21 juin 2018

elearn.ca Blog

elearn.ca Blog
I was probably not supposed to find this on the web (heh) but here it is anyway, elearn.ca's new blog, still obviously very much under construction (the Enter button doesn't work). More...

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A Review of Blogging APIs

A Review of Blogging APIs
You probably won't get into this one unless you are a weblog systems developer. But if you are such a beast - or if you are merely interested in the likely future direction of weblogging - then this review of blogging software application program interfaces (APIs) will give you a good indication. More...

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Corante on Blogging

Corante on Blogging
After much urging (including a missive from your truely) Corante has finally added RSS feeds for its regular blogs. There's a full list here; some of them will be added to Edu_RSS. More...

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Ed Blogging 2003

Ed Blogging 2003
Some highlights for the year in the world of Ed-Blogging. I don't agree with the picks, but hey, if I don't like them, as they say, I should write my own - this is the blogosphere after all. More...

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05 juin 2018

A Weblog Learning Management System

A Weblog Learning Management System
This article (and Part Two) describes the concept of creating a learning management system (LMS) using weblogging technology. Citing Dave Davies, who he notes has also developed a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) using Manila, the author points to the capacity of a weblog system to empower student voices and create a genuine learning community. More...

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Weblog Trackbacks to Provide Context for Learning Objects

Weblog Trackbacks to Provide Context for Learning Objects
Interesting discussion and development of trackbacks - a mechanism to follow the paths of other users - to give context to learning objects. More...

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Current Edu-Bloggers

Current Edu-Bloggers
As George Siemens comments, "This has been the busiest week I've seen in the field of edu-tech bloggers." Or as Jay Cross says, "It feels like this train is finally leaving the station. Bravo!" I second that; I cannot even keep track of the dizzying pace. More...

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Seb's "Weblogs and Knowledge Sharing" Survey: Results

Seb's "Weblogs and Knowledge Sharing" Survey: Results
In a nutshell: those who use weblogs, use them a lot. Statistically this survey probably isn't especially relevant, since the respondants, self-selected, are almost all regular weblog users (which would be how they found out about the survey). More...

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D'Arcy Norman's Learning Commons Weblog

D'Arcy Norman's Learning Commons Weblog
It's interesting to watch David Wiley reach out - as he has been the last few weeks - to the learning object community. This article is a summary of points covered in a conference call he had with a number of learning object developers today. More...

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03 juin 2018

Le blog de la communauté francophone d'EPALE - mai 2018

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Chaque mois, retrouvez l'essentiel de l'actualité de la communauté francophone des professionnels de l'éducation et la formation des adultes. Plus...

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