It was pretty much another curious link click of serendipity last May that led me to Stewart Mader's Wiki/Blog Using Wiki in Education. I gotta like a domain he chose that is "wiki" spelled backwards http://www.ikiw.org/. Today Stewart is unveiling his new book/web site project Using Wiki in Education, headlined there ...

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flickr foto I know The Little Rose is Thereavailable on flickr Playing the Second Life memory game at the NMC 2006 Summer Conference Duriung the late afternoon Corporate Partner's Showcase at the 2006 Summer Conference, for the NMC booth, we set up a station connected to Second Life (with thanks to Case ...

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Oh man, taking about 100 foot high flames of jealousy! Gardner Campbell, a.k.a. Campnell D. Gardner a.k.a Dr Glu is recognized in a major way by one of our shred über gurus, Jon Udell. In Easing app deployment with an open source sandbox, Udell reflects on his visit for Gardner ...

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Michael Feldstein has written in a few concise paragraphs, one of the best frameworks for looking at electronic portfolios, via a "box of stuff" in the basement metaphor: Anyway, I've said on a number of occasions that ePortfolios are a lot like artificial intelligence in that they will be only a ...

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I am seeking some more voices to use as demos for my podcast presentation next week (it will be shared, but of course first it must be created). The focus is "Podcasting on the Cheap" how to do this with free/cheap readily available tools. If anyone has time, like less ...

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Here's an example of something we'd love to see more of via our Maricopa ePortfolio system -- a faculty member or any employee using the built in blog tool to provide coverage or notes from a professional conference attended. Phoenix College Biology faculty and Ocotillo Chair John Arle did just ...

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Wow, and some people think I have an edgy tone in this here blog, especially towards the sacred cow of reusable learning objects, which frankly after several years of looking at, thinking at, I just still do not buy. Yes, RLOs are R.I.P and I have questions lke If All ...

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I was pretty sure I had seen it before in quick passing, by Michael Feldstein's recent mention of Instructables led me back for a slight deeper scan: Here's a nice little tool, community, and design pattern for creating and sharing how-to learning objects. Basically, it provides a wizard for inputting text ...

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For well over a year, we have had a fantastic electronic portfolio software sitting idly for faculty, staff, and students here at Maricopa to put to use. This is the same MyEport developed at Chandler-Gilbert Community College by the brilliant Audree Thurman. It has uncommons features of blogs inside an ...

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Taking the cue from Stephen Downes who took it from Jay Cross, I quickly checked out SuperGlu a new Web.0 tool that aggregates anything that you may have stored elswhere that provides an RSS feed... SuprGlu is about bringing the pieces of your web content together into one central place for ...

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Albert IP, from Random Walk in E-Learning reports today At the most recent LOM (Learning Object Metadata) WG meeting in Orlando, it was decided that the work on the LOM RDF binding will be discontinued. The reason quoted is the formation of a new taskforce between IEEE LOM and Dublin Core ...

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Just as pleasant as the Sonoran desert flowers that unexpectedly pop up in the Spring, comes a new blog from our Paradise Valley Community College-- the Student Life Blog is not about personal "diaries", but provides regularly updated program information from the college's Student Life Center, including upcoming events at ...

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