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Sirpa Mazarakis

EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing - 0 views

  • EtherPad EtherPad is the only web-based word processor that allows people to work together in really real-time. When multiple people edit the same document simultaneously, any changes are instantly reflected on ev
SusaPitk Pitkänen

Miten netti tukee oppimista? - 31 views

Vähän jälkijunassa tässäkin keskustelun pätkässä jota on näemmä käyty jo kesähelelteillä: Juu moodle kaipaa kovasti interaktiivisuutta ja liekö kehittäjiensä näkemys todella noin yksisuuntainen...

oppiminen internet

Leena Helttula

What is Web 3.0? Semantic Web & other Web 3.0 Concepts Explained in Plain English - 1 views

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    Kiitos tästä linkistä! Siinä on monta hyvän tuntuista esitystä liittyen Web 3.0:aan. En millään malta olla mainitsematta keskustelua, jota kävimme Pedacasting-kurssilla asiaan liittyen http://pedacast.ning.com/forum/topics/web-30 . Huomaan ilokseni, että Web 3.0 on hengissä ja voi hyvin. Tuntuu etteivät edes markkinamiehet ole sitä päässeet pilaamaan. Kiitos siitä kuuluu varmasti kaikille avoimen oppimisen kannattajille ja kehittäjille. Eli siis myös meille!
Mervi Jansson

Material | MindTrek - 1 views

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    Mindtrekin materiaalit
Tero Toivanen

Finland Guarantees Right to Broadband Internet Access | Singularity Hub - 0 views

  • Earlier in the year, legislators had promised 100 Mbps by the end of 2015, but on Wednesday the Ministry of Transportation and Communication announced an intermediate step: 1Mbps by July 2010 for Finland’s more than 5 million citizens. The news, reported via the Finnish broadcasting company YLE, makes Finland the first country in the world to declare broadband internet access a right.
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    On Wednesday the Ministry of Transportation and Communication announced an intermediate step: 1Mbps by July 2010 for Finland's more than 5 million citizens. The news, reported via the Finnish broadcasting company YLE, makes Finland the first country in the world to declare broadband internet access a right.
Tero Toivanen

YouTube - Google Wave Overview - 0 views

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    Tässä taas yksi esitys Google Wavesta. Se onneksi lyhyt ja tiivis. En ole vielä saanut Wavea, mutta näyttää todella hyvältä ajansäästönkin kannalta. Pystyy tekemään melkein mitä vain yhdellä ainoalla välineellä.
Tero Toivanen

Readability - An Arc90 Lab Experiment - 3 views

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    Tämä on työväline, jota käytän jatkuvasti. Mielestäni tämä myös säästää aikaa, sillä se tekee sivut helppolukuisiksi. Minulla se on selaimen palkissa koko ajan esillä ja sitä painamalla web-sivu muuttuu valitsemaani fonttiin, fonttikokoon ja rivin pituuteen. Loistava ja yksinkertainen!
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    Täytyy myöntää, että hyvä työväline onkin. Testasin mielenkiinnosta useilla sivuilla ja kyllä luettavuus parani valtavasti.
Tero Toivanen

Open education - 0 views

  • a wiki devoted to the discussion and development of ideas about open education (http://terrywassall.org/wiki/)
  • what does it mean to be an open learner in terms of the practicalities of defining learning needs and objectives, finding and evaluating open learning resources, finding and connecting and working with other open learners and sources of expertise and advice; in short, creating an appropriate and effective personalised learning environment and network based on open platforms and applications, open educational resources and open networks of learners and scholars. 
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    What does it mean to be an open learner in terms of the practicalities of defining learning needs and objectives?
Tero Toivanen

The Open Scholar - 0 views

  • Open Scholars Create Open Scholars Use and Contribute Open Educational Resources Open Scholars Self Archive Open Scholars Apply their research Open Scholars do Open Research Open Scholars Filter and Share With Others Open Scholars support emerging Open Learning alternatives Open Scholars Publish in Open Access Journals Open Scholars Create Open Access Books Open Scholars comment openly on the works of others Open Scholars Build Networks Open Scholars Lobby for Copyright Reform Open Scholars Assign Open Textbooks Open Scholars Induce Open Students Open Scholars support Open Students Open Scholars Teach Open Courses Open Scholars Research Openness Open Scholars are Change Agents Open Scholars Battle with Time Open Scholars are Involved in the Future
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    Tästä blogista löytyi määritelmä siitä, mitä voisi olla "avoimet oppijat".
Minna Artimo

Keittokirja aloittelevalle verkko-opettajalle - eNorssi - 2 views

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    Näyttäisi olevan perusasiaa selkeän näköisesti. Ainakin äidinkieleen lyhyt vinkkiluettelo, ei siis mene paljon aikaa :)
Tero Toivanen

Writer - Windows Live - 1 views

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    Live Writerilla kirjoittelet helposti omaan blogiisi, jos olet Windows-käyttäjä.
Tero Toivanen

ScreenToaster - ScreenToaster Screencast Video - 1 views

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    Demo about how to use ScreenToaster.
A Rongas

