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Map Mash-Ups for the Rest of Us?? - NorthStarNerd.Org


» April 05, 2007 Map Mash-Ups for the Rest of Us?? Mapping mash-ups have been the rage, but personally Ive been "underwhelmed" with the mash-ups Ive experienced. Creating a mash-up required more coding skill than I cared to learn Ditto for most people Thus, map mash-ups were mainly created by programmers This may all be about to change. Today, Google has released a new service named " My Maps " Via what appears to be an easy graphical interface, one may now create "and share" mash-ups.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins

Mark Oehlert

» June 03, 2007 Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins Sam Adkins at Ambient Insight passed along a link to a post on the Social Strategist that I just reading through now but which does a compare and contrast between some of the emerging tools for creating mash-ups. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer. Main | When did McDs stop giving a crap? Clay Shirky My latest additions to

Top 11 Disruptive E-Learning Technologies For 2013


APIs are useful for extending the data or functionalities of one application and create other applications or mashups. There are a number of highly popular mashups available on the Internet today, including ones that cater to learning and education. In addition, it offers lot more features opening up the door to a whole lot of possibilities that make learning professionals excited.

David Metcalf: mLearning theory mashups at mLearncon

Ignatia Webs

Mixed emerging technology integration lab ( METIL ) 5 ideas: mobile performance support authentic learning and mobile empowering constructivism spacing effect (mobile enabling interval-based learning, reinforcement and retention) learning theory mashups (mobile, web2.0, ISD, situated learning and context, mobile game learning.) Very intelligent man with charisma, with homepage. Golden hour'.

LN01: How to Become an Expert?


Tools used to create this learning nugget: iPad PowerPoint (2013) Google Drive Explain Everything References used: How to be an expert? Created or mashed-up all the graphics in PowerPoint (2013). Remove Background'', ''Group'' (items) and ''Save as Picture'' are really useful PowerPoint features to cook up your own graphics. Thumbs up for that! TOOLS USED?

APIs and Mashups r ur new ABCs for E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

An API (Application Program Interface) enables an interface from a piece of software to communicate with another piece of software (in its simplest form) or multiple pieces of software (called a mashup).  Google code is open source code, so you can manipulate. Google. Mashups. Search for restaurants in Google and Google Maps shows up with the various restaurants on the map. Social Media Solutions that have multiple APIs built in their system, basically they are a mashup in a sense. Mashups Possibilities. Uses Google Docs.

Google Maps Screencast / Tutorial - NorthStarNerd.Org


Main | Happy Easter » April 07, 2007 Google Maps Screencast / Tutorial In Fridays post , I noted how I was excited about Google Maps new visual user interface which allows an individual to create map mash-ups without the need to know programming code or scripts. As promised here is a short tutorial (six minutes) which demonstrates how easy it is to create a Google Maps mash-up. If youre not familiar with the concept of a mash-up, this word is used to explain the process of linking different kinds of web data. my Google map.

Prepare the future of Learning for the Genz

Learning Wire

This is due to the social context in which they are growing up. They are growing up as more than passive consumers of media. For example, my daughter has set up a Finsta account. Googling is pure instinct. They are also growing up while the Internet of Things is changing how we live. Who are these people? This generation is also growing in diversity. Pulsed.

Was The 'DNA of a 21st Century Educator' Plagiarised in China?


Moreover, unless Mr. Copytrain used only Google translate (or outsourced the translation), he/she/it/they must have spend considerable time to translate these 26 slides, which I assume requires masterful language ability. Correct me if I am wrong! I was really happy with this mash-up of mine, and 'Yes' Mr. Copytran does provide a link to my blog post, so thanks for the reference.

danah boyd on teens and 21st century work

Jay Cross

danah spells her name in lower case, but everything else about her is upper case: Master’s in Sociable Media with Judith Donath at the MIT Media Lab , PhD at UC Berkeley School of Information advised by Peter Lyman and Mimi Ito , fellow at the Annenberg Center for Communication , fellow at the Berkman Center at Harvard, work at Yahoo, Intel, Google, and now Microsoft. Organizations.

