Monthly Archives: February 2011

Twitter

“Thing 8″ for the MSc module Theory and evaluation of eLearning: Good Twittering and the #pipe Any constant stream, or in the case of Twitter a torrent, of information pouring in from around the globe is of such a volume … Continue reading

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Google Docs

“Thing 7″ for the MSc module Theory and evaluation of eLearning: Collaborating with Google Docs Google Docs are “cloud” based documents, normally owned and controlled by the account holder that created and hosts them. However, unlike files stored on a … Continue reading

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YouTube – Socio-cultural context

“Thing 6″ for the MSc module Theory and evaluation of eLearning: What is Wesch educating for? The world is a fast changing place. The ease of communication is creating a collective conciousness where the voices of the silent majority come … Continue reading

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The impact of images in communities

“Thing 5″ for the MSc module Theory and evaluation of eLearning: The Impact of Images I like bikes, but if I waxed lyrical in pros and verse about why this is so, even to a bike enthusiast (in fact probably … Continue reading

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Creative Commons and Tagging

“Thing 4″ for the MSc module Theory and evaluation of eLearning: Creative Commons People Who are the Creative Commons people? Summarised from the Creative Commons (cc) web-site: http://creativecommons.org/about Whenever a literary, artistic, academic or educational item is created a person or group … Continue reading

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