Month: May 2005

iStory Creator

Steve Brooks at edugadget writes about iPod Stories – iStory Creator: iPodSoft is a site where you can find some interesting software for your desktop...

Accommodating PDA displays

Derek Morrison at Auricle extends on some previous comments about Filling up experiences at the online filling station: Now I’m still someone who reckons that...

Google-matic Courseware

Scott Sorley speculates about the potential for what he dubs Google-matic Courseware – Real Time Content: I have been busy over the last week testing...

eXe: the eLearning XHTML editor

From across the Tasman the Kiwis present eXe: the eLearning XHTML editor: The eXe project is developing an off-line authoring environment to assist teachers and...

Wired News: No Wrong Answer: Click It

Found in Wired News, this piece, No Wrong Answer: Click It, about the growing use of instant response devices in class. It includes this: Many...

Broad and Narrow Folksonomies

James Robertson at Column Two points to a post at Personal InfoCloud Explaining and Showing Broad and Narrow Folksonomies: I have been explaining the broad...

Podcasting

Peter Ford writes about Podcasting in the TES: Podcasting was covered in the Times Educational Supplement yesterday. It is the ice-breaking article that will be...

Podcasting

Peter Ford writes about Podcasting in the TES: Podcasting was covered in the Times Educational Supplement yesterday. It is the ice-breaking article that will be...

Mobile Learning

George Siemens shares some thoughts about Mobile Learning: He points to various sources including an article, Enabling Mobile Learning, in the current issue of Educause...