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Tom, Here's an Interface for Ya! (July 28, 2004 09:41 PM)
Tom Hoffman, blogther (="blog+author", eh?) of Tuttle SVC wrote today about an interest in two-person interfaces: What occurred to me is that there are lots of jobs in real life where you have two people collaboratively operating one machine or even one set of data on paper, but I can't... «more»
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MLX: Critical Mass or Wide Load? (July 17, 2004 10:32 PM)
It's been our belief that it would take time for our Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX) to reach that magical tipping point, critical mass- when it contained enough content, resources, objects, ideas that our users could easily find something useful for themselves that they would be self-compelled to add their own... «more»
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ObjectExegesisParanoia (June 4, 2004 02:01 PM)
What is the obsession (paranoia) with trying to define (exegesis) learning objects (no definitions)? It is certainly useful to have understandable definitions for tightly constrained concepts like triskaidekaphobia, but when trying to introduce faculty new to the concept of learning objects, it seems almost unavoidable to stop them from wanting... «more»
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SCORM for Dummies (May 26, 2004 02:46 PM)
One of our faculty members taking on leadership of our learning objects action group is getting up to speed on learning about learning objects.... Donna sent this "Cliff Notes" version of SCORM: This is an overview of the Sharable Courseware Object Reference Model.  It's hard to make technical standards understandable... «more»
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New Tool BlogPulse (and how to GET what they POST) (May 14, 2004 07:33 AM)
Somewhere in the aggregator today came a pointer to a new blog search tool, BlogPulse BlogPulse is an "automated trend discovery system for blogs. Blogs, a term that is short for weblogs, represent the fastest-growing medium of personal publishing and the newest method of individual expression and opinion on the... «more»
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Introducing "Sharebacks"- the MLX Implementation of Trackback (May 11, 2004 04:40 PM)
The web elves have been doing some refining of our Maricopa Learning eXchange "packing slips"- mainly in the lower portions. For reference as we blog, see the MLX slip for the Correlation Meter. We wanted to make the commenting function for apparent by embedding the comment form directly in the... «more»
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"Lo-Tec Tools for Creating Learning Objects" (or just describing 'em?) (May 4, 2004 05:28 PM)
"Scissors, Scotch Tape, Post-its, Magic Markers and Colorforms: "LO-Tec" Tools (and Toys) for Creating Learning Objects" has been getting some blog echos [here, here, there...] but once again, I take on the role of Clara Peller and ask, "Where's the Beef?" When we will stop the endless harping on creating... «more»
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Civic Responsibility Dialogue Day: Direct Pipeline into the MLX (April 30, 2004 07:08 AM)
Here is an example of how we are tying events, projects into the Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX), and using syndication technology to provide a service. Today is yet another of our Dialogue Days, one day topical faculty development activities-- Civic Responsibility: From Awareness to Commitment: What is the role of... «more»
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Pachyderm Walks, Dances, Flashes... (April 23, 2004 10:01 PM)
Just returned from an eventful Pachyderm Project meeting in San Francisco. Much time was spent refining an unbelievable thorough requirements document (100+ pages) based on the last few months of creating user scenarios, culling those into requirements, sorting, prioritizing, and refining them towards the specs the programming team will use... «more»
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Pachy-ing it Up in The City (April 21, 2004 11:57 PM)
Doing double duty with the Teaching in the Community Colleges Online Conference (Tues-Thursday) and a Pachyderm Project meeting in San Francisco (Wed-Friday). I read today in a tourist mag, that only out of towners refer to this place as "Frisco" or "San Fran" and that the proper local name is... «more»
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A Bit Overly Excitable Over Learning Object Tool? (March 26, 2004 02:35 PM)
Dogs get rather excited easily. Just jangle your car keys and they are all over you for a ride. Reach down for your shoes, and they are halfway out the door, leash in mouth. I have seen the same in the blog community over the announcement of the US Labor... «more»
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Confused on the Trail to the Learning Objects Summit (March 23, 2004 08:53 AM)
Following Stephen Downes' recent announcement, I was eager to tune into the webcast for the March 29-30 EduSource Learning Objects Summit-- the agenda seems a fair mix of high level overview (yea!) and a pile of technical acronym soup sessions (pass the bowl to someone else). The Canadians really have... «more»
