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Thieme Hennis

Curatr - Motivate your learners to truly engage with online learning - 33 views

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    social learning platform /software plus iPad app.
Dianne Rees

Microsoft Learning: Rapidly Create Online Courses - 19 views

  • The LCDS allows anyone in the Microsoft Learning community to publish e-learning courses by completing the easy-to-use LCDS forms that seamlessly generate highly customized content, interactive activities, quizzes, games, assessments, animations, demos, and other multimedia.
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    Just curious if anyone has used this. Any likes? Dislikes?
Allison Kipta

Professor: Web 2.0 an awkward fit for the academic world - 0 views

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    Martin Weller is Professor of Educational Technology at OU-UK, and was instrumental in developing its first e-learning initiatives. He blogs at The Ed Techie, but his essay was part of a special edition of the education journal On the Horizon. Authors contributing to the special edition (which isn't yet available) were asked to contribute a blog post describing their articles in a condensed form; Weller's post appeared at the editor's blog.
Allison Kipta

SocialLearn: Bridging the Gap Between Web 2.0 and Higher Education at e-Literate - 0 views

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    Higher education faces a challenge. It may not now it yet, but it does. And the challenge is this - when learners have been accustomed to very facilitative, usable, personalisable and adaptive tools both for learning and socialising, why will they accept standardised, unintuitive, clumsy and out of date tools in formal education they are paying for? It won't be a dramatic revolution (students accept lower physical accommodation standards when they leave home for university after all), but instead there will be a quiet migration. The monolithic LMSs will be deserted, digital tumbleweed blowing down their forums. Students will abandon these in favour of their tools, the back channel will grow and it will be constituted from content and communication technologies that don't require a training course to understand and that come with a ready made community.
    This may seem like just a technological issue, but it runs deeper than this.
Allison Kipta

Wired Campus: The Battle Between Web 2.0 and the Classroom - Chronicle.com - 0 views

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    The collaborative nature of Web 2.0 tools and the structure of higher education seem to be in conflict, says Martin Weller, a professor of educational technology at the Open University, in Britain, in a recent blog post on e-Literate.
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