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Gaby K. Slezák

Try It Free - Coding App for Kids | codeSpark Academy - 7 views

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    7 days for free, 99 US$ for life
Gaby K. Slezák

Online Diagram Software to draw Flowcharts, UML & more | Creately - 22 views

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    From 5€ per month: Create stunning diagrams alone or collaboratively and use a plethora of ready-to-go free templates - from SWOT-Analysis to Flowcharts für eLearning.
Kerry J

Sit down and get charged up! Registration - Eventbrite - 23 views

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    Knowledge is power - but how do you plug into new ideas when organisational budgets are flipping the switch on PD?  There is a wealth of opportunities that won't cost the earth or force you to travel it to be found online - and there's more to explore than MOOCs and webinars. 
Darcy Goshorn

Camp Magic MacGuffin - FAQ - 45 views

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    What a great idea for faculty professional development or any kind of sustained, elearning that needs to occur over the summer months. Creative, motivational, feature-rich, easy to use.  Beautiful.
Carsten Schmidt

Coursera - 31 views

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    Eine Ansammlung von Kursen, der besten Dozenten, der besten Universität der Welt
Tero Toivanen

7 Strategies to Make Your Online Teaching Better | Inside Higher Ed - 46 views

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    Great tips for Online Teaching.
Peter Shanks

A Personal Cyberinfrastructure - 18 views

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    "So, how might colleges and universities shape curricula to support and inspire the imaginations that students need? Here's one idea. Suppose that when students matriculate, they are assigned their own web servers-not 1GB folders in the institution's web space but honest-to-goodness virtualized web servers of the kind available for $7.99 a month from a variety of hosting services" - should be a no-brainer for web development or any creative courses
Dennis OConnor

Emerging Asynchronous Conversation Models : eLearning Technology - 15 views

  • The standard model for asynchronous conversations is discussion forum software like vBulletin.  I've talked before about the significant value that can be obtained as part of Discussion Forums for Knowledge Sharing at Capital City Bank and how that translates in a Success Formula for Discussion Forums in Financial Services.  I also looked at Making Intranet Discussion Groups Effective.
  • However, I've struggled with the problem of destinations vs. social networks and the spread of conversation (see Forums vs. Social Networks). 
  • Talkwheel  is made to handle real-time group conversations and asynchronous ones.  It can act as an instant messaging service a bit like Yammer, HipChat for companies and other groups, but the layout is designed to make these discussions easier to see, archive, and work asynchronously.
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  • Talkwheel’s design makes class conversations easier to follow, more interactive, and more effectively organized. It eliminates the problem of navigating multithreaded conversations, enables real-time group conversation, and makes referencing asynchronous conversations much easier. Talkwheel’s dashboard organization allows teachers to organize all their classes and projects in one centralized location, while Talkwheel's analytics helps teachers and administrators quantitatively monitor their students’ progress throughout the year.
  • Quora is a Q&A site nicely integrated with Facebook that has done a good job providing a means to ask questions and get answers.
  • Quora has been able to form quite an elite network of VCs, entrepreneurs, and other experts to answer questions.  They've also created topic pages such as: Learning Management System. 
  • Finally, Namesake, is a tool for real-time and asynchronous conversations.  It's a bit like Quora but more focused on conversation as compared to Q&A and it allows real-time conversation a bit like twitter.  You can see an example of a conversation around phones below.
  • All of these point to new types of conversation models that are emerging in tools.
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    Threaded discussion is an old technology. It's inspiring to think of new ways we can talk together at a distance that allow integration of both synchronous and asynchronous technology. I often thing we'll look back on the course management systems we use today and think of them as something like a 300 baud modem. Eyes Front! What's over the horizon line?
Dimitris Tzouris

EDEN - 12 views

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    European Distance and E-Learning Network
mbarek Akaddar

Share your Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011 - 36 views

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    Share your Top 10 Tools to help build the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011#lists #tools
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