Innovative Technologies in Business Management Education – Conference by Jose Lepervanche on Prezi #TBT #Prezi2011

Most of the concepts used in this 2011 Prezi presentation are still valid today. Our Learning Online Laboratory has used all of these resources. Some of them have been discontinued and others are still in use in 2016.

Innovative technologies have been used in global organizations to enhance performance. Technology Acceptance Model is used to explore current trends such as new media, web 2.0 tools, and other social media networks. Organize your Information Overload.

Topics:
1. Technology Acceptance Model.
2. Multimedia technologies. Videos. Blogs. Websites.
3. Social Media Networks.

Source: Innovative Technologies in Business Management Education – Conference by Jose Lepervanche on Prezi

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Surviving Information Overload 2016

Almost a year later of previous use of this drawing and with iPhone 7 out and Galaxy 7 burning we continue the conversation about Instant Knowledge Generation and Device Oriented Learning. Are we surviving Information Overload?

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Reducing Information Overload was done on 2011 to be used after the information overload presentation to emphasize the use of the iPad in E-learning. Oct 2013

Reblogged this on josetoons & scoutoons and commented:

This cartoon was updated after getting my first iPhone. Two years later I got an iPhone 6S+ with a bigger screen and still reducing information overload. Nov 2015

 

Original blog: https://josetoons.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/surviving-or-reducing-information-overload/

CyberChronicles: Piloting Canvas in online waters

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I have been piloting Canvas (www.instructure.com), an open-source learning management system, in my Florida State College at Jacksonville (www.fscj.edu) courses since Summer 2012. This is my log of the features I “like” and those that I would “like” to have. This post will be updated as I explore new features. Updates follow a Twitter format. Follow @DrLepervanche and #CanvasFSCJ hashtag.

I like…

1. Import feature from Blackboard. It was easy to import old content from old Blackboard courses. In some courses it did not work smoothly. I had to manually import each component due to deadlines. I will try again next term.

2. Ipad and smartphones applications. I can read discussions and emails in all courses. Limited features so far in interactivity. I am sure it will improve.

3. Front Page. I like the options to include links, videos and guide students to other pages.

4. Integrated Inbox. Checking all pending emails from all courses at the same time is a cool feature to reply to students in less time.

5. Due dates page. Easy to read page with all discussions, exams, and assignments deadlines and it is linked to calendar.

6. Recent Activity. It displays all recent activities from all courses in one page.

7. SpeedGrader. Easy to read papers and to add rubrics.

8. Conference. Professor and students can set specific conference times if needed.

9. Gradebook. To Do list with pending grading. It reminds professors to finish grading.

More coming soon…

I would “like”… (maybe they are available and I have not used yet)

1. Color codes for different courses. It will help to identify each course in a multiple course screen (recent activities, inbox)

2. Improve Import feature. If you manually import content from Blackboard, you have to eliminate references to BB and work on the code.

3. SpeedGrader. Waiting for feature to add comments to papers.

4. Groups. Some students says it is confused on their side. Still checking.

More coming soon…

Here is a comparison between Blackboard and Canvas.

Widgets and Gadgets to Enhance Online Courses in Blackboard and Canvas (2013 update)

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

1 PM-2 PM

Widgets and Gadgets to Enhance Online Courses in Blackboard and Canvas

Dr. Jose Lepervanche, Professor of Management, Information Systems, & E-Commerce, Florida State College at Jacksonville Emerging technologies have allowed online learning to add interactive tools to courses. New web, media and mobile applications, or widgets, and new devices, or gadgets, bring innovative resources to the hands of students and faculty. These tools have been extensively used in Blackboard and now have been extended to Canvas. Dr. Lepervanche’s Web Media Lab (www.webmedialab.org) has been also testing these widgets and gadgets applying both Technology Acceptance and Affordability Models to explore real usability beyond courses into real life. Wireless, tablets, and mobile technologies allow users to be in a virtual office all the time. You are your office.

Scoop.it! Web Media Laboratory

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The Web Media Laboratory (www.webmedialab.org) is used to test web, media, and mobile widgets and gadgets for online courses. WebMediaLab updates can be found on the Learning EDGE blog (www.learningedge.org), the Teleducator Network (www.teleducator.net) and Scoop.it! (www.scoop.it/t/webmedialab).

Mobile blog in a mobile vehicle.

Blogging using mobile devices could be a challenge if using smartphones. Tiny screens and keyboards make it hard if you are a passenger in a car moving at interstate highway speed. This post failed in the smartphone as WordPress password did did not work. Using the iPad was quite easier using WordPress application. I am getting dizzy to figure out how to insert an image. Mobile experiment was not easy. No image this time.

@DrLepervanche’s Web Media Lab Timeline. Widgets and Gadgets…before e-learning to m-learning and beyond…

@DrLepervanche’s Web Media Lab Timeline. Widgets and Gadgets…before e-learning to m-learning and beyond…

Widgets and Gadgets: From E-learning to M-learning and Beyond
Emerging technologies have allowed online learning to add interactive tools to courses. New web, media and mobile applications or widgets, and new devices or gadgets, bring innovative resources to the hands of students. Education is moving from e-learning to m-learning and beyond as hybrid methods are also being incorporated to both on-land and online courses. Our Web Media Lab (www.webmedialab.org) has been testing these widgets and gadgets applying both Technology Acceptance and Affordability Models to explore real usability beyond courses into real life. Wireless and mobile technologies allow users to be in a virtual office all the time.(ID #145/Track 2)

23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning

Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 10:30-11:15 a.m., Heritage C. Sawgrass Golf Resort & Spa, a Marriott resort, Ponte Vedra.