June 26, 2004

Are open source databases for real?

Are open source databases for real?: Builder AU: Architect

June 25, 2004

Bloglines | lecornu's Blogs

Bloglines | lecornu's Blogs

Learning, Knowledge & Technology

Learning, Knowledge & Technology
i'll pass Peter's site to the learnscope team.

June 21, 2004

Winer defends cutting off bloggers

Glad I stuck with Blogger
Australian IT - Winer defends cutting off bloggers (Brian Bergstein, JUNE 18, 2004)

A games approach to learning

Of Marie Jasinski three main learning preferences for self-directed learners:
1. impulsive learners learn by trial and error
2 reflective learners learn best by reading and researching and then testing their new knowledge, and
3. re-pulsive learners are iterative and they read, play, read and play.
I think I am a mix of 2 and 3 but I don't really like learning serious information this way.

June 09, 2004

My Bloki

tried this out - have more to learn. Slow to load but has more features than the Blog. If I can add a form to it ,it could be brilliant

June 08, 2004

LearningTimes Network - "LearningTimes"

Heaps of good links on blogging

LearningTimes Network - "LearningTimes"

Resources - Blogging to Learn
A useful run down at which to point interested teachers.
Resources - Blogging to Learn

June 05, 2004

RSS An article by Stephen Downes
I'm beginning to understand it.
RSS: From Grassroots to Mass Appeal

June 04, 2004

Learning Circuits Blog
I'll add this to my links when I have time
and this may be the site that encourages me on the next bit of blog learning as I'd like to be notified through my blog when the Learning Circuits Blog is updated.
Learning Circuits Blog

June 03, 2004

A discussion-driven newsletter
for training managers
Thursday, June 3, 2004

"The Best Free Resources," May 20, 2004).

Michael Kruchten ( mikek@uwolmsted.org ), a manager at United
Way of Olmsted County, Rochester, MN, points to these sites:

"A-prompt is a free program to check your [Web] page for
accessibility and offers suggestions for improvement."

"If you have a question about Web-page building, the answer
is probably here, or you can submit it. There are some great
references to read through," and the site is divided into
beginner, intermediate and advanced information.

The Open Source Initiative is a non-profit corporation
dedicated to promoting open-source software "for the good
of the community."

George Siemens ( gsiemens@rrc.mb.ca ), an instructor at Red River
College in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, suggests these sites:
Siemens is the creator of elearnspace, a free resource site with
information about the factors that impact e-learning, knowledge
management, and technology.
Go here to access "Stephen's Web," by Stephen Downes, which
features an array of "technology and learning trends and links,"
according to Siemens.

June 02, 2004

Good run down on blogs.

Nancy White - Full Circle Associates - http://www.fullcirc.com

With the help of my colleague Penny Pullan in the UK, we created a checklist for facilitators or meeting planners to determine whether a remotely facilitated meeting may help meeting objectives just as well as a FTF meeting. The checklist also includes critical success factors for a remotely facilitated meeting. To access a PDF version of the checklist, please go to:

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