Spice Up Your Boring LMS with Google Lively?


Link to Google Lively Google Lively Trailer (YouTube) Lively - Google's Contribution to the 3D Social Web? Virtual Worlds GOOGLE LIVELY? free browser-based 3D virtual environment that enables easy integration to social networking tools such as MySpace, Facebook, OpenSocial, and Google gadgets like Picasa and Youtube. One up on Second Life! THINGS I LIKE.

Spice Up Your Boring LMS with Google Lively?


Link to Google Lively Google Lively Trailer (YouTube) Lively - Google's Contribution to the 3D Social Web? Virtual Worlds GOOGLE LIVELY? free browser-based 3D virtual environment that enables easy integration to social networking tools such as MySpace, Facebook, OpenSocial, and Google gadgets like Picasa and Youtube. One up on Second Life! THINGS I LIKE.

e-Learning Acupuncture: Mashups? Does this have anything to do with potatoes?

eLearning Acupuncture

Friday, January 26, 2007 Mashups? Well, back in 1995 if you would have asked me about the word ‘mashup’, visions of dancing potatoes in the kitchen would have popped into my head. have a real weakness for yummy mashed potatoes (*smile*). Today the word ‘mashup’ has a much different denotation. realize now that PointCast in 1995 was a rudimentary type of mashup: a collection of information from other web services that are integrated together into one web page. ( See mashup in Wikipedia for more information. Bye-bye 486!

Top 15 Learning Management Systems mid-year 2014

eLearning 24-7

If you want additional insight, greater depth of information, including top systems by verticals, user size and markets, you can find it in the report available for purchase. You also find data and factoids that in many cases is not available anywhere else.. . . . 15 to 11. #15 Administrate – Part CRM, part financial tools, and a unique approach that works for a LMS. If you are seeking a system that is a mash-up of useful business tools with a strong LMS, than this is a system to examine. Well, that’s good because I just made it up. Bottom Line.

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iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning

Dawn of Learning

Home > Single Source , Standards > iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning iPad & eBooks: A Game Changer for Blended Learning March 25th, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment I was on Nigel Paine’s blog on Friday when I saw and commented on his post The Mash-up Begins. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. Of course not! Learn more about Dawn here. and CSS

Using Data from Online Learning to Fuel Association Growth

Association eLearning

According to , “The new cornucopia of public and private data is providing a new opportunity to mash up multiple big data sets to gain new insights beyond what a single big data set allows. Is this something that provides value but takes up more of your time than it should? Share this on Google+. Add this to Google Bookmarks. Stop). Less). More). Same).

Forget Photoshop, PowerPoint 2010 Rocks for AHA-G!


However, I will admit that I have been using PowerPoint ever since I got into e-learning, and have interestingly never stopped loving it, especially in mashing up graphics (Although, PowerPoint can be frustrating at times). But, most educators are not graphic designers, and want to simply develop cool/relevant graphics to spice up, or enhance their websites (e.g. FORGET IT !

Google-Assisted “Search� Learning…but pls don’t say “according to Google�

Janet Clarey

You probably just “google it” and then click the Wikipedia entry for whatever you’re “googling.&#   I think this is certainly true of many Generation Y workers and those born after them. Many did not grow up using print encyclopedias and dictionaries like many older (some Gen X, boomer, mature) workers. Now that has changed across generations. I’m actually sick of Google. think this general blah came from a few too many “according to Google…&# sightings. Don’t you just want to say, “Google is not a person.&#

E-Learning Jargon: What you might think it is.well…

eLearning 24-7

Oh, there is also API (Application Program Interface) and Mashups (two more APIs – great example – Google Maps whereas they show restaurants, businesses, etc.). Then a wrap-up review of WOLC, the following week. As many of you are aware the e-learning world is well known for its jargon.  In turn it is this jargon that can create confusion and misunderstanding not only for newbies into the space but also for hardened veterans. It is raved about, talked about, fought about, and even negated by some who think it is a passing fad (why is this not surprising?).

