2nd and concluding part of The Internet of Things (IoT)
In the first IoT blog post , we shared some successful IoT business process and their experience.
What you think and what you learn matters! When it comes to learner engagement, posts, visuals and videos are the ones that tend to click and resonate. To make learning ‘sticky’, the use of these mediums seem to
Change is the only constant thing – a line that makes us to think and ponder. With the gongs of the church bells and the chimes and jingles of Christmas festival getting louder, not to forget the soul-stirring
Concept is what is core to content. By that we mean the delivery of an output that can create or leave an ever-lasting impact on the customer. Concept here pertains to complicated technical scenarios and engineering environments that
What is scenario based learning?
Scenario based learning is a practical approach to learning where in students develop problem solving skills by being exposed to ‘problems’ or ‘cases’ that are replicas of actual scenarios that they may
Technology acts funny at times. It works to make the real virtual, and uses virtual to simulate reality. Take communication for example, face to face communication is now replaced by communication on the world of web
Device agnosticism is a hot topic in the web content development arena. Because of the fact that so many different devices with different screen sizes, specifications and operating systems are releasing every day, content developers are looking for
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