21 avril 2019

By Request…

By Matt Reed. Getting started as an education blogger.
I got a request this weekend to address how to get started as an education blogger. More...

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11 avril 2019

2 Steves And a Blog

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. 2 Steves And a Blog
Two well-known and recognized Steves - Gilbert and Ehrmann - have teamed up to offer this new blog. There's some pretty good content here, including yesterday's post on the relation between virtual learning and alumni donations. More...

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09 avril 2019

Ajax and Weblogs

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Ajax and Weblogs
I've mentioned Ajax before; this item is a follow-up with a nice example, complete with code. The author described the use of Ajax - a set of Javascripts used to manage interactive web pages - to parse and display XML files on this home page. More...

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Why Businesses, and School Administrators, Don't Blog

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Why Businesses, and School Administrators, Don't Blog
"Companies over the past few centuries have gotten used to shaping their message. Now they're losing control of it." This not only explains why companies and administrators have been slow to adopt blogging but also while the format represents a permanent revolution in communications. More...

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Using Bloglines (or How to Keep up With Dozens of Blogs Everyday)

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Using Bloglines (or How to Keep up With Dozens of Blogs Everyday)
Useful advice and even included a couple of tips new to me. The author describes (in lavish detail, complete with screenshots) how to use services like Bloglines and Feedster to scan and absorb content from a large number of websites. This is very similar to how I do it - and no, no miracles are required, just some good organization on the part of the reader. More...

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Blogtalk Downunder Presentation

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Blogtalk Downunder Presentation
James Farmer posts slides and audio to his Blogtalk Downunder [photos] presentation, 'Centred Communication' or 'your intranet is like Canberra'. The idea is that planned networks, organized hierarchically, are barren and sterile, while organic networks, organized as a semi-lattice, are not. More...

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06 avril 2019

Saison 6. 1 avril 2019

Sur le blog "Histoires d'universités" de Pierre Dubois. Arrêter le blog ? Poisson d’avril ! Poursuivre le blog ? Poisson d’avril !
Le poisson d’avril qui m’a le plus amusé : celui du 1er avril 2016, Démission du bureau de la Conférence des Présidents d’Université. Plus...

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04 avril 2019

Stephen's Web Since 1995

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Since 1995

About this Site
Why this site exists, what it does, and how it works.

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This Is IT

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. This Is IT
Blog notes from This Is IT, including talks by Jeff Gray on the bridge between educators and IT departments, Clarence Potvin on College Boreal's home-built LMS, Joan Vinall-Cox on free software, and this morning's keynote by Adwoa Buahene and Giselle Kovary of n-gen People Performance on the next generation learner. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, May 27, 2005 [Refer][Research][Reflect]. More...

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03 avril 2019

Friday Fragments - March 7, 2019

By Matt Reed. When my administrative career started, the conversations around class sections and scheduling had to do with how full they could run -- who would go over a cap, which caps were harder than others, and the like. It was all about trying to squeeze in as many people as possible. More...

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