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Nigel Robertson

Writing Project Features Mobile Technology, Team-Based Learning - 0 views

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    Interesting first year project that develops multiple skills (teamwork, digital literacy, library search, empathy, etc) through geting students to create walking tours of campus for different audiences. Uses Google maps and social media.
Nigel Robertson

Collaborative Tools Project - 0 views

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    A blog recording work that Tom Smith at York Uni has done hacking around for solutions. Much if it is in Google Apps with scripts.
Stephen Bright

21st Century Fluency Project - 2 views

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    21st Century Fluency Project A model of five different areas of fluency situated within the context of being a digital citizen. A model with potential but the definitions of the five fluencies - solution fluency, information fluency, media fluency, collaboration fluency, and creativity fluency - are fairly lightweight
Nigel Robertson

Personal Lecture Capture with Big Blue Button - Matterhorn Project - Opencast Projects ... - 0 views

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    Integrating BBB and Matterhorn
Nigel Robertson

Teleogistic / Project Reclaim - 1 views

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    Reclaim your digital identity - an attempt by a developer to go open source, open control.
Nigel Robertson

Project update February | RISE - 0 views

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    Recommendations to improve search experience - an OU project using library logs - eg "Other students on your course are also searching for ..."  At an early stage but worth watching.
Nigel Robertson

The Indicators Project - 0 views

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    CQU project looking at analysis of LMS usage data. Another one for the "badly misnamed" gradebook integration project!
Nigel Robertson

Comparison of project management software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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    A comparison of notable project management software applications on wikipedia
Nigel Robertson

Wikipedia:WikiProject Murder Madness and Mayhem - 0 views

  • The University of British Columbia's class SPAN312 ("Murder, Madness, and Mayhem: Latin American Literature in Translation") contributed to Wikipedia during Spring 2008. Our collective goals were to bring a selection of articles on Latin American literature to featured article status (or as near as possible). By project's end, we had contributed three featured articles and eight good articles. None of these articles was a good article at the outset; two did not even exist.
Nigel Robertson

POCKET - 0 views

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    Project on Open Content Knowledge Exposition and Teaching
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