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Some of my feeds:
HTML5 Moodle Mobile App Comes to Android, iOS — Campus Technology – Wed May 15 05:12
Verishow – Mon May 13 04:24
Chat, Talk (VoIP), Co-browse and Share Content with Visitors Instantaneously!
LogMeIn Rescue – Mon May 13 04:22
Desktop sharing software that works with ZenDesk
Facebook pages – Fri May 10 05:54
How to guides from Facebook on how to create and manage Facebook pages.
Google sites – Fri May 10 05:50
Free with a Google account. Create web sites using templates, add your own content, publish and share.
Drinking from the fire hose – Tue, 20 Dec 2011
Creativecommons a quicklook – Fri, 05 Nov 2010
A shorter, sharper, better version of a presentation I did a few years ago – updated to walk the walk as well as talk the talk. A very brief look at Creative Commons licensing.
3D Communications – Fri, 24 Sep 2010
An online session about on facilitating online sessions in virtual worlds… http://wikieducator.org/Facilitating_Online/Course_Schedule#September_20th_Managing_the_event_or_activity What facets of virtual worlds lend themselves to success in education, training, not for profit organisations and other uses? Elluminate session recording here: http://bit.ly/coAX7A
ImmersED in virtual worlds – Sat, 13 Mar 2010
An overview of “getting” virtual worlds, my journey and the created of ImmersED Estate, an OpenSim build on Reaction Grid with activities for educators to help them make meaningful use of virtual worlds.
Your next e-learning project: Make a case out of it why don’t you? – Wed, 18 Nov 2009
So many educators across the sectors get funding for short-term projects that they feel should continue on after the funding ends. So often their great work gets a mention in a white paper or academic’s journal article and that’s the end of the story. This discussion starter aimed to get people thinking about what makes for a good case study and translate that to making an effective business case to their institutions and/or funding bodies.