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Date
28th October 2009

Time
08:30am -10:00am

Location
St. Andrews House, Norwich, NR2 4TP

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The 40 apps in 40 minutes list

October 29th, 2009

Following on from the success of the 40 applications in 40 minutes event here is the full list of apps, including 3 new ones supplied by Rob Alton.

The Awesome Highlighter >> Highlight text on web pages

Ning lets you create and join new social networks for your interests and passions.

Wired Teachers - Where C21st educators connect

Real Projects on Twitter - we share great resources that we find

Twitterfall

YouTube - The Twitter Experiment - UT Dallas

Zamzar - Free online file conversion

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

Spezify - Visual Search

Visuwords online graphical dictionary and thesaurus

bubbl.us | Home

TED: Ideas worth spreading

HowStuffWorks - Learn How Everything Works!

IBM INNOV8 2.0 - resources for business

Corel Photo Programs - some free trials available

Hot Potatoes Home Page

Welcome to Wikispaces - Free Wikis for Everyone

Main Page - FreeMind - free mind mapping software

Gliffy - Diagram software

Prezi - The zooming presentation editor

Free PowerPoint to Flash Converter | Convert PPT to Flash Free | PowerPoint to Flash Freeware

Upload & Share PowerPoint presentations and documents

Xtranormal | Text-to-Movie

YouTube - norfolk elearning forum - our xtranormal video

animoto - the end of slideshows

animoto - real projects portfolio - an example

PhotoPeach - free photo slideshows with music

BigHugeLabs: Do fun stuff with your photos

Read The Words

Main Page - OpenSim

Scratch | Home | imagine, program, share

udutu | online learning simulations made easy

SurveyMonkey.com - Powerful tool for creating web surveys. Online survey software made easy!

Create free online surveys and polls with PollDaddy.com - Use our award winning survey software to conduct your research.

Pageflakes

Netvibes

Online Meeting, Web Conferencing, Desktop Sharing and Remote Support with Mikogo

Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder

Dosize: Resize digital photo images online - Free!

Google Sketch Up

OpenOffice.org - The Free and Open Productivity Suite

Visible Body | 3D Human Anatomy

Google Maps Mashup where you can view running plans around the world

Loads of resources for teachers - videos, lesson plans etc.

We Choose The Moon. An interactive experience recreating the historic Apollo 11 mission to the Moon in real time.

Xerte — free Flash based system with built in accessibility functions

Exe - open source authoring tool

GLO Maker - creates reusable learning objects with Flash output

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Our Next Event - 28th October - Find out about free software for learning!

October 1st, 2009

The next Norfolk e-learning forum will be held on 28th October 2009 at the Financial Services Academy.

This interactive session will be led by Scott Hewitt who will take you on a tour of the latest open source and free development and learning tools that you can use.

The event will also show how you can use many of the tools in your organisation. We will take a look at many of the more familar applications as well as some that are less well known.

If Moodle, Twitter, Skype, xtranormal, opensim, mikogo, open office, Dim Dim, Firefox, Audacity sound interesting then come along to find out more/

To reserve a place please email info@realprojects.co.uk or use the booking form.

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game based learning - resources

May 13th, 2009

For those of you who attended the session today here is the link to Russell’s resources:

http://www.andertontiger.com/realprojects/

Dan and Adam will also be providing their slides in the coming days.

You can play the stress me less game at www.stressmeless.org

If you want anymore information about the event please call the Real Projects office or email us:

http://www.realprojects.co.uk/contact.php

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one day to go!

May 12th, 2009

Less than 24 hours to go until the Game Based Learning event. The response has been brilliant, the room capacity is 90 people and we’ve got 90 people coming along!

We are really excited to be able to listen to Dan and Russell share their experience and show how games are being in learning. There has been a great deal of interest in the virtual PE teacher and there will be plently of time to give it a try.

Lunch is available from 12:30 so please coming along, meet some of the other delegates, try some games out and get some lunch!

After the event Russell will be his presentation and resources available for download. On the day you’ll be able to send him a text and he’ll email you the link.

As well as the speakers we have students from NUCA and City College showcasing some of the work that they have completed this year.

If you are thinking of coming along and haven’t reserved a place can you please call our office first on 01603 762772 to see if there has been a cancellation. Sadly we can’t allow more than 90 people into the room.

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Game Based Learning - 13th May 2009

May 7th, 2009

There has never been a better time to take a closer look at this kind of technology and with plenty of evidence and case studies that confirm the learning benefits of games based learning this has to be at the top of your agenda.

Keynote speaker
Russell Prue is an Award Winning ICT Evangelist and has presented to HM The Queen, members of the Royal Family, Heads of State and Ministers from the UK. He enjoys a high profile as the best known ICT Evangelist in the UK.

Russell will be showing a new concept in PE and Dance Exercise education with the Virtual PE Teacher, pulling a “Bollywood” or “Salsa” instructor out of thin-air is something that technology can now do. He will also show a 30 multi-user gaming system that develops cognitive and higher level thinking skills through the use of competitive game play. Russell will also show you “how to use a Nintendo Wii Fit” to improve your concentration skills!

Find out more about Russell at http://www.andertontiger.com/

E-learning through ARG (Alternate Reality Games)
Dan Mayers is an experienced games designer with a portfolio that includes work for Disney, Eidos, PlayStation Magazine and development work on the Tomb Raider series.

Games Room
During the afternoon we will have a range of games devices that you’ll be able to try. As well as the traditional games we’ll also be showing learning games that have been developed for the PlayStation Portable and touchscreen devices.

How to book
To reserve a place you can use the booking form on this website or by contacting Real Projects on 01603 762772

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The Norfolk e-learning Forum

May 5th, 2009

The Norfolk e-learning forum is held 4 times a year and is organised by Real Projects. The aim is to provide a forum where business and education comes together to share ideas about elearning and learning technologies.

Real Projects are e-learning developers based in Norwich providing a range of services including custom e-learning solutions.

The events are held at the Financial Services Academy and supported by City College Norwich which is one of the largest and most comprehensive colleges of further and higher education in the UK offering a range of courses.

Our events are free and there is no membership required!

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18th MARCH 2009 - OUR NEXT EVENT

May 5th, 2009

E-LEARNING LED BY LEARNING

Our next event will be an interactive session led by Richard Hubbard from Alphasmart.

How much work would you do if you had to share a keyboard? Well, we have all seen it in countless ICT suites and classrooms … one types and decides what to type, while the other thinks about what they will do after school that evening.

How much easier it would be if two keyboards were provided. Well Neo by AlphaSmart offers this facility. Just attach it as you would to send work and it will work happily work alongside the existing keyboard.

Richard will be bringing a complete set of Alphasmart NEO machines for this interactive session where we will look at writing, assessment, and effective integration of ICT. Booking is essential so that we can ensure that we have enough machines for everyone who wants to attend.

The Neo2 is a robust portable learning machine that can withstand a drop of one metre and can be powered for over 700 hours on just 3 AA batteries.

The event will feature a series of interactive sessions where everyone can contribute!
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This will be an interactive session so please book so we can make sure we have enough NEO devices for everyone!

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