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The P-I-C-K Structure For Maximum Engagement With Mobile Content

Our research of interactive multimedia continues to reveal new insights into how mobile users – especially younger users – respond to new structures for content. Yes, we know that mobile users spend less time with less content than users of … Continue reading

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Explaining How To Engage Students on Laptops

Participating in the “Summer Institute on Teaching and Learning with New(er) Technologies” is helping me to design research for my fall course, “Information 3.0.” ┬áCollaborating with 16 colleagues from across the University of Maryland campus revealed how different disciplines plan … Continue reading

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Explaining New Methods For Teaching and Learning

That’s the best way to describe the past five days for me given: (1) my presentation of “Information 3.0″ at our new building’s dedication ceremonies; (2) another presentation to a consortium of 12 member universities visiting campus; (3) another presentation … Continue reading

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Explaining “the next era of news”

There is not a more appropriate time for our College to that slogan in quotes. The College is moving forward with its new building and its new web site, the faculty is moving forward with new curricular changes, and I … Continue reading

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