I've noticed quite often as I read more blogs, that people are blogging on another person's blog on an original post... Why do they not go to the bother to credit the source? Here is one example from Xplana that not only mangles the credit, but does a crappy link job. ...

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Just to keep up, here is some summary blog action referring to our work here on Learning Objects and RSS (Too bad Manila/Radio users do not have their entries coded internally to be recognized via autodiscover, and cannot be TrackBacked)... And it has been only about a week or two since ...

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More to come here in the nest few weeks as some new efforts get under way in the area of Electronic Portfiolios. For now, see the 100+ resources collected for our October 18, 2003 ePortfolio Dialogue Day (more…)

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Part of (maybe) a regular feature here is a preset "Google-link" that produces results relevant to CDB... Coming soon will be a simple guide site to doing this for yourself, but it is just about the easiest, simplest, and most effective way to share external information without researching yourself... (more…)

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MT Plugins is very useful collection of addition tools for Movable Type for those that are setting up an MT site, all free. I've added two so far and plan to go back for more... (more…)

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Meet my second learning object blogger, Boris the humanities teacher. He also finds the same correlation meter blogged by Lora, and ads an entry to his own blog- essentially he has a different use for the same LO. And thus, one object in our collection can be networked to places where it ...

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So first Lora, searches our MLX and then uses her MT Bookmarklet to ping a Correlation Meter that she can use in teaching about the correlation coefficient. She writes a blog entry...

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It was David Wiley's paper "Learning objects: difficulties and opportunities" that got me thinking about how weblogs might be able to provide the contextual "wrapper" around learning objects- .e.g. people implementing LOS would use tools like MT's TrackBack to discover properly marked objects, and then describe how they might be ...

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