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Kickstart - It was designed to provide specialist training or assistance to enable new uses for ILT and e-learning to get under way swifty Innovation funding - In 2004, the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) allocated funding for a programme of developments to improve the experience and use of Information and Learning Technologies (ILT) in Specialist Colleges, and to encourage the sharing of the expertise with students built up in the sector. Excellence Gateway - In 2004, the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) allocated funding for a programme of developments to improve the experience and use of Information and Learning Technologies (ILT) in Specialist Colleges, and to encourage the sharing of the expertise with students built up in the sector. Molenet - The MoLeNET initiative funded and supporte by learnaing and skills network d 104 projects involving approximately 40,000 learners and over 7,000 staff, in the 3 years 2007/08, 2008/09 and 2009/10
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Cumbernauld College has successfully used games consoles for learner engagement, health and fitness, teamwork and curricular activities in both campuses over the past few years and the Nintendo Wii with the Wii Fit and Just Dance having been particularly popular. When the Xbox Kinect became available in December 2010, it seemed a natural progression to purchase this console. Whereas the Wii tracks the player’s movement through a handset, the Kinect tracks the movement of the whole body. Read more.....
Find archived sessions of In Folio presentation In-Folio will be made available to the wider world, as an Open Source application during 2011 and will be licensed under the Creative Commons arrangements which fits well with the move globally to Open Educational Resources. n-Folio has benefits to learners with profound and complex needs, by recording progress, demonstrating support needs or sharing valuable information re transition
Many phones have the QR code software built in; others may require a third party download to install. The software can be downloaded - for example a popular, free Kaywa QR code reader can be found at http://reader.kaywa.com/ , or http://quickmark.com.tw/En/basic/download.asp . For a step-by-step guide see the video clip on creating and using QR codes . One of the key issues in using QR codes successfully is the quality of the phone's camera. Low resolution cameras (less than three megapixels) are unlikely to be able to resolve the QR code reliably. Accessibility commentary This technology is not suitable for blind learners, however there could be advantages for: Learners with milder visual impairments who could have content transmitted via the code to their mobile device, where they can access it in a way that suits them. Learners with dyslexia, or those who have physical difficulties writing notes. Learners with cognitive impairments, who could have links to supporting audio clips or have context sensitive information read to them on speech enabled phones.
Quick Response (or QR) codes are 2-dimensional barcodes capable of encoding significantly more data than a 1-dimensional barcode. They can be read by most phones equipped with a camera. QR codes can contain Plain text, up to 250 characters. SMS messages Web links QR codes link the real world to the virtual world. Posters, displays, Microsoft ® PowerPoint slides, artefacts and even buildings or trees can have printed QR codes placed on them. Learners can use their mobile phone camera to take a picture of the QR code, which is then interpreted virtually instantly - this has the advantage of transferring data accurately and easily from print (e.g. a wall poster) or electronic presentation (e.g. a PowerPoint presentation projected in a classroom or lecture room) onto the learner's own device. Key benefits of QR codes are that they Eliminate transcription errors (especially useful for URLs) Work on standard phones
Learners at the National Star College often had difficulty getting around by bus if they can’t read and can’t remember very well 16/06/11
The College puts travel help information in the form of QR codes onto relevant bus stops in town. Demonstrate reading the code with a mobile phone 16/06/11
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