eLearning 2.0 Random Thoughts based on Chat

Tony Karrer

One interesting result is that the audience for my eLearning 2.0 But right now, a distributed discussion is hard to effectively track. BTW, the term honey pot comes from a security term - it's a place you set up to attract people. To be more specific on the IT is Evil comment, it's the security surrounding many of the Web 2.0 Going back through the back chat / back channel during my presentation was really interesting to me.

Firewalls and Security in Software as a Service

Tony Karrer

One of the interesting outcomes of my recent course - Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 The good news is that there are lots of these services in most categories, and thus, the best advice is: Test any service you are thinking of using in different locations and desktops to make sure that you are able to use the service effectively given firewall restrictions. The other big hurdle is the question of security. The security issue not new. Look at security.

10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

Key features include recording through a microphone or mixer, digitizing recordings from tapes, audio editing, importing and exporting audio files, effects and quality adjustments. It also integrates with a few open source eLearning tools. RECENT ARTICLES eLEARNING 2.0

Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources

Tony Karrer

So, of course, I went to eLearning Learning and I looked at Wiki , Collaborative Learning with Wikis , Wikis and eLearning 2.0 , Wikis Corporate eLearning , Social Learning with Wikis , Wiki Security and a few others. Experiencing eLearning , July 27, 2009 Wikis at Work - eLearning Technology , February 25, 2007 Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage , May 4, 2009 Blog or Wiki?

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A Speedbump for Social Learning

eLearning Weekly

Whether you call it Learning 2.0, eLearning 2.0, or Social Learning, there’s a relatively new wave of tools and technologies that allow people to communicate and collaborate in a surprisingly easy and effective way. Some examples are Twitter , Flickr , and Facebook ; to my knowledge, these applications don’t have a separate, secure, option for private business use.