Information: What am I missing?

George Siemens

gRSShoper, Google Reader. Overlay and mashups. Google Analytics, Klout What can we do now with information that we could not do in the past? I’ve abused Kauffman’s concept of the adjacent possible by applying it to the new opportunities, untapped potential, and levels of complexity, that arise with the development of something new. What am I missing? What can we do with information that I’ve overlooked? Possibilities. Description. Examples. Create, collaborate, and share. Create information and easily. share it with others. Blogs, wikis, image sharing.

Learning spaces and places

Learning with e's

began to discuss this in a paper I published last year in Future Internet entitled Learning Space Mashups. What I was referring to was not a mashup in the strictest sense of the word, but rather a blending of reflective (blog) and collaborative (wiki) web tools to create a synthesised space where students could benefit from the best of both sets of affordances.

Incredibly Cool! Vision of Future of Application and eLearning Development

Tony Karrer

where we had speakers from IBM, Google, Microsoft, Sony and others talking about what it really means (especially for corporations). One of the most interesting things was the Enterprise Mashup demonstration by Rod Smith at IBM. Now go look at the Google Gadgets which work on Any Web Page. Now go visit my previous article: Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups. Last week I moderated an event on Web 2.0 He basically showed how a business-user would be able to wire together an application. What's this got to do with eLearning?

Understanding Web 2.0

Integrated Learnings

Wikipedia has a write up on Web 2.0 The ideas that make up Web 2.0 are social networking, web mashups, and using the web to store and create content. 1. And finally, knowledge centric networks like Wikipedia and other wikis use information as an impetus for social networking. 2. A web mashup is the second concept in what makes up Web 2.0. One example of this is Woozer which combines Google Maps and technologies to give 10 day forecasts from all over the world. iGoogle does a good job of this type of mashup by aggregation. 3. Web 2.0

Using transparency to get citizens alert and active, or how Christian Kreutz influenced my thinking

Ignatia Webs

tight workshop, planning a facilitator training, a short course with a lot of online activity, budget hassles, my master starting up … and this kept me from writing posts on a regular basis. I was also in an existential dip on blogposting. It has been a very hectic period over the last couple of weeks. So what did Christian say that I found so enlightening?

Buzzword: Micro-learning

Dawn of Learning

Examples include: A lesson of the week on the back of the toilet door (as done at Google). Catching up on what my Twitter network are sharing, whilst waiting for a train. Picking up a couple of recent blog posts or videos from my RSS reader  whilst eating lunch. Looking up the best way to buy a rail ticket from the UK to Germany. It doesn’t exist. Industry Talk

Stealing from the Rich…


This happens at Google a lot. ” So say Ann Farmer (Information Engineer) and Julie Clow (Manager of Learning & Organizational Development), both at Google. This is an example that supports what the women from Google said in the previous point: democratizing learning — field techs sending problems to other field techs who provide solutions. This is very similar to a technology mash-up, which doesn’t try to re-invent each component in a monolithic structure.” But that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from them, right? Source?

E-Learning Early Indicators

eLearning 24-7

Funny, thing about those vendors, either their entire consumer base rose up and screamed we want tablets, or perhaps – and I know – it never happens in any industry – just perhaps, they looked again and said, “I see money in those tablets&#. Vendors are adding more “comments&# and voting i.e. yes or no or thumbs up/thumbs down features. Real Time collaborative tools, such as integration with Google Docs or desktop sharing, slowly starting to appear. Towards the latter part of last year, we started to hear how the LMSs were near death.  Tablets?

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IMU Student Blogging Project to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle!


Khoo Suan Phaik with her students' project using Google Sites , I was quite confident it would be an inspiring and valuable learning experience. But by knowing that their work will continue to live on (more meaning), and that they are publishing it to the world (instead of only to the lecturer), they are willing to take up the challenge and put in a greater effort. ZERO ! Not bad!

