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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Nigel Robertson

Nigel Robertson

UNDERDOG: Google Android Smashes Apple iPhone in Reader Vote - 1 views

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    Android beats iPhone in voter face-off. No detail though.
Nigel Robertson

Lakehead U Deploys Google Email for Education Campus-Wide - Lakehead News - 0 views

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    Lakehead Uni, Canada has apps and gmail for staff and students - since 2006.
Nigel Robertson

Colorado State University - Academic Computing and Networking Services (ACNS) - 0 views

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    Links to configuring many clients for Gmail. Colorado Uni gives staff optional access to Gmail as well as Apps for everyone
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Information Technology Services | Google Applications Training and Tutorials - 0 views

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    Adelaide help pages for Google Apps.
Nigel Robertson

BBC NEWS | UK | Education | Google's e-mail for universities - 0 views

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    Trinity College, Dublin apparently using gmail for staff
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Google Apps - Higher Education and K-12 Customers - 0 views

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    Long list of case studies of using Apps at university. Most just with students but some eg Boise are with staff. Useful for the email project.
Nigel Robertson

Google Apps lands another win with Westminster University - 1 views

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    Seems Westminster have made Apps available to staff.
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    Apps available for staff but not gmail.
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Faculty and Staff | Idaho State University - 1 views

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    Seems like Idaho released Apps to staff in October 2009.
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GoAnimate - Create your own cartoons and animations easily. Our tools are free and you ... - 0 views

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    Create cartoon animations online.
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ToonDoo - The Cartoon Strip Creator - Create, Publish, Share, Discuss! - 0 views

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    Create cartoons and strips easily.
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Stefani - 0 views

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    Stefani paper on student engagement, the need for curriculum redesign and innovative and authentic assessment examples.
Nigel Robertson

How to become part of a blogging ecosystem? - Mathemagenic - 0 views

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    How to get your blog / tweet read. We should know this but a useful summary.
Nigel Robertson

Liberal Education Tomorrow: » Google researching new protocol to speed up the... - 0 views

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    A new web protocol that will make things faster - our techies will be interested in the dtetail - users in the end result - assuming it works!
Nigel Robertson

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009 - 2 views

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    "dii"
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    List showing ups and downs in Jane Hart's Top 100 elearning tools. Some interesting entries and the ones on the 'Not in list anymore' list are the ones you probably didn't go for anyway!
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OER Workflow Diagram - 0 views

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    Useful and simple diagram describing a workflow for developing and releasing content as an OER. Could be modified and used for deciding on the use of any content (OER or not).
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Looking For Learning In 21st Century Classrooms - A leadership guide to supporting and ... - 0 views

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    Slideshare looking at the elements of tesching in technology enhanced times.
Nigel Robertson

Moodle - the wrong tool for the job? - 1 views

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    Article exploring why Moodle is often used content-centrically.
Nigel Robertson

HHL09 Thomas Mobilising The OU - 0 views

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    Paper omn the work that the OU has been doing to mobilise their web and VLE offerings. Very good.
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Rhodri Thomas HHL 2009 "Mobilising The OU" - 0 views

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    Slides on things the OU has done to mobilise web and VLE - based around student input. See graph slide 5 on changes in mobile web access.
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Filtering Discussion : Filtering in Schools - 0 views

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    Participation in developing guidelines for schools and government on filtering internet content and the tension between being safe and having opportunities to learn.
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