Month: March 2012

Daily post 03/14/2012

Weaving The Social Layer Across Your Organization Command and control just doesn’t cut it for managing 21st century organisations. Can we make the jump to...

Daily post 03/12/2012

Information quality & learners DERN provides a synopsis of a Harvard research report about information use of youth. Interesting notes about approaches to assessing quality...

Daily post 03/11/2012

Introducing The Curator’s Code: A Standard for Honoring Attribution of Discovery Across the Web | Brain Pickings ᔥ It will be interesting to see if...

Daily post 03/09/2012

edWeb.net – Networking, resource sharing, collaboration, and professional development for the education community edWeb may be very useful as a starting point for students/teachers wanting...

SITE 2012 Day 4

The keynote on the final day of the conference was delivered by Mark Milliron, Chancellor of Western Governors University. This was a clear case of...

SITE 2012 Day 3

Making it down the I-35 for an 8:30 start with the keynote rather than rushing for a 7:30 SIG meeting allowed for some extra sleep...

SITE 2012 Day 2

My time at SITE has been busy enough to negate my good intentions of compiling this report on a daily basis. Here I am at...

SITE 2012 Day 1

Our hotel breakfast was simple, bagels and cream cheese, but slower than anticipated and traffic was heavier than on Sunday so we were late for...

Microsoft TEI at SITE 2012

I spent Sunday at the SITE – Microsoft Teacher Education Initiative meeting. It was a very full day, beginning with breakfast at 7:30 am and...

Daily post 03/01/2012

Why IFTTT Could Be the Killer Blogging Tool for 2012 ifttt is a handy tool for automating all sorts of stuff on the web #qsite...