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Meta-Answer (March 17, 2004 09:08 AM)
Since I barked about needing an Idiot's Guide to Meta-Data, I have had some productive on and off blog posts with some folks that are a step above me in meta-awareness. Thanks to Sarah, who sent a link to the CETIS Draft Guide to Meta Data which shines some light... «more»
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What's In a Name / URL? (March 13, 2004 01:19 PM)
On the 'net anything can be anything. Or not. You might think http://www.learningobjects.com/ might be something related to learning objects, but in reality what they do is: enhance the overall learning experience by addressing the needs of key stakeholders at each step in the learning lifecycle, from planning through to... «more»
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Meta-Data Yeti-Data (March 3, 2004 09:40 PM)
My position have been made too many times regarding the apparent over-obsession with learning object meta-data, 4 words guaranteed used together will put most ordinary humans into a mild coma. I've given thought to meta-data and our Maricopa Learning eXchange, where the "M-D" words will never appear, but certainly lurk... «more»
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Syllabus onTrackBack: What Train? Wrong Track? (February 19, 2004 08:26 AM)
Just getting bounced around RSS-space is Phil Long's Syllabus Feb 2004 column on TrackBack: Where Blogs Learn Their Places . Some are saying tat it explains Trackback well, but to be honest, you cannot really understand it until you use it. We are glad that Phil is giving TrackBack some... «more»
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Learning Object Reuse Acknowledgment (an idea, an acronym, and not much more) (February 13, 2004 11:23 AM)
One of the theories (myth?) for learning objects is that their cataloging is there to support re-use. But just making piles of objects in repositories does not intrinsically motivate re-use. About a year ago (BB before blogging, so the first mention was after the fact) I tinkered one afternoon with... «more»
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Gone to the Dogster: Dog-jects, Doggie Meta-Data?? (February 12, 2004 09:26 AM)
UIh-oh, I am going to be busy now. From Ben Hammersley by way of Stephan Downes (who is a cat-person) comes a reference to Dogster ( "catster.com" is registered but no site is there!). Welcome to Dogster ...where every dog has a webpage. Dogster lets you view and save photos... «more»
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Pachyderm Dialogue Day Follow-up (February 7, 2004 06:17 PM)
We have compiled more of the products / ideas from the 61 faculty and staff who participated in the January 30 Pachyderm: Building Meaningful Content with Learning Objects Dialogue Day . This was hands-down one of the most high energy and active ones of the sessions we have run in... «more»
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Repositories Folly (FoD Syndrome) (February 4, 2004 01:31 PM)
Previously on CDB, on the doubts of "Learning object repositories"... "The folly is that educators will give up some time to share information about resources they have created or used". Now a different slant. I had lunch recently with a colleague working on a new grant funded project-- creating discipline-specific... «more»
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MLX Package of the Week: The View from Where I Sit (February 1, 2004 11:44 AM)
Trying another "new aiming to be regular" CDB feature, highlighting an interesting ""package" from the Maricopa Learning eXchange. This is is special because it is not a "reusable learning object" (RLO) but a 'reusable idea object" (RIO?) Maybe we can breed a whole raft of meaningless acronyms, like RCA (re-usable... «more»
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The Elephant Flies, Soars (Pachyderm / Learning Object Dialogue Day) (January 31, 2004 09:16 AM)
The energy was electric yesterday at our system's first introduction to "Pachyderm" at our Pachyderm: Building Meaningful Content with Learning Objects Dialogue Day. The reaction to the potential of Pachyderm and the level of participation in the afternoon activities were beyond our wildest expectations. Much had to do with the... «more»
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The Pachyderm is Coming to Town (January 29, 2004 09:30 AM)
No, this is not about the circus. Well, we hope not. Tomorrow (Jan 30) is our Pachyderm: Building Meaningful Content with Learning Objects Dialogue Day event for about 70 registered participants from our colleges, held at Paradise Valley Community College (our "Dialogue Days" are one day special events, workshops, etc... «more»
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My Left Big Toe is a Learning Object (January 23, 2004 02:15 PM)
When ever a discussion turns to "defining learing objects" my attention span goes out the door. With more than 500,000 Google-hits (link above), it is not any more clear what a LO is. The "Learning Object Virtual Community Of Practice" bears the cheery acronym LOVCOP, but it has been a... «more»
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Repository Follies Followup: Horton's Presentation (January 12, 2004 07:43 PM)
