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Google Wave in education

Dont Waste Your Time

Continuing on from my first post on Google Wave: “What is Google Wave?&# I’ve been finding and reading (and printing, sorry trees) a fair bit of information. I can’t keep my mind ordered enough to remember where I’m putting it all, so I’ll put links and choice quotes below; The Complete Guide to Google Wave Not necessarily about [.]. Tags: eLearning Google Google Wave Technology

Google Wave: 100 tips & tricks

Dont Waste Your Time

Take a look through this list of interesting, quirky, and useful tips & tricks for Google Wave: “ The Ultimate Google Wave Guide for Students: 100 Tips, Tools, and Tricks &#. Some little nuggets I especially liked are: Live collaborative editing : David Wang of the Wave team explains the collaborative editing feature. Related posts: What is Google Wave?

Google Wave as a Learning Tool

Learning and Technology

The web is a buzz over Google Wave. The tool was created by the engineers that brought us Google maps. Wave also is dealing with team-based live document editing, realtime photo sharing, and language translations. But I immediately began to think about how Google Wave is a platform for social learning. Waves really open up that possibility.

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great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. Google Wave (6). great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. Google Wave Invitations Available , October 13, 2009. Opus Meets Google Wave , October 15, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning. October 9, 2009 to October 16, 2009. Upcoming Free Online Events. New Possibilities with Mobile Learning 2.0. Wednesday, October 21, 2009. Mobile Learning Gains Momentum. Wednesday, October 21, 2009. Tips for Teaching Synchronous Virtual Classes.

Google Maps + Photos

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I’ve not seen this before – when viewing Google Maps on Streetview you can overlay photos on the view! This is a Streetview of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, with a geo-tagged photo overlaid on the Google view: The Panoramio photos (only these?) Obvious, but Underrated Application for the Classroom; Google Earth. Google Wave in education.

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Driver beware

Dont Waste Your Time

Whiz-bang  - Using the VLE to it’s maximum, as well as an early adopter of Google+ (and Google Wave), Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin, etc before really understanding what they’re best used for. eLearning Blended Learning Distance Learning Facebook Google Google Wave Learning Process Learning Technology LinkedIn Mobile Learning Twitter YouTube

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First Google Wave Commentary

In the Middle of the Curve

My current thoughts on Google Wave - A Wave needs to be focused focused focused. I am finding the broader waves become very disorganized and hard to follow very quickly. Using the playback to view the most recent is awkward - especially for the larger wave. The larger waves load very slowly. In the Wave - John Schulz brought up an excellent point.

Quick Explanation of Google Wave - Video

eLearning Cyclops

Here is a video from Epipheo that sums up Google Wave in just 2 minutes. GoogleIf you want to learn more, go to  [link].

Google Wave Collaboration Experiment

In the Middle of the Curve

So I managed to get Google Wave invites for the other 2 members of our LMS Administration team. figured that Wave would help us improve our collaboration process - which currently consists of Elluminate or Virtual Classroom when we have the license space + teleconference (because not everyone has a working mic on their computers) + a word doc + multiple emails. Wave HAD to be an improvement. Setup: I created a Wave with a rough outline of decisions that needed to be made. then sent the Wave to my colleagues. Right? Mostly Sid, Sally and I. this thing?

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What is Google Wave?

Dont Waste Your Time

So, what is Google Wave, and what’s the fuss? I am seeing lots of comments and links to it on twitter, but so far I still haven’t understood what it is. Google call it “a new model for communication and collaboration on the web“, and have split it into [.]. Tags: Technology Blog Blogging Collaboration Generation X Generation Y Generation Z Google Web 2.0 So, what is it, and do we need it? Google

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Presentation: Email is so 1973 (Google Wave) #Wave

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This next one is equally easy to follow, all about Google Wave, and equally appealing to read/watch. Related posts: Google Wave: 100 tips & tricks. What is Google Wave? Google Wave in education. Tags: Presentations Collaboration eDelivery Google Google Wave mLearning Presentation Technology I’ve posted a presentation from these folks before – Red Magma: eLearning Sucks – which is an excellently presented and very easy-to-understand approach. So, enjoy. Email Is So 1973.

Google Wave

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

Check out Google Wave. Google Wave does something similar with 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. Obviously, the data structure allows nesting of these complex conversations as well (wave within a wave). Innovations Tagged: google wave, PLE.

