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Kelly Gorcica

Towards Reflective BlogTalk - 0 views

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    "Konrad Glogowski "
Lisa Martin

"Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel." Socrates... - 1 views

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    My most recent blog. I would LOVE some feedback on the question I posed at the end!
Catherine Strattner

The Importance of First Impressions in an Online World | Straight North Internet Market... - 0 views

  • Cliché as it may be, first impressions do last in the cyber world. Since Internet users often choose online methods because of its efficiency, accessibility and reliability, it is greatly important to offer these things as soon as a visitor lands on your page. Chances are if your prospective audience/customer cannot find what he or she is looking for in your site in eight seconds, he or she will be off checking out your competitors.
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    Context is online marketing, but can be connected to online course design.
Maree Michaud-Sacks

sharing what i know » Blog Archive » the cms is a dinosaur …and you know what... - 0 views

  • I naturally resist and feel uncomfortably confined by the locked down nature of the CMS… i mean really, is a “blog” that is locked into a CMS really a blog? No!!!!!!!! you can’t just call it a chicken when it is a duck!!!! Part of what makes it a blog is the fact that it is public – anyone can see it and interact with it. It also represents you publicly, belongs to you/you own it/it is yours to have and use, and to keep it beyond the end of the course and term - that is an authentic online learning activity! That is why i also thought it essential that the shared resources for the course be external to the CMS using diigo… i want my students to have access to the resources after the course ends!
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    Alex's reasons for moving from a course management system (CMS) to moodle for course delivery. If you are wondering why we are engaging on so many external sites, this is recommended reading.
Lisa Martin

Thanks for the link Alex! - 0 views

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    I loved this Kindergarten blog so much I posted it to my own blog to talk about!
Maree Michaud-Sacks

Blended Learning Design - 1 views

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    my last official bookmark for this class.
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    this article has a "white paper" style, but relates instructional design theories to each "ingredient"
Diane Gusa

Cognition, Affect, and Learning - a knol by Barry Kort - 2 views

  • our "learning curve" does not gracefully ascend but has "wiggles" in it as the learning process advances and retreats.
Diane Gusa

Education And Learning: A Paradigm Shift - Part 2 - How To Prepare Yourself For A Meani... - 0 views

  • Instead of collecting knowledge, discovering it. Instead of receiving it, trying to seek it, to answer some kind of questions, something that's meaningful to me.
  • For me to learn today is about being properly connected to other people, being able to find information when I want.
  • Having tools at my disposal that allow me to access different sources of information, and also having a network of people that enables me to reach out, ask questions when I need it.
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  • In a real very practical sense, my ability to connect to other people, is learning for me. My ability to find information sources through easy-to-use tools is learning for me. And ultimately, anything whether it's policy, government initiatives, copyright, or any other system that puts up barriers between me and my ability to connect to others and information, it is ultimately a barrier to my learning.
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