Semantic technologies and learning

Learning with e's

Spector ( 2009 ) of Google Inc. collaborative tagging, social networking, mash-ups, and wikis), lightweight representation of semantics and metadata is used in the form of folksonomies, user comments, and ratings. The January special issue of Interactive Learning Environments is out right now. Yet, students are also content creators. Due to the intensive use of Web 2.0 Laskri.

Product Review: Saba Social

eLearning 24-7

No Skype nor Google+ icons and thus direct connections to, under your profile (although I understand with Google+ because it is so new). No Google voice nor any news aggregators such as Google Reader, etc. Extensive API and Mashup directors for you to pick and choose from. They finally figured it out. Layout on other screens, again, simple to use, nav friendly.

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e-Learning Acupuncture: Does Web 2.0 mean anything to you or your students?

eLearning Acupuncture

ideas like Blogs, Wikis, Mashups, Social Bookmarking, and Podcasts relate to you or your students? Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Posted by Eric at 8:43 AM Reactions: Labels: video , web 2.0 skip to main | skip to sidebar e-Learning Acupuncture Erics ramblings, experiences and random thoughts about e-Learning, distance education and Educational Technology.

E-Learning without Borders

eLearning 24-7

Go onto any social media site: Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Quora or any of the thousands of sites, and you will see people engaging with total strangers. Now before you argue about “security&# or “privacy&# , you can create (even now using mashups or some APIs) the ability to lock down or block certain areas. Pods which were off the hub included a bookstore, library, event center, courses (to sign up and take), chat rooms and other items. Greetings from Moscow. We often tell our employees, customers and ourselves, that e-learning is learning without borders.

What Can You Expect in 2013?

CLO Magazine

According to a December 2011 issue of Business Insider, the mobile apps analytics firm Distimo said many popular apps were games such as Angry Birds, social networking such as Facebook, Skype and Twitter, and other content such as Google Maps and iBooks. According to a 2011 Forrester Research report, “Informal Learning Garners Acceptance as a Legitimate Learning Approach,” 76 million millennials will make up 47 percent of the 2014 workforce and will soon become middle managers. With mobility, learning and work are not conducted in isolation. It is also popular.

2011 LMS Award Winners plus a quick note on m-learning

eLearning 24-7

Our system offers or has the capability for mobile learning (some use variance of the system offers). A few systems pitch that they have full mobile learning capability, especially with the iPad including the angle that you can see it full screen rather than the standard universal look – which shows up similar to the smartphone look – i.e. small. It shows up in your browser. As I often say to folks, what is the point of having an app, if all it does is open up my browser. I can do the same thing, without using your app. Accepts APIs and Mashups. Reality.

Launching a Web Collaboration Platform? Here’s How to Get Past the Naysayers


But this is 2011, and a trickle-up strategy was working. GLEAN, a Google Apps mashup using Yammer , Voice Thread ,  Elluminate , and other tools, became a reality soon after the IT head saw a similar network in action at another university. People are bring their own tools to work because our organizations are not keeping up. Gautsch identified two main needs.

Noughties. but nice

Learning with e's

iPods and Podcasts: The Touch, the Nano, the Shuffle, the Classic, you name it, versions of the iPod popped up and grabbed our attention in the noughties. If you want to know a fact you Google it, but if you want to see a clip, you YouTube it. Tags: Nintendo DS MySpace YouTube iPod Touch PLE Nintendo Wii Twitter Ringtones podcast Google FaceBook Bebo Clever.

Is the LMS Dead?