PubSubHubbub (Mitäh?) - ,sanoi Erkka. - 2 views

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    "PubSubHubbub on nimihirviö, johon verkkoviestinnästä kiinnostuneiden kannattaa kiinnittää huomiota. Sana sisältää viittaukset julkaisemiseen (publish), tilaamiseen (subscribe) ja hubiin (="keskitin", hub)."
Leena Helttula

Ajankäytöstä ja informaatiotulvasta - 6 views

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    Oma panokseni viikon tehtävään. Omaelämäkerrallinen tarina siitä, miten ajan käyttöä voi oppia hallitsemaan
Mervi Jansson

Resources | EDUCAUSE - 3 views

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    educause resource center
Tero Toivanen

Nexus | the human network - 1 views

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      Harppaus!
  • The next twelve months will be crucial. If we can only change the way we think about what is possible, we will change what is possible. It’s a big ask. It’s the challenge of our times. Will we rise to meet it? Can we make an agreement to share what we know and what we do? That’s all it takes. So simple and so profound.
  • When the histories of our time are written a hundred years from now, sharing is the salient feature which historians will focus upon.
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  • Another example of sharing, just as relevant to educators, comes from a site which launched back in 1999 as TeacherRatings.com. Like Wikipedia, it grew slowly, and went through ownership changes, emerging finally as RateMyProfessors.com, which is owned by MTV, and which now boasts ten million ratings of one million professors, lecturers and instructors. This huge wealth of ratings came about because RateMyProfessors.com attached itself to the innate desire to share. Students want to share their experiences with their instructors, and RateMyProfessors.com gives them a forum to do just that.
  • Knowledge seems to have a gravitational quality; when enough of it is gathered together in one place, it attracts more knowledge. That’s certainly the story of Wikipedia, which has grown to encompass more than three million articles in English, on nearly every topic under the sun. Wikipedia is only the most successful of many efforts to produce a ‘collective intelligence’ out of the ‘wisdom of crowds’.
  • This is the era of sharing
  • That shared knowledge, put to work, changes the power balance within the university. For the last six hundred years, universities have been able to saddle students with lousy instructors – who might happen to be fantastic researchers – and there wasn’t much that students could do about it except grumble. Now, with RateMyProfessors.com, students can pass their hard-won knowledge down to subsequent generations of students. The university proposes, the student disposes. Worse still, the instructors receiving the highest ratings on RateMyProfessors.com have been the subjects of bidding wars, as various universities try to woo them, and add them to their faculties. All of this has given students a power they’ve never had, a power they never could have until they began to share their experiences, and translate that shared knowledge into action.
  • The Government wants us to adopt a different point of view. With the National Broadband Network (NBN), they intend to build a fibre-optic infrastructure which will deliver at least 100 megabit-per-second connections to every home, every school, and every business in Australia. Although no one has come out and said it explicitly, it’s clear that the Government wants this connection to be unmetered – the Internet will finally be freely available in Australia, as it is in most other countries.
  • The next event – and perhaps the most salient, in the context of this conference – is the Government’s commitment to provide a computer to every student in years 9 through 12.
  • First, it radically alters the power balance in the classroom. Most students have more facility with their computers than their teachers do. Some teachers are prepared to work from humility and accept instruction from their students. For other teachers, such an idea is anathema.
  • Second, these computers are being handed to students who may not be wholly aware of the potency of these devices. We’ve seen how a single text message, forwarded endlessly, can spark a riot on a Sydney beach, or how a party invitation, posted to Facebook, can lead to a crowd of five hundred and a battle with the police.
  • We are all being given an opportunity to start again – to throw out the old rule book and start over with another one. But in order to do this we’ll have to take everything we’ve covered already – about sharing, the National Broadband Network, the Digital Education Revolution and the National Curriculum, then blend them together. Together they produce a very potent mix, a nexus of possibilities which could fundamentally transform education in Australia.
  • A teacher might normally prepare their curriculum and pedagogical materials at the beginning of the school term; during that preparation process they would check into a shared space, organized around the National Curriculum (this should be done formally, through an organization such as Education.AU, but could – and would – happen informally, via Google) to find out what other educators have created and shared as curriculum materials. Educators would find extensive notes, lesson plans, probably numerous recorded podcasts, links to materials on Wikipedia and other online resources, and so forth – everything that an educator might need to create an effective learning experience. Furthermore, educators would be encourage to share and connect around any particular ‘string’ in the National Curriculum. The curriculum thus becomes a focal point for organization and coordination rather than a brute mandate of performance.
  • The student sits in the middle of an nexus of resources designed to offer them every opportunity to succeed; if the methodology of their own classroom is a poor fit to their learning style, chances are high that they’ll find someone else, somewhere else, who makes a better match.
  • We must stop thinking of the classroom as a solitary island of peace and quiet in the midst of a stormy sea, and rather think of it as a node within a network, connected and receptive. We must stop thinking of educators as valiant but solitary warriors, and transform them into a connected and receptive army. And we must recognize that this generation of students are so well connected on every front that they outpace us in every advance. They will be teaching us how to make this transition seem effortless.
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