This rightfully belongs with the recent barking on Repository Follies-- a few weeks back Scott Leslie made reference to "Best Faculty-level presentation on Learning Objects from the last 18 months"-- a vintage 2002 keynote by William Horton titled "Don't Bother Me With Learning Objects! I've Got a Course to Teach!,... «more»
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Repository Folly... (January 8, 2004 02:04 PM)
By rule, I usually avoid use of the "R-word" (repository, too close to the "S-word"), but wanted to launch, here just a few notches into a new calendar, my pessimism on the aspirations of those creating these magical collections of "learning objects." The folly is that educators will give up... «more»
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Kotke on Metadata: "Metadazzle-Overfizzle" (December 16, 2003 09:30 PM)
Although I miss the literary references, I do like the spin that Jason Kotke puts on meta-data: Nothing takes the fun and personality out of writing like metadata. As software developers, photographers, writers, and users struggle to organize creative work so that people can locate what they're after, the work... «more»
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Back to Promoting MLX (December 10, 2003 09:56 PM)
It is time to crank up the promotion department for the Maricopa Learing eXchange (MLX), given that the semester is winding down. We have set up a new PR area that links all of the MLX presentation and news tidbits. With the exception of a nice burst of 15 entries... «more»
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LOP: Learning Objects Portal (December 8, 2003 09:31 PM)
From Seneca College in Ontario, Canada comes a new Learning Objects Portal Page: ....a gateway to many resources about learning objects and repositories. We invite you to meander through the portal sections below based on your interest. f you like to discover through interaction, we suggest you visit our "Activities"... «more»
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Cool Tools from UBC (December 1, 2003 11:38 AM)
An artlcle and links from University of British Columbia's e-Strategy newsletter (no RSS!) features some interesating tools developed at the UBC Arts ISIT. <tiphat>Tip of the blg hat to my colleague Michelle, who has one of the funkier blog names for an educator ;-) </tiphat> You gotta like the fun... «more»
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Learning About Learning Objects (LALO) (November 17, 2003 04:37 PM)
Here is another new learning objects "hub" site (a PHP-Nuke supported site) called Learning About Learning Objects . I clicked and clicked and clicked trying to find the elusive "About" statement, failing, and found this on a site that seemed to be the prototype: The process of implementing SDCCD Online... «more»
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3 LO Searches for 1 Query: Merlot's Federated Search (November 17, 2003 02:15 PM)
Zoom-zoom. More power for those looking for learning objects or instructional resources. MERLOT's Federated Search allows you to enter keywords (say "cell mitosis") and with one click conduct a search of MERLOT, Australia's )EdNA Online, and the Science Math resources of SMETE. Actually the EdNA folks had demo-ed this first... «more»
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Cannot Figure out the Learning Content eXchange (November 4, 2003 01:47 PM)
On the URL name alone, it seems like the Learning Content eXchange (LCX) is of interest- it sounds like it has to do with reusable learning content. And the parallels in name/acronym alone to our own Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX) are eerie. But I cannot figure out anything tangible from... «more»
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NMC Presentation: "Connecting Learning Objects with RSS, Trackback, and Weblogs" (October 27, 2003 11:28 AM)
If you were unable to attend the New Media Consortium (NMC)'s Online Conference on Learning Objects iin October, you missed out on some great sessions and exchange of ideas, as well as a brand new platform for online conferences. All presentations were created with Marcomedia Breeze (in essence streaming audio... «more»
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League Bloggin': Learning Objects in the Real World (October 22, 2003 08:36 AM)
Turns out to be my last session attended at the League for Innovation CIT conference was from the Wisc Online - the Wisconsin Online Resource Center (note: link fails for Safari web browsers despite current flash plug-in). The presentation pretty much as shown is available directory from their site (the... «more»
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Derivative or Relating MLX Packages (October 15, 2003 10:47 AM)
I am just trying to flesh out a new idea for the Maricopa Learning eXchange. Since we have now real stories of how our faculty are using and modifying MLX content. I am hoping we can set up some new tools that can allow someone to create a new MLX... «more»
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Learning Objects: Focused Now? Blurry? (October 10, 2003 11:51 PM)
What follows, or rambles are some thoughts on today's NLII Focus Session (October 10, 2003) at Ohio State. I should say now that the best part of these events are getting to meet colleagues face to face, and without a doubt the attendance of 60 were all people I respect... «more»
