Tag: E-learning

Esquire wikis article on Wikipedia

CNET News.com describes how Esquire wikis article on Wikipedia. The experiment began wit the posting of a rough draft to Wikipedia. After close to 400...

Podcasting for learning

The Otter Group has published a 1.6 MB PDF document on Podcasting for learning. The 12 page document includes some background about podcasting, examples of...

Blogging and learning

Will Richardson at Weblogg-ed – The Read/Write Web in the Classroom has posted a reflection in which he brings together recent posts by George Siemens...

The Web 2.0 Is Here

This post by Dion Hinchcliffe appears to be a useful stepping off point for anybody wanting a quick introduction to Web 2.0. Among other things...

Web 2.0: The Power Behind the Hype

This teaser for a conference presentation, Web 2.0: The Power Behind the Hype, is worth a look for its insights into the variety of technologies...

Educational ecosystems

George Siemens has posted in his Connectivism Blog about Designing ecosystems versus designing learning. His point is that many of our contrived instructional designs do...

Personal Learning Environment

Scott Wilson has posted a scenario about his conceptualisation of a Personal Learning Environment that would overcome some of the difficulties inherent in the replacement...

Online learning and Web 2.0

The EdTech Posse has posted a podcast of a session they had Talking with Stephen Downes about online learning and Web 2.0. Among the snippets...

E-Learning: Channels, piracy, and outrage

Clark Aldrich at The Learning Circuits Blog writes about how we might know when “formal e-learning hits the big time”. He suggests three signs to...