Tag: Teaching

Invisibility of knowledge work

Jim McGee writes at Enterprise Systems about The Invisibility of Knowledge Work: For all the productivity gains that accrue to the digitization of knowledge work,...

Standards for online content authors

Rachel McAlpine in New Zealand provides some Standards for online content authors: The standards on this page include non-technical standards relevant to all web authors...

SITE 2005

This post is something of a departure from my usual quick notes about other sites. It’s a very minor revision of my mandated report to...

Why do teachers get to learn the most?

From Athabasca via e-JIST A common report from anecdotal writing over many generations of educators is that it is the teacher who usually learns the...

ePortfolio challenge

From Auricle Ok, let’s say we’re keen to see our students value and use e-portfolios. Or, let’s say we’ve developed an educational programme that ‘requires’...

Media literacy

Via Mathemagenic Media literacy: from reading to writing and beyond Richard MacManus: I’m currently reading Lawrence Lessig’s new book, Free Culture, which is available as...