and a few books, my bag-pack is already full. It would be convenient to have eBooks rather than paper books. Of course because of my ageing eyes also ask me some thing to do. I made up my mind to convert my books to eBooks and there are several ways to do it on Internet.
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