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Never assume…. that the idea you have had (that you think is ‘obvious’) is obvious to everybody!

Tayloring it

18/05/2011 15:46 via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet Favorite @CraigTaylor74 Craig Taylor. This was a lesson that was reinforced yesterday, during an exchange of tweets, allow me to explain. Over the next few years my Organisations is planning to relocate its ‘Training Centre’ (don’t blame me for the name) to a new building. I had a few ideas that I thought might be of benefit during the initial planning/design stages. Lose the ICT suite. This only serves to isolate technology from current learning activities as opposed to embedding it within them. No classroom?

RSS Reader Market in Disarray, Continues to Decline

Learning and Technology

After twitter launched its lists feature ,I am slowing moving to seesmic on web , 3 tabs which are always open in my browser are gmail,google reader and seesmic. Many of us still use them, but less than we used to. I for one still maintain a Google Reader account, however I don't check it on a daily basis. So what's happened to RSS Readers. At that point, very early in the web 2.0

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Jump Into The Stream

elearningpost

Someone might notice an obscure blog post on Twitter, where it starts spreading, then it moves to FriendFeed and Facebook and desktop stream readers such as Tweetdeck or Seesmic desktop and before you know it, a hundred thousand people are reading that article. Erick Schonfeld analyses the changing pattern of content on the web. First it was all about 'pages' and now it is about the 'stream'. It started with RSS and now its galloping ahead with Twitter, FriendFeed, Facebook and the like. The stream creates a different form of syndication which cannot be licensed and cannot be controlle

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George Siemens

As a small research project , I’d like to ask people to answer the following questions (on their blog, in YouTube, Seesmic, or wherever - please post a link in the comments section below): Does education need to change? I often hear educators talking about “education needs to change&# (I do it too). This is the case for the K-12, higher education, and corporate training/education markets. . Why or why not? If it should change, what should it become? How should education (k-12, higher, or corporate) look like in the future

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. You can never keep up with it all, but access to many experts who are also finding and sharing the lastest tech tools make it much less daunting.

RSS Reader Market in Disarray, Continues to Decline

Learning and Technology

After twitter launched its lists feature ,I am slowing moving to seesmic on web , 3 tabs which are always open in my browser are gmail,google reader and seesmic. Many of us still use them, but less than we used to. I for one still maintain a Google Reader account, however I don't check it on a daily basis. So what's happened to RSS Readers. At that point, very early in the web 2.0