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Mathieu Plourde

Airtable - 0 views

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    "Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, teams use Airtable to organize their work, their way."
Mathieu Plourde

Trello - 0 views

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    "Drop the lengthy email threads, out-of-date spreadsheets, no-longer-so-sticky notes, and clunky software for managing your projects. Trello lets you see everything about your project in a single glance. "
Mathieu Plourde

Azendoo - Task Management Application - 0 views

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    "Organize your tasks, plan projects and sync with your team, without email."
Mathieu Plourde

Project Management for Instructional Designers - 0 views

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    "Project Management for Instructional Designers (PM4ID) is - as the name suggests - a book about project management tailored specifically for instructional designers. This book is a revise / remix of a pre-existing, openly licensed project management textbook which was donated to the commons by a benefactor that desires to be attributed as Anonymous."
Mathieu Plourde

Coherent communities - 0 views

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    "I am interested in the role of communities of practice in knowledge sharing. I have been looking at how communities of practice can bridge our social networks with our work teams, helping us get the job done while being open to innovative ideas."
Mathieu Plourde

Podio - 0 views

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    Achieve more, together. Escape email overload and document chaos with Podio, the collaborative work platform.
Mathieu Plourde

GanttProject: free desktop project management tool - 1 views

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    "GanttProject is a cross-platform desktop tool for project scheduling and management. It runs on Windows, Linux and MacOSX, it is free and its code is opensource. What can it do? Gantt chart. Create work breakdown structure, draw dependencies, define milestones."
Mathieu Plourde

Courses and Lessons Are Like Projects. - 1 views

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    "Teaching and learning may rest on processes invisible to the naked eye; but lessons and courses are spatiotemporal things: activities with extension and duration, leaving traces, demanding behaviors. And in order to get a hold of teaching and learning, at some point we need to move from the abstractions to the concrete activities. Teaching a course or a lesson, and taking a course or a lesson: these are concrete physical activities. And project management gives us a good analogy for what the dimension of learning which is not theoretical but is absolutely necessary."
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