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What’s The Market Place For Cloud Based Video Conferencing Bridge Solutions

In this age where there are a variety of enterprise and free video conferencing solutions; educational institutions can be faced with providing a reliable video conferencing platform to ensure consistent program delivery. This can result in standardizing on free solutions like FaceTime, Google+ Hangouts and or Skype technologies. The challenge with this approach is there are various […]

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The Hound Project is pushing the limits on voice recognition. Assistive Technology at another level.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__4e2UIedkg] The California-based SoundHound product releases a demo on YouTube. If this is any idea what speech recognition will look like in the future. The future looks bright. I can not image how this will impact educational applications. The world of education and research will change if you know how to ask the question. […]

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Steve Jobs – Another Take on the Apple Story

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First eBook Publication – People, Education, Technology

Special thanks to Richard Schwier from the ETAD Master Program at the University of Saskatchewan. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/people-education-technology/id1010545811?ls=1&mt=11 https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/people-education-technology/id1010545811?mt=11   The publication includes a number of ETAD Master program essays covering various topics around educational technology.  

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Google Is Looking For Testers For Its Jump VR Video Cameras

How long will it be before this becomes a consumer norm? This would be a great tool for creating VR Tours of school buildings and campuses. Looking forward to seeing what becomes of this project.

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ETAD Masters Program Publication

Special Thanks to Richard Schwier and the U of S ETAD program for publishing our content. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/people-education-technology/id1010545811?ls=1&mt=11

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Changing the way computers could work in the future.

“We already have digital computers to process information. Our goal is not to compete with electronic computers or to operate word processors on this,” Prakash said. “Our goal is to build a completely new class of computers that can precisely control and manipulate physical matter. Imagine if when you run a set of computations that […]

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Manu Prakash: A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami

This truly speaks to innovation and redesign. This could have a huge impact on the Monster Soup of Malaria and disease treatment. Technology doesn’t need to be expensive. Innovation and creativity are priceless. http://www.foldscope.com [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8cF5QPPmWU]

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Canada’s Third Apple Distinguished School

    Congrats to Ecole DrB for being selected as an Apple Distinguished School. School administration, teachers, students and ICT Support Teachers have done a great job. Keep posted for the rest of the story. 15 years in the making and two ADEs later.

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Cold Lake Reflection

Slow day of fishing but a great day to be out on the lake.  66 cm Laker caught in 10 feet of water. Nuts.

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