Course Design for Enhanced Learning

Course Design for Enhanced Learning
A set of lessons providing an overview of the principles of learning design, this tutorial is intended to be used as a stand-along learning object (thereby stretching the definition of 'learning object' a bit, but hey, I can't complain) or in support of an instructional design course. 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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Service Offers Extensive Online Music Library

Service Offers Extensive Online Music Library
Heh. What's the one thing that will prevent people from offering music over P2P networks for free? Fines? Nope. Prison terms? No. Billion dollar lawsuits? No way. The chance to make a few cents for each download? You've got it. More...

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Passport Flaw Leaves User Info Up For Grabs

Passport Flaw Leaves User Info Up For Grabs
The danger of a centralized authentication and/or payment system is clearly revealed in this headline. More...

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The Quest For Quality

The Quest For Quality
Interesting discussion of the difficulties inherent in ensuring quality in e-learning. It's a daunting task. "He points to a simple program containing 20 lines of code, including a loop and three IF statements. He calculated that there were 100 trillion execution paths, which would take a billion years to test!" Integration poses even greater difficulties. More...

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Flexible E-Paper on Its Way

Flexible E-Paper on Its Way
Everybody is covering, and I may as well too, since the widespread distribution of ultra-thin screens that can be bent, twisted and rolled will spell the end of paper as a useful medium for anything other than archival storage. More...

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Social Climbers

Social Climbers
Is social software the next big thing or just so much hype? The answer is, of course, "both." In a certain sense, there's nothing really that new about social software. More...

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RSS Feeds via JavaScript

RSS Feeds via JavaScript
PHP sourcer code release of a simple script that makes it possible to plac any RSS feed onto any web page, without special programming. More...

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Play It Cyber Safe

Play It Cyber Safe
Ferret filled folly foisted on unwary readers by the Business Software Alliance in an effort to convince people that stolen software will freeze cities. More...

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