E-Learning Authoring Tools Characterized

The E-Learning Curve

Typically, e-learning content developers integrate digital media including: Text Images Animations Audio Video …to create e-learning content and courseware. Web Site Authoring Tools Used in creating mark-up language (i.e. Includes social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, mashups and folksonomies. Tags: folksonomy blog wiki content development authoring tools podcast read/write web mashup elearning development

Semantic technologies and learning

Learning with e's

image, sound, and video) to provide students with a better understanding of concepts under study. refers to this phenomenon as “fluidity among the modalities,” where many new modalities will come in addition to the more frequently used ones - text, video, voice, and image. 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.

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The changing Web

Learning with 'e's

Social media - often referred to as Web 2.0 , or the participatory Web - is shaping up to be one of the most important tool sets available to support the promotion of change in education. applications have grown out of the need for people to connect together, share experiences and knowledge, enhance their experiences and open up new possibilities in learning. Delicious, Diigo), microblogs such as Twitter, mashups (e.g.

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Up Pompey

Learning with e's

I will be hooking up with old pals Emma Duke-Williams (world famous in Portsmouth for her portrait of me as 'multi-me') and Manish Malik (with whom I have just written a paper on Cloud Learning Environments). I hope to explore some of the possibilities and potential of tools such as blogs, wikis, microblogs and aggregators, and will also explore mashups, social tagging, and concepts such as 'wisdom of crowds' and folksonomies.