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Learning Objects: Believe It or Not! (October 9, 2003 09:29 PM)
Here is a sneaky dog's first peek at Learning Objects: Believe It or Not!, the gist of what I am presenting 1:00 PM Friday as part of the "Learning Objects Lounge" at the EDUCAUSE/NLII Focus Session on Learning Objects. Please do not alert the lawyers for the Ripley's enterprise. It... «more»
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Lora and Boris Show (part deux) (October 9, 2003 09:06 AM)
Our learning object bloggers Lora and Boris are making a second appearance at the October 14-17 NMC Online Conference on Learning Objects. Taking to a new level their story presented at MERLOT 2003, a garden varierty PowerPoint, for the NMC conference they have speaking parts as well, as the presentation... «more»
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Phil Phinds Phriendly Trackback (October 2, 2003 11:08 PM)
Perched up at MIT, Phil Long is a key instructional visioneer, and in a recent Syllabus column he writes TrackBack: Where Blogs Learn Their Places. It's a nice general overview of TB, yes, but Phil seems to not see as wide as we do by focusing only on what Trackback... «more»
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Repository of (Learning Object) Dreams (October 2, 2003 01:10 PM)
There is almost nothing more cliche than a Field of Dreams metaphor "If you build it, they will come", but it is all so fitting for those that get glaze-eyed at the potential of building a Learning Object Repository (ugh, I despise the connotations of the "R-word"). But I can... «more»
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Building a Fence (real object) and Building Things out of Learning Objects (September 24, 2003 06:58 PM)
Last weekend I built a fence around a vegetable garden in our yard (view image). I am not really much of a craftsman, but this project came out pretty nice. Working with the hands got me thinking about (reaching for the metaphor) building things out of learning objects. I have... «more»
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Learning Objects + RSS + Blogs: The Lora and Boris Show at NMC Online Conference (September 18, 2003 04:24 PM)
Wow. In a very un-MERLOT-ian scheduling coup, we have the opening session (right after Wayne Hodgins! October 14) for a presentation at the NMC Online Conference on Learning Objects. For those that missed the MERLOT 2003 presentation, this is your chance to see it during this conference, except now we... «more»
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TrackBack Is There for Radio/UserLand (July 21, 2003 08:02 AM)
Finally! A test site now proves that Radio/UserLand weblogs are TrackBack enabled. And it works! Got Trackback? Yup! My blog entry here was created by using the MovableType bookmarklet tool that automatically dissected the test source, found the embedded RDF TrackBack data, and provided the ping address directly to my... «more»
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Because They Can... (July 11, 2003 04:52 PM)
One might ask why someone would use or create something like BlogChatter - Realtime Weblog Aggregation and the answer is the topic of this post (same answer to the philosophical question, "why do dogs lick themselves?"). Blogchatter allows you to peek into the fast paced universe of weblogs (or blogosphere)... «more»
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After the Fuss (July 11, 2003 10:32 AM)
Wow, it is not even 15 minutes following our teleconference on "What's The Fuss about RSS?" and already George has posted some great summary points, elearnspace blog: The Fuss about RSS - Summary. How did I know? I glanced at my NetNewsWire RSS aggregatos and saw not only George's new... «more»
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The Fuss wiki is Open (July 9, 2003 04:31 PM)
Okay folks. We have polished off most of the rough edges of the wiki part of our presentation on What's the Fuss abour RSS? and are here tossing it out for your viewing. Update (Sept 3, 2003) The wiki has been spiffed up and moved to http://careo.elearning.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?TheFuss... «more»
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a teaser for "Fuss about RSS" (July 9, 2003 10:26 AM)
This is just a pre-notice teaser for our upcoming LOVCOP teleconference on July 11, 2003: What's the Fuss about RSS?. Tune in at 9 am Pacific, 10 am Mountain, 11 am Central, noon Eastern. For access details (it is a toll free call), rush and click over to the LOVCOP... «more»
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LO White Paper (July 8, 2003 04:04 PM)
We spotted a new Learning Objects White Paper posted in Macromedia's Learning Object Development Center. Written by New Media Consortium CEO Larry Johnson: Elusive Vision: Challenges Impeding the Learning Object Economy, explores the drivers, enablers and mediators in the learning object economy.  Larry Johnson, CEO of the New Media Consortium, describes and analyzes... «more»
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A Humanites Blogging Prof Not to Be Outdone... (July 8, 2003 03:27 PM)
