Month: August 2005

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...

Shared limitations of games and classrooms

Clark Aldrich at The Learning Circuits Blog comments that Computer Games and Classrooms already share one limiting feature, namely that they are both self-referential. People,...

The Portal is the Platform

Michael Feldstein at e-Literate has produced a series of posts on the concept of a Learning Management Operating System. The core of his argument is...

Podcast Theory Gap

E-Learning Queen writes about the Podcast Theory Gap: Online learners seem to prefer using audio and web-based information in ways that counter what researchers recommend....

Networked Learning Environment

Blackboard has published a white paper on the Networked Learning Environment. The publication date is shown as October 2004 but I don’t recall seeing it...