Interactive activities designed for tablets teaching Colour, Planograms, Composition and Sizing

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Since the Flash player disappeared, the alternatives to interactive content have been interesting. Thankfully there has been some effort put into creating some alternatives, but at it’s basic form, using JavaScript and the HTML5 Canvas can be used to duplicate many of the old flash activities we used to use in education. Here is a […]

2017 Is this the year of the online video or is this just the start?

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Online video statistics for 2016 See http://www.digitalistmag.com/customer-experience/2015/12/11/17-stats-prove-2016-year-of-video-03849305 Fact #1: Online video now accounts for 50% of all mobile traffic. Fact #2: Last year online video accounted for 64% of all consumer Internet traffic, and this number is expected to rise to 69% by 2017 and 79% by 2018. Fact #3: 78% of people watch videos online […]

ITEC 2013 – Interactive Education in Real Time – Sydney Opera House

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A presentation was made at ITEC in the Sydney Opera House 2013 by Chris Richter The Document below provides details about the presentation. Abstract Often web based interactive education materials are static or involve complicated Flash based development or high end servers, complicated authentication and expensive software licencing just to allow multi user interaction. Chris […]