Monthly Archives: September 2011

Amazon starts attack on tablet PCs

On 28 September amazon announced in New York three new kindle eBook readers starting from 80 US $ and the tablet PC “Fire” for 199 US $. This can be seen as a clear attack against the competitor Apple and … Continue reading

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35$ tablet PC to be introduced in India this month

According to a spot from NDTV india is to introduce this month a tablet PC available only for students for a compelling price of only 35 $! The feature set is quite impressing: Android operating system Open Office SciLab Internet … Continue reading

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Google will announce new web programming language “Dart” at GOTO conference

On 10 Oct 2011 Lars Bak and Gilad Bracha from Google will present a new web programming language “Dart” within at a keynote speech at the GOTO conference in Aarhus, Denmark. According to some rumors Dart shall become an alternative … Continue reading

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Presentation of two eLearning papers at the Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL) conference

I will present this year two papers at the international Interactive Conference on Computer aided learning (ICL). The first paper entitled “The set-up and implementation of fully virtualized lessons with an automated workflow utilizing VMC/Moodle at the Medical University of … Continue reading

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Pilotversuch eLectures an der Medizinischen Universität Graz gestartet

Heute haben wir den Pilotversuch für die Aufzeichnung von Lehrveranstaltungen (“eLectures”) an der Medizinischen Universität Graz gestartet. Es erging per Schreiben ein offizieller Aufruf an die Lehrenden sich bei der Abteilung VMC (Virtueller Medizinischer Campus) zu melden, sollte Interesse an … Continue reading

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