Google Wave today, Moodle Wave Tomorrow?

Moodle Journal

I am just about to dive into Google Wave (just could not resist the association here). Just like the view in demand services that are appearing for TV and Radio, we will have the Wave playback facility, wow. For sure there is going to be a lot of new stuff here, not to mention the terminology like waves, wavelets, blips etc.

Google Wave Invitations Available

eLearning 3.0

I just got my private beta invite for Google Wave! Tags: Collaborative Industry News Social Learning Google Google Wave still have 6 1 invitations left. Who wants one? If so email me info-at-elearning30-dot-com Signup for the Our Newsletter for a chance get an invite. I’ll choose the lucky winner Thursday. No related posts.

Google Wave Invitations Available

eLearning 3.0

I just got my private beta invite for Google Wave! Related posts: Media-Rich, Flash eLearning Course running on the Google Nexus One. Collaborative Industry News Social Learning Google Google Wavestill have 6 1 invitations left. Who wants one?

Google Wave - Social Media Resources - Best of eLearning Learning

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more Google Wave resources , October 31, 2009. Embedding Google Wave into Blackboard , November 6, 2009. Google Wave - Twitter - eLearning Learning Best of October 2009 , November 3, 2009. The Complete Guide to Google Wave: How to Use Google Wave , November 1, 2009. Impressions of a Google Wave , October 29, 2009. Google Wave (11). more Google Wave resources , October 31, 2009. Embedding Google Wave into Blackboard , November 6, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning.

Google's New Interface for News: The FastFlip

Learning and Technology

Google has released a new interface for thier news. As we start to combine realtime information such as Twitter search and Google Waves with news and articles we need new ways of reading through the large amounts of data. Tags: google FastFlip. think it is interesting because it represents another way to access and browse information.

Google Glass – ‘the view from up here’ #ifihadglass

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YouTube: Google Glass. Google have released this video in an attempt to try and show how their Google Glass will work. Obviously Related posts: Project Glass: Augmented Reality from Google. Google Wave: 100 tips & tricks. Multiple Google accounts? Technology AR Augmented Reality EdTech Google Google Glass Social Learningedtech.

For Those of Us Who Didn't Get a Google Wave Invite

eLearning Cyclops

If you did not get a Wave invite, but would like to get a peek at it, here are few videos from those that did get invites. And here is the Google Wave team on launch day. FYI: If anyone out there still has a Wave invite, I am still interested in receiving one. video Social Media Google Cloud ComputingThanks!

Opus Meets Google Wave

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I received my invite to Google Wave at 6:15 a.m. yesterday morning. Yipee! My wife knows that I am a lost cause each evening as I explore the depths of this ocean!    After all, I receive inspiration in life from Opus (from Bloom County ). I may even stop by the library today on the way home from work! click to view full sized). Web/Tech

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Google Wave

George Siemens

Google’s soon to be released Wave will, in contrast to Microsoft’s release of Bing will be an entirely new exercise in hype and media attention. Wave is another offering in Google’s products for the enterprise. While Google has somewhat stalled in innovating in search, they have (with Apps, Docs, Knol, and now Wave) started to position themselves as a productivity and collaboration company

Tips to make you look good on a webcam

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Google Wave: 100 tips & tricks. As basic Internet speeds up, more and more people are incorporating video in their online lives. Whether it’s a family event,m working from home, or taking part in webinars, webcams are being used. This handy guide will, hopefully, put an end to those dark or overlit videos. Click for full infographic. Infographic: The Social Landscape.

Google Wave mania begins

elearningpost

The just announced Google Wave is getting a lot of people interested. The Wave is not just another application, it's a whole new way of using online information. The Wave takes collaboration to a whole new level. There are many people thinking along these lines, Gabor Cselle, for one talk about how to build a business using Wave , and he has some pretty viable suggestions. There are going to be many more ideas around the Wave in the coming days as more people come to grips with a new mental model of working online.

Google Wave – Social Learning – Business – eLearning Hot List

Tony Karrer

eLearning Learning Hot List June 12, 2009 to June 19, 2009 Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals. Engaged Learning , June 16, 2009 Opera Unite for Windows/Mac/Linux gives you immediate access to group or personal learning spaces - Ignatia Webs , June 16, 2009 #eden09: educational shift in Japan, using ubiquitous learning by Haruo Nishinosono - Ignatia Webs , June 15, 2009 Is it ever okay to have multiple tweeters for one twOrganization? Browse eLearning Content

Impressions of a Google Wave

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I promised I would blog on my impressions of tonight's test of Google Wave. Approximately sixteen of us from a number of different companies attempted to do a formal test of Google Wave. However, our goal was not so much to discuss LinkedIn, but rather to have a set topic for our Wave. Here are my impressions; Our wave started at 7 pm Central time.