And not to be outdone by a mere earth science teacher, our Humanities Blogger, Boris, has also latched onto the new RSS Feeds from About.com (see boris blog...) and quickly drills down to some useful Art History ideas for "approaching art" This is pushing beyond the bounds of mere learning... «more»
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Lora Adds About.com RSS Feed (July 8, 2003 08:16 AM)
After a bit of summer vacation (actually field work in Montana), Lora the Geologist (who is blogging about learning obejcts in geology) has found the news that About.com is now syndicating their content via RSS, and very quickly she has added a feed for their Geology collection to her site.... «more»
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Web-based TrackBack Tool for MLX (July 1, 2003 11:00 AM)
For our new CDB readers, we have been experimenting a few months with adding Trackback records to all items in our Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX). This allows a way for each item to potentially record an entry everyitm someone describes an MLX item in a weblog. And we also have... «more»
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Weekly Google +/- Feedster (June 30, 2003 11:47 AM)
The highly touted (well maybe in my mind) right side feature of the CDB site, Google of the Week is actually a poor person's RSS feed, probably one of the easiest ways to syndicate content is to link to a search that produces a customized query result. This week, just... «more»
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Learning Object TrackBack Summary Tool (June 24, 2003 01:36 PM)
For those that have beeing following (or not) the Learning Object experiment's here (see Back to TrackBack), we have applied the MovableType Trackback concept to every item in the Maricopa Learning eXchange. With some time to tinker today, I cooked up a new trackback summary tool that allows one to... «more»
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Learning Objects Luau (June 19, 2003 10:44 AM)
Ahhhh, it is a tough job but someone (not me) has to go to Hawaii for the Learning Objects Symposium 2003, part of the ED-MEDIA 2003 conference. Learning Objects on the beach. Awesome. Actually this looks like a worthy all day focus on LOs with some world experts, and this... «more»
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Blogs, RSS, Wikis ("Oh My") (May 22, 2003 07:17 AM)
Librarian David Mattison compiled this comprehensive , yet concise (is that possible) collection of resources for Blogs, RSS, and Wikis (gleaned from OLDaily).... «more»
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Why Teachers Don't Share... (May 8, 2003 10:38 PM)
This paper by Greg Webb (Open Training and Education Network, OTEN, New South Wales, Australia) is from 2000, but has always been hanging out in my bookmarks. Read more and see what Greg says about Why teachers don't share resources, and what we can do about it .... «more»
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Brainstorming LOs (May 2002) (May 8, 2003 11:29 AM)
One of the discussion topics at Maricopa's May 2002 Ocotillo Retreat, we had people work in groups to produce "blueprints" for various instructional techniology topics. See the Café Discussions: Library of Re-usable Learning Objects for the activity and see the summary and images of sketches.... «more»
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Learning Object Readings (May 8, 2003 11:22 AM)
Learning Objects Readings assembled by Micheael Roy at Wesleyan for a new Learning Object site being developed there (worth a click and look). Their project sounds interesting and is using some (free) web portal tools from the Internet Scout project... «more»
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Learing Objects Discovery Workshop (May 5, 2003 09:32 PM)
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.... «more»
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Ideal Gas Law Multi-User Game (April 22, 2003 10:56 PM)
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.... «more»
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RSS & LOs BlogMentions (April 21, 2003 03:53 PM)
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... «more»
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MT Plugins (April 20, 2003 09:41 AM)
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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And Boris then TBs the Same Object (April 19, 2003 03:42 PM)
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... «more»
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Lora TrackBacks an Object (April 19, 2003 03:38 PM)
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...... «more»
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BackTrack to TrackBack (April 19, 2003 03:35 PM)
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... «more»
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Meet Lora.. (April 19, 2003 03:25 PM)
Lora's geology objects was the first psuedo blog I created in MT to demonstrate a site in which w person is harnessing the LO/RSS notion in one field. Lora is a Geology insutrctor, and here she has set up MovableType to accept RSS Feeds form our Maricopa Learning eXchange. Later... «more»
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