Others say the LMS is quickly being supplanted by the proliferation of PLEs (personal learning environments — where individuals construct their own mashup of Web sites, blogs, social network contacts, e-books and magazines, asynchronous courses, and other resources) which support informal learning. Despite dissatisfaction, the demand for LMSes is up. The opportunities afforded by SaaS apps already exist with online storage (Google Docs, for example). You can access a summary or view the archived session here. ). Craig Weiss, Analyst and Blogger at E-Learning 24/7.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Emerging Technologies in e-Learning

Learning Visions

Emerging" = kinds of e-learning that are just starting to show up -- in labs, new company offerings. A big explosion in the last 2 years. Self Serve Can also pick up packaged food -- self-service from a vending machine, etc. Sometimes its not even consciously done -- they might put up photos and tag them -- dont mean to generate content for others, but they do) Wearable computing (being a cyborg and having implants is the stuff of sci fi -- but its not that far away) "We look at the future through rear-view mirrors." This was an example of a mashup. 1980s CD ROMS.

The 3Di-Web Singularity is Near

Tony O'Driscoll

If you like what you read here, you may want to consider signing up here for the Forum on Thursday. In “The Singularity is Near &# Kurzweil posits that due to the law of accelerating returns, technology is progressing towards a singularity where a machine/technology mashup extends beyond the capability of human beings. CORPORATE SOCIAL NETWORKING GOES INTERACTIVE.

Social and connective lock-in

George Siemens

Being able to mashup real estate data with Google maps generates more value than each element does alone. If you’ve been involved in the open Connectivism and Connective Knowledge courses, you’ve likely heard Stephen and I rant on some variation of “the knowledge is in the connections&# or “the knowledge is the connections&#. This principle applies not only to knowledge growth, but also to organizational value networks , social networks , underpins the concept of the semantic web, and so on. Companies realize this. What’s a company to do??

Five Myths of Social Learning

Dawn of Learning

Contrary to what we’d like to believe, social learning doesn’t always start at the training department and work its way up, quite the opposite. For example, see the blog page here: [link] – in this page there is a link to an IMS Common Cartridge published by Pearson, as well as specific content from the cartridge “mashed-up&# into a blog (a QTI Assessment and a secure, Basic LTI launch of an eBook). Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc. According to a McKinsey executive survey , a whopping 71% of enterprises are using Web 2.0 The Web 2.0 Reality: No, it’s not.

Hello from Milepost 214. or. Two Nerds in Iowa! - NorthStarNerd.Org


NorthStarNerd.Org Dedicated to open access sharing of knowledge - Your host: Rich Hoeg Blog Engineering Learning Nerd TV Nerd Tweets Nordic Skiing Site Map Tutorials « Map Mash-Ups for the Rest of Us?? Main | Google Maps Screencast / Tutorial » April 06, 2007 Hello from Milepost 214. Two Nerds in Iowa! Catchy title, huh? However, its true. Iowa is cool!

Coaching Critical Thinking to Think Creatively! (Zaid Alsagoff)


In short, I extracted and mashed up past learning references, added my flavour, and brought in assistance from another galaxy (e.g. Of course to loosen up the overall fear, I would first gently force the most nervous or scared looking student in the class to answer an open-ended question with their own opinion. Please keep that up…” Now this is pleasing to my ego! 2007).

eLearning Predictions Further Thoughts

Tony Karrer

pb&SP=MC&rID=58772167&rKey=9ac6286700094e6f Thought I’d do a quick post with some random follow-up thoughts: Skim Long Posts I asked at the start of the online session how many people had read my post that basically was very similar content. People end up staying home to be able to attend virtual events. But the pain point for companies and for CLOs is responding to the pace and living up to the commitment that they are going to do more with less. Google Wave as a Mashup? Can I easily mash it with a course? Is Mobile Learning Real This Time?

Customization and the Organization

In the Middle of the Curve

like the Google Sidebar and Gadgets idea. know how to build stuff using Google's currently available tools, but I want more. I'm thinking that mashup tools might help. Dion Hinchcliffe has provided a brief review of 17 Mashup tools. So what's typically missing from today's mashup platforms to make them both useful and desirable in the enterprise? None of these are particularly easy to solve, which is most likely why mashups haven't been most prevalent before this. For instance, I want to be able to push brief instructions through the Sidebar.

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