Ryan Eby, a Michigan State University education major, has created an e-Portfolio in Movable Type, a nice example of using te reflective aspects of a blog for this purpose.
An online workshop from Australia’s NET*Working 2002 conference (Ozzies know how to run a great online conference, I have participated in this one was as well as th eone from 2000) designed as an introduction to LOs.
Not to be outdone by Brian (Displaying RSS Feeds in WebCT), I found a niche of time to do the same proof of concept in Blackboard.
A friend and colleague from Melbourne (.au) recently e-mailed some humourous recollections marking the 10th anniverary of NCSA Mosaic. “Does that make you feel old?”
This week’s newest set of googled links are to variety of sites that make great use of visuals to further the understanding of scales of magnitude, some great educational resources lie within…
This experimental site form 2000 (MLX Item #372), a multi-user application designed to teach students the interplay of variables in the Ideal Gas law, has been getting a fair bit of action lately. Check it out.
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.
Well it was not easy but with a little help with this link sent by D’Arcy Norman, I have managed to set up separate RSS feeds for the category areas of this site…