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Diana Cary

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 0 views

  • Traditional course management systems such as Blackboard, Moodle, or WebCT provide integrated solutions for faculty to post course content, assignments, and student grades.
  • They are often document-centered, allowing instructors to post PowerPoint slides, Word and PDF files, and other course content for students to access. In addition, many course management systems allow students to log in to check grades, submit assignments, or take exams electronically. The responsibility lies with the instructor to create the course content for students to download or access.  
Diane Gusa

The Use of Blogs, Wikis and RSS in Education: A Conversation of Possibilities. - 0 views

    Duffy, Peter and Bruns, Axel (2006) The Use of Blogs, Wikis and RSS in Education: A Conversation of Possibilities. In Proceedings Online Learning and Teaching Conference 2006, pages pp. 31-38, Brisbane.
    Educational uses of wikis, blogs and RSS feeds
Kristen Della

Feminism Wiki - 1 views

    Feminism Wiki
Joy Quah Yien-ling

Wiki Sample on Wetpaint - 0 views

    Exemplar of effective use of wiki as a repository of learning for a class. Supports embedding of different types of resources
Catherine Strattner

OER Commons - 0 views

    • alexandra m. pickett
      Join the OER Commons and browse its collections for resources that you might be able to use in your online course to achieve one of your learning objectives.

      This resource is free to join and to use any of the resources posted.

      : ) me
    • diane hamilton
      Just joined! This one is new to me. Thanks!
    • Irene Watts-Politza
      What a great resource for instructional design!
    Open Educational Resources Commons - link to hundreds of OER sites
    A great way to collaborate and get some inspiration.
Anne Gomes

PBworks | Online Team Collaboration - 0 views

shared by Anne Gomes on 04 Jun 09 - Cached
    Collaborative projects online
alexandra m. pickett

Join PBwiki summer camp and earn a free classroom wiki - The Daily Peanut - 0 views

    a lot of educators have heard about wikis but just aren't sure how to use them in the classroom. In PBwiki Summer Camp you will learn the best way to structure your classroom site, engage your students with audio and video and connect with experienced wiki mentors.

    At the end of the summer, Campers who have followed the program receive a free platinum wiki for the school year, as well as some fun swag along the way.
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