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Tag Archives: cloud computing
In my school’s ICT groups this term, we’ve been exploring the notion of “learning in the cloud,” the idea that much of technology-enabled learning taking places in the classrooms reflects the shift away from device-centric computing towards cloud computing, where … Continue reading
Just had my first academic publication, “Head in the Clouds: a review of current and future potential for cloud-enabled pedagogies.” Aside from being over the moon, I’m indebted to my supervisor, Professor John Hedberg, who guided me through the process … Continue reading
It’s certainly been a very interesting week in consumer technology, thanks to Apple’s latest announcements at WWDC. As always, Apple has come up trumps in generating typically insane levels of marketing hype, and as always, the technorati are keen … Continue reading
I’ve been flat out over the past two months working on a literature review for my Masters, leaving precious little time for blogging and even less for relaxation! In any case, it’s been a fantastic experience to delve into the … Continue reading
I had an interesting conversation with a colleague the other day when she remarked that she finally “got the whole cloud computing thing” after having explored collaboration via Google Docs with most of her classes in 2010. She also observed … Continue reading