This post about digital resources is eclectic because it deals with five different topics: prototyping, CSS, Social Media, Digital Marketing and Chrome browser.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #32: prototyping, CSS and Social Media
For months I’ve regularly published resources for WordPress, Social Media and learning because they are hot topics in the current digital transformation. Notice, that they form like an ecosystem: WordPress is a platform where learning content can be put online and then shared by Social Media.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #21: WordPress, learning and Social Media
I have started to attend to the MOOC ‘Design & Development of Educational Technology‘ provided by the MIT and leaded by Eric Kopfler from the Education Arcade lab.
Until the Unit 2, content is mostly theoretical, so it barely feeds my weekly digital posts 🙂
However, you are proposed to read some info about apps for teaching and learning, tips for serious games and how to handle with distraction among students.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #18: apps for teaching, Serious Game and YouTube videos
This weekly digital resources post is quite unusual because I provide only four links (however you know that less is more) and they concern topics I have almost never covered: quiz (in French, sorry 😛 ), multimedia (photos, videos, music) editors, Excel and Android apps.
Feel free to give feedback, post a comment with your resources, or ask for support, help or suggestion about digital stuff.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #16: quiz, multimedia editors and Excel
The digital world is so wide: resources for this week regard eLearning, WordPress and mobile apps, so I have not done any coding during a couple of weeks now… Too bad, I was starting with Web Components thanks to the outstanding css-tricks.com website.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #15: eLearning, WordPress and apps
Aside, I’ve read an interesting benchmark with advantages and drawbacks of the two main current databases management systems: “relational” (RDBMS) and “NoSQL“.
However, there are other links about WordPress due to its new upgrade to version 4.4 “Clifford”, Android code editors, and it becomes an habit, a resource about eLearning.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #11: web development, WordPress, eLearning
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Even if there are plenty of different screen sizes, here is a template for most standard media queries in CSS.
Continue reading CSS Media Queries for standard devices