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Check out Google Wave. Google Wave does something similar with content. It allows you to take rich media content (images plus text plus…) and mark out / embed rich media content within that content. Wave makes it extremely easy to do that within a browser environment (reference¬†website has been built using Google Web Toolkit, GWT). Wave also provides a mechanism to add additional attributes such as those for privacy, tags (metadata) and workflow making it extremely malleable as a data structure. Innovations Tagged: google wave, PLE.

DevLearn 2009 - Web 2.0 and Performance: What's working for Google employees

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The last session I attended today was by Julia Bulkowski and Erika Grouell from Google about how they're leveraging Web 2.0 Again, nothing new given that Google's products are all free for public use. clever use of Google Code Labs : Leverage fellow software developers to learn a programming language. Use Google Code labs to provide code snippets to learn practical styles and patterns of programming. clever way of sharing instructional resources : Create a Google Wave and embed it into your class homepage. adoption succeed. Providing Web 2.0

DevLearn 2009 - Web 2.0 and Performance: What's working for Google employees

The Learning Generalist

The last session I attended today was by Julia Bulkowski and Erika Grouell from Google about how they're leveraging Web 2.0 Again, nothing new given that Google's products are all free for public use. clever use of Google Code Labs : Leverage fellow software developers to learn a programming language. Use Google Code labs to provide code snippets to learn practical styles and patterns of programming. clever way of sharing instructional resources : Create a Google Wave and embed it into your class homepage. adoption succeed. Providing Web 2.0

What Avatar can teach us about creativity in L & D

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At DevLearn, Erika and Julia from Google demonstrated a few simple ideas of how they are combining technology with good old classroom facilitation to make the learning experience more engaging. Use Google Code Labs to provide them code snippets that they can collectively iterate from. Create a Google Wave and embed it into your class homepage. Sumeet Moghe, 2009.