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John Pearce

Create a new thread to discuss your topic online. | Mr.Thread - 2 views

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    "Create a new thread to discuss a topic online with friends, co-workers or any other people you know. The simple way to have a hassle-free talk online. No chaos with emails. No need to create a complete bulletin board. Just create a single thread!"
Rhondda Powling

Embeddable Forums by Tal.ki - 2 views

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    Tal.ki lets you embed a forum on your website. No account registration needed and your forum will be integrated with Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other services so members can skip registration.
Tony Searl

Social Networks in Action - Learning Networks @ UOW - 1 views

  • SNAPP is a software tool that allows users to visualize the network of interactions resulting from discussion forum posts and replies.
  • Discussion forum activity is a good indicator of student interactions and is systemically captured by most LMS. SNAPP uses information on who posted and replied to whom, and what major discussions were about, and how expansive they were, to analyse the interactions of a forum and display it in a Social Network Diagram. The following figures illustrate how SNAPP re-interprets discussion forum postings into a network diagram.
  • What can a network diagram tell me? A network diagram is a visual depiction of all interactions occurring among students and staff. This information provides rapid identification of the levels of engagement and network density emerging from any implemented online learning activities. Social network visualisations provide a snapshot of who is communicating with whom and to what level. A network diagram of your students’ discussions online can:
John Pearce

Online debate community for logical, passionate people - CreateDebate - 8 views

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    Create debate is an online space to browse a debates on an ever expanding range of topics, create your own debate or popularity contest, participate in a debate amongst other activities.
Jess McCulloch

Twitterlits - Reading up a storm - 0 views

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    Book club for edublogosphere tweeps - reading those books you've been meaning to get to for ages.
anonymous

Tears wiki - 0 views

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    This WIKI was created through a collabroative effort in Dr. Kist's Language, Literacy, and Learning course at Kent State University as part of a literature circle project. We had a lot of fun reading the novel and creating the WIKI so please enjoy!
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