Check out my new Mobile Learning and eLearning Site

For the last 6 months I’ve been working on finding and testing a Learning Management System (LMS) with complimentary Mobile App for course consumption for 100% mobile learning courses I will be offering.

We are now live.

InternetCollege.co is a go. Soon to be THE destination for Mobile and eLearning in Ireland, UK, Europe and….. The World!

Internet College will be offering RoSPA Health and Safety courses to begin and we have a long line of HR and Computer Skills courses in production. We also have a huge team of content creators on hand to create mobile and elearning course for clients.

The app is pretty cool, in that it stores all you training records and relevant documentation (Drivers License, Safepass, ID, Audit Forms, Reports) in the app to make it easy to retrieve when needed to present on site. It is available for Android and iOS.

It even has a QR code feature allows you to do a lookup on a students training record from within the app.

If you are involved in eLearning or Mobile Learning within you company, I’d love for you to check it out.

If you would like a demo of the app or the LMS let me know and I’ll set you up on the system.

You can get to the site by clicking here: InternetCollege.co

Please check it out and let me know what you think.

P.S. We have a 10% Discount offer on all eLearning and Mobile Learning courses , you can find the code on The Blog.

Want to help prevent online bullying? Comment on Facebook

Originally posted on ideas.ted.com:

As TED’s social media editor, I have seen a lot of nasty comments. I’ve seen grown men and women deride a 14-year-old girl for her choice of dress. I’ve seen them say they’re revolted by a beautiful transgender woman. On every talk about race, I’ve seen a slew of racist comments. But none have ever been as bad as the comments we got when we published Monica Lewinsky’s TED Talk, The Price of Shame. At least at first.

When Monica spoke at TED2015, held in March in Vancouver, the audience in the room received her with warmth and generosity of spirit. Many who’d had reservations were swayed by her talk. We saw this kind, vulnerable, strong woman who wanted to be heard — a woman who knew what was at stake for the victims of public shaming and who deeply hoped to get her message right. For someone scarred…

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Control Your Identity on Social Media, or Someone Else Will

Originally posted on thesocialworkpad:

With the new year just in, I couldn’t help but share this informative slideshare made by Susan M. Bearden, about managing your online identity.  This information is so important for all to be aware of, especially our students, who know no other way than getting acquainted through social media.  You can get other great information from following Susan on twitter @s_bearden.  

This is funny but so true.  Have you ever been in a scenario where there is a group of people all interacting and sharing.  The teens in the group seem to not interact with each other, or so you think.  This is where social media comes into play.  All it takes is a small conversation consisting of, “are you on instagram, and what’s your snapchat name,” and its all done.  Your teens/young adults get social, often in the same room, while the party is going on, on separate…

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3 Tips for Safeguarding Your Family’s Smart Phones

Originally posted on TheMinistryMom.com:


Unlocked Padlock Mobile Phone Shows Access Or ProtectionToday, it seems as if our families and ministries are under servere attack from our enemies:
 the world, the flesh and the devil. Now, more than ever, it is imperative for us as moms and dads or husbands and wives to walk with the Lord and to safe guard our home technology from the attacks of our adversaries. Never has there been so much opportunity for good to be done for the Lord, and never has there been a time when so much could be lost.

As a Christian and as a man that sells cellphones everyday by trade, I’ve had to ask the Lord and ask my wife for ways to safeguard our family from certain snares we could fall into. Technology is all around us today; the noise of ringtones and text-tones; selfies, tweets and posts can all been seen all about us. As you read this, look in your hand…

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25+ apps to make your everyday life easier

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Favorite_appsAt our small, fast-moving nonprofit company, everyone does a couple of jobs — and productivity apps help us manage roles that shift between coding, writing/designing and running a full-scale conference twice a year. We asked the TED staff what apps they can’t live without. And beyond the classics—Instagram, Google Maps, Spotify, Uber, Seamless—we found some great apps that might help you too. (A star denotes that the app is free, or at least has a free version.)

 

For random life stuff…

Dark Sky
A weather app with startling accuracy, its interface tells you things like: “Light rain starting in 22 minutes.” It also shows you beautiful weather maps that let you play local-news weather expert. “It’s like a wizard,” says our CTO, Gavin Hall. “If this app were available in the 1600s, it would have been burned at the stake for witchcraft.”

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