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Touchscreen interface for seamless data transfer between the real and virtual worlds.

This technology gives you the ability to overlay anything in the real world with a touchscreen, so you can manipulate any object the same way you would on your touch-based device with your fingers. That’s probably why the Japanese company has dubbed this technology “touchscreen interface.”

[Updated on April 15 at 6:38pm ET to embed the video demo from DigInfoNews’ YouTube channel]
Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/fujitsu-makes-paper-interactive-with-just-a-webcam-and-projector/#ixzz2Qd8Lcu9K
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Who Is Truly The Blame When Students Are Not Learning?

 

 

Using Moodle to engage students in learning. Please feel free to download and or contribute to the slideshow.

 

Thanks,

Mark

NEW MOODLE MANUAL

I’ve just completed my new Moodle Manual, a 60 pages effort on  engaging ways to use Moodle.  The Manual is available in print or ebook format from Lulu Publishing Ltd.

Engaging ways to use Moodle:- An Illustrated Guide……

Now also available on Amazon.

Collaborative Google Doc on the “Engaging Ways to Use Moodle

Please add to this collaborative exercise in ways to make Moodle more engaging to students. For example visually pleasing Moodle sites, collaborative uses, reflective learning, inclusion of multi-media, plugins and third party applications, tracking.

You can access the site below directly or twitter me @muppetmasteruk or email muppetmasteruk@hotmail.com with suggestions.

Many thanks,

Mark

Collaborative Google Doc on the “Engaging Ways to Use Moodle”

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Please add to this collaborative exercise in ways to make Moodle more engaging to students. For example visually pleasing Moodle sites, collaborative uses, reflective learning, inclusion of multi-media, plugins and third party applications, tracking.

You can access the site below directly or twitter me @muppetmasteruk or email muppetmasteruk@hotmail.com with suggestions.

Many thanks,

Mark