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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Nigel Robertson

Nigel Robertson

Ning: Failures, Lessons and Six Alternatives - 0 views

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    Some lessons on the fall of Ning and some alternative options.
Nigel Robertson

How to use Twitter for Social Learning - 0 views

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    Guide including backchannels, lectures, micro-learning ...
Nigel Robertson

That Two Timing XML File - CogDogBlog - 0 views

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    Description of setting up a Google custom search engine than can have its source sites dynamically updated via xml.
Nigel Robertson

Caution: Mind-Blowing Twitter Infographics | Ask Aaron Lee - 0 views

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    Some Twitter stats in pictures.
Nigel Robertson

VLE Middleware Moodle - 0 views

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    Moodle training and support site. Has examples of some 3rd party modules.
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    Key is vlem1 - not sure how public that is!
Nigel Robertson

User:Jbmurray/Madness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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    John Beasley-Murray's user page on Wikipedia where he describes creating a writing assignment for his students and the ups and downs of the exercise.
Nigel Robertson

Teaching with Wikipedia - Cheerleading and tips for using Wikipedia in the classroom - 0 views

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    Blog with some useful links on teaching using Wikipedia.
Nigel Robertson

Mashpedia, the real-time encyclopedia - 0 views

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    Neat app that pulls data from various sources - including real time twitter feed - on your search term.
Nigel Robertson

The money made by Microsoft, Apple and Google, 1985 until today | Royal Pingdom - 1 views

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    Short comparison of revenue and profit of these 3 players.
Nigel Robertson

Symbaloo - start simple - 1 views

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    Interesting start page in a different style from NetVibes and PageFlakes.
Nigel Robertson

The Challenge and Promise of "Generation I": In a speech at the New York Institute of T... - 1 views

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    Press release by MS on Gates statements, including reference to Gen-I
Nigel Robertson

Flash forward -LAnguage teaching and web2.0 - 0 views

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    Article on Web2.0 and social networking use by MFL teachers.

    "Most language teachers shun social networking sites and other Web 2.0 technologies. Some even see the phenomenon as a threat, according to new research. However, a growing grassroots network is taking advantage, says Yojana Sharma"
Nigel Robertson

Enhancing Teaching in higher Education - 1 views

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    Google version of this book that looks at various ways of enhancing teaching both online and f2f.
Nigel Robertson

Mind Maps and Concept Maps - 2 views

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    This Work in Progress page contains a range of Mind Maps and Concept Maps created as part of the Learning Design and Module Design process.
Nigel Robertson

The 21st Century Learner - 0 views

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    Kim Cofino presentation 9on the 21stC learner.
Nigel Robertson

21st Century Learners - and their approaches to learning - 1 views

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    Over time the learner has been the explorer of knowledge, its accumulator and skilled 'access-or'. In the 21st century challenges and demands are expanding and changing again. Our new society's environment is one of rapid communication, action and change, of intricate social activity and a huge potential for new knowledge.

    What are the models of the learner for this brave new world? How can higher education create these models and support the learners who aspire to them? This paper postulates four models of the learner of the future:

    * the collaborator: for whom networks of knowledge, skills and ideas are the source of learning
    * the free agent: utilising flexible, continuous, open-ended and life-long styles and systems of learning to the full
    * the wise analyser: able to gather, scrutinise and use evidence of effective activity and apply conclusions to new problems
    * the creative synthesiser: able to connect across themes and disciplines, cross-fertilise ideas, integrate disparate concepts and create new vision and practice.

    The paper describes an example of these kinds of learning and considers what they might imply for the development of learning in higher education in the coming century
Nigel Robertson

Stephen Downes - The World Is Open - 0 views

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    Link to Downes talking (in Breeze) about OERs
Nigel Robertson

ShowMeWhatsWrong.com - 0 views

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    Screencast site for help desks or personal help. Generate a link on the site, send to person in trouble, they click link and can then record the screen to demo the problem they are having. When complete you get an email with link to the online video. Could be useful.
Nigel Robertson

Always Innovating: Introducing the Touch Book - 0 views

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    Tablet netbook with ARM processor. Interesting!
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    Maybe we need one!
Nigel Robertson

Introduction to threshold concepts - 1 views

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    Good 2 page intro to threshold concepts in learning.
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