Monthly Archives: June 2011

In search of the perfect blogroll. Any suggestions?

Birds of a feather? A modus operandi for indentifying bloggers to blogroll?

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Posted in Blogging, Collaboration, Diary

The Trickster at play

I’ve set myself a challenge to take mobile learning to the nth degree, ‘testing to destruction’. If I thought the iPad would survive the experience I thought perhaps a jacuzzi or sauna? Signal might not be good. In my gap

Posted in Collaboration, Creativity, Learning

Public Journalism 2.0: The Promise and Reality of a Citizen-Engaged Press

The best writers are published. They appear in print and electronic form. Some blog. Do you read them above others? Do you blog? You enter a hall and find everyone clammering for attention, talking at once; what is the point

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The History of English…in just a minute. Ten soundbites to make your ears curl (or should that be toes?) Or both? Times up!

Ten bite-sized comedic dashes through the history of English – just a minute each time!

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Posted in Blogging, Creativity, E-Learning, Innovations, Language, Video, voice, Writing

The Virtual Revolution: Themes and alternative readings – OpenLearn – Open University

The Virtual Revolution: Themes and alternative readings – OpenLearn – Open University.

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Where in the world wide web 2.0 are we with tertiary education?

This explains a good deal and changes everything. This forms part of a soon to be published Martin Weller book. If you are studying MAODE (any module) you need to read this. A pedagogy of abundance My notes Weller takes

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Posted in E-Learning, Innovations, Learning, MA in Open & Distance Education, Martin Weller, Tertiary Education

Twelve trends from Cannes 2011

12 trends from Cannes 2011.

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The book is dead, so is the e-book, long live conversation

We’re discussing Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 only because formal academic research takes so long and nothing will change a module within 7 years of it being written. Weller talking last week is a world beyond Weller of the MAODE,

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Posted in Blogging, Diary

Where in the world wide web 2.0 are we with tertiary education?

Taking a paper on the ‘Abundance of Learning’ (2011) Martin Weller and developing a response, part letter, part assignment that questions whether the affordances of the web are looping is back into educational forms that are applied in the communities where we live, contextualised by learning to work and learning to live, rather than the need to attend on campus or in the classroom.

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Posted in Blogging, E-Learning, e-Portfolio, Innovations, MA in Open & Distance Education, Vygotsky

An abundance of learning and the world wide Web 2.0 changes everything

A pedagogy of abundance

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