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USB-C Gaming Monitors On-the-Go: A Guide for Mobile Gamers

ViewSonic Education

USB-C gaming monitors are bringing mobile gamers into a whole new era. Dive into this guide to turbocharge your mobile gaming setup. But what if you could enjoy your favorite mobile games on a bigger screen, with better controls, and enhanced performance? Now, enter the game-changer – gaming monitors with USB-C ports.

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Smartphones in Education: Redirecting Distraction with Mobile Learning

ViewSonic Education

As mobile learning becomes more and more popular, so does the potential for distraction in the classroom. With so many captivating apps and games, it is easy to see how students would have a hard time putting their smartphones and other mobile devices away. Assess Learning and Stay Organized.

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10 Ways To Keep Your Mobile App Protected

EdTech4Beginners

Mobile devices are rapidly becoming the most common method for people all over the world to engage with the web, and the vast bulk of these consumers do so via mobile applications. Based on a Gartner study, nearly one-third of mobile apps fail basic cybersecurity assessments. 10 Ways To Protect Your Mobile App.

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On the Go: Mobile Learning Solutions for IT Teams

EdTech Magazine

The Importance of Mobile Tech Tools in Today’s Classroom Environment Device portability reflects educators’ increasing awareness that conventional classroom learning isn’t everything. “… Whether they’re learning in class or at home, students need access to devices.

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LMS Comparison: What Learning Solution is the Best Fit for Your Business?

Today, 26% of Americans say they’re online almost constantly and people spend an average of 5 hours a day on their mobile phones. We do everything from shopping to watching online videos on our mobile devices. In fact, 47% of organizations have already incorporated mobile learning into their training programs.

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How Micro-credentials Can Support Social Mobility in Rural Communities

Digital Promise

Our new report, Micro-credentials for Social Mobility in Rural Postsecondary Communities: A Landscape Report explores the impact of earning micro-credentials on the social mobility of rural learners, prioritizing those impacted by poverty, particularly Black, Latino, and Indigenous populations, as well as women.

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Educators See Positive Impact of Mobile Devices in K–12

EdTech Magazine

Educators See Positive Impact of Mobile Devices in K–12. A new report from national education nonprofit Project Tomorrow says adding mobile devices to the classroom provides students with equity, empowerment and a better understanding of complex concepts. Mobile Devices Encourage Further Classroom Equity. eli.zimmerman_9856.

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GameSalad Turns Game Players Into Game Makers!

GameSalad lets students build their own web & mobile video games! Students learn anywhere with our Chromebook friendly creation tools and step-by-step tutorials. Our PBL lessons teach the fundamentals of Computer Science & Game Design as students create.

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The Battle of the Authoring Tools: A 10-Point Comparison for Picking the Right One

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

Highlights include: A comparison of how each authoring app handles key functionality, including interactivity, mobile design, accessibility, and more Important factors that impact the total price, such as integrations and support Learning trends that are most likely to affect your future needs, and more!

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6 eLearning Trends in Custom eLearning Solutions

Most articles on trends discuss mobile, augmented reality, virtual reality, LMS options, apps, and authoring software. It isn’t possible to talk about trends in digital learning without talking about the “digital” part first. It is what everyone expects.