Technology has always been a part of our lives and learning experiances. It is about time that educational institutions start harnessing the potential the internet, web 2.0 tools and social media have to empower and connect learners across the globe.
The skills I have mentioned here are essential to every teacher (and student) using technology in class, at home, or for professional development purposes. It also contains the best web tools that you can use to better hone in the targeted skill under which they are featured.
The Conversation web site is currently half way through a series of invited posts entitled “The Future of Higher Education”. It has been a disappointing series so far in that five of the first six posts have focussed on MOOCS and the sixth has been a general post on equity in online learning. Now MOOCs are an important development but the future of higher education is bigger than MOOCs and the questions are much more fundamental. Here are are some questions that I think this series should be addressing..
A long time ago, back when we still used the phrase 'web 2.0', I proposed an idea for a tool called "9 step" which sequenced online resources together, with connecting narrative. My proposal was that you can learn anything in...
VideoMatthew Peterson is co-founder, Chief Technical Officer, and Senior Scientist at the Mind Research Institute. He's also the creator of ST Math, a unique game-based math curriculum for elementary and secondary schools that uses “neuroscientific,...
Robin Good: Excellent guide to digital curation resources by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.. It includes alphabetically organized lists of digital-curation related resources from academic programs to file formats, guidelines, organizations, blogs, and a very rich list of digital curation software tools.
From the site: "This resource guide presents selected English-language websites and documents that are useful in understanding and conducting digital curation. It is also available as an EPUB file (see How to Read EPUB Files)."
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