Carl E. Dionne
Carl Dionne grew up in Salem Massachusetts before moving to Hawaii in 1986. After serving a three year enlistment in the United States Navy, he attended the University of Hawaii at Hilo where he received his Bachelors of Science in Computer Science in 1994. This semester he is completing a master’s degree in Educational Technology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Mr. Dionne is also an IT Specialist for the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Upon graduation he plans on using his Educational Technology background to help support CTAHR’s distance education program. When he is not working or being a graduate student, Mr. Dionne likes to spend time with his family and grandchildren.
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- An Introduction to Mobile Apps for K-12 Students with Special Needs: An Instructional Website for Educational Technology Students
Mobile learning is a huge trend in delivering educational content. K-12 institutions are seeing the affordances that mobile learning provides, such as increased engagement and enhanced communication. This is especially important for delivery of education to students with special needs, who directly benefit from the enhanced communication.
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