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Google+ … Room for another social network?

CLO Magazine

Google is renowned for its innovative and forward thinking. However, skeptics around the world question the potential of Google+ with the failure of Google Wave and competition from Facebook. More specifically, the ability to differentiate circles of users makes Google+ a relevant tool that can be leveraged in the workplace. Dhanji R. Ask A Gen Y

Google Buzz in eLearning

Upside Learning

The web is abuzz with talk of Google Buzz. Buzz is to email what Wave will eventually be to real-time collaboration around email thread and embedded documents or media. Let Google do the explaining –. Google keeps a lot of these features are in perpetual beta, it’s early days yet and who knows how this new tool will evolve. What does buzz do?

SAP's 12Sprints (Google Wave for the Enterprise?)

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Last Fall our group ran multiple tests of Google Wave, and ended up being underwhelmed. I just set up a test of SAP's [link] for our corporate collaboration benchmarking network. SAP's tool appears to have some needed structure for problem solving and collaboration. will post more as our test progresses (tonight is day #1). Learn more via Mashable. Click to view full sized.

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DevLearn 2009: Catch the WAVE: Google WAVE and e-Learning Applications

The Learning Generalist

think that's his name) session on Google Wave. Being a Google Wave tester, nothing that he said was new for me except he highlighted a few things worth reiterating. You can explictly choose to follow public waves. Wave is an open protocol, so it is possible to create custom clients to interact with Wave. Just like every other Google Application, Wave is extensible and there are already quite a few extensions in play for Google Wave, that will make it a fully featured collaboration platform whenever it is out.

DevLearn 2009: Catch the WAVE: Google WAVE and e-Learning Applications

The Learning Generalist

think that's his name) session on Google Wave. Being a Google Wave tester, nothing that he said was new for me except he highlighted a few things worth reiterating. You can explictly choose to follow public waves. Wave is an open protocol, so it is possible to create custom clients to interact with Wave. Just like every other Google Application, Wave is extensible and there are already quite a few extensions in play for Google Wave, that will make it a fully featured collaboration platform whenever it is out.

Riding the Google Wave: Test #2

eContent

Our benchmarking group invites you to "ride the wave" with us. If you already have a Google Wave account , work for a large organization and would like to work through a formal test of Google Wave and its possible use for collaboration and sharing, you're most welcome to join us. Here is my post about that Wave ( test #1 ). It was confusing.

Google Wave’s Best Use Cases

elearningpost

Life Hacker asked people: How would you use Google Wave? They got over 600 responses. Here is a list of their top picks. Dozens of teachers, students, and academics of all stripes wrote in saying that they need better and faster ways to communicate and collaborate in and out of the classroom

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The New Wave of eLearning Technologies. Google Wave in education - Dont Waste Your Time , November 16, 2009. Google Wave today, Moodle Wave Tomorrow? First Impressions of Google Wave - Learn and Lead , November 26, 2009. Google Wave Collaboration Experiment - In the Middle of the Curve , November 18, 2009. Embedding Google Wave into Blackboard , November 6, 2009. Google Wave (23). Google Wave in education , November 16, 2009. First Impressions of Google Wave , November 26, 2009.

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Quick Explanation of Google Wave - Video - MinuteBio , October 2, 2009. great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. more Google Wave resources , October 31, 2009. Google Wave (21). more Google Wave resources , October 31, 2009. great resources to find out about Google Wave , October 14, 2009. Google Wave Invitations Available , October 13, 2009. Quick Explanation of Google Wave - Video , October 2, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning. October 2009. Featured Sources.

The Complete Guide to Google Wave: How to Use Google Wave

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

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New Features Added to Google Wave: More useful for e-Learning by Bill Brandon

Learning Solutions Magazine

Google Wave, still in limited Preview, continues to advance in capability, becoming more user-friendly. Undo/Redo” became available for editing in December, and now two new features, “Read-only” capability and “Restore from Playback,” make it possible to control user input and discussion drift. Tools