Author Archives: Paul Tocatlian
By Paul Tocatlian. Bitcoin is a complex topic, covering cryptography, software engineering and economics. It is difficult to grasp its essence with only a superficial look at it. But that is all this article has to offer. We’ll try to answer a few basic questions and wet your appetite for more.
By Paul Tocatlian. Montreal has a lot of phenomenal restaurants and there are a few I try to stop by every time I’m in this beautiful city. One of these restaurants is “Nouilles de Lan zhou”.
By Paul Tocatlian. Download any of these pictures I took during my trip to Vietnam last February to dress up your desktop background.
By Paul Tocatlian. Transforming the moment of instruction into software if no small feat. However, defining and living by a number of core tenets has helped crystallize and focus our development of the Ormi platform.
By Paul Tocatlian. Thought you might enjoy some of the pictures I took last month of motorbikes zipping through the streets of Saigon, Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue, Halong Bay, and Ha Noi.
By Paul Tocatlian. When it comes to classroom instruction, the weakest BYOD link is also the most vital: the moment of teaching and learning. In comes EXO U, the BYOD Learning Project, and the Ormi mobile engagement platform.
By Paul Tocatlian. We’ve come a long way in managing, securing and moving digital content and devices. Yet at the heart of the matter, in the dynamic between teacher and student, most educators approaching BYOD struggle.