ICOPER exploring the capabilities of widgets to deliver units of learning. We are planning a widget workshop in Vienna on 5th of May, and hopefully we will be able to get a full update on the interesting developments going on in the UK, where the CETIS guys are working on a “Wookie server“. In [...]
Entries Tagged as 'LÃ¦ringsteknologi'
March 4th, 2009 · 2 Comments
June 17th, 2008 · No Comments
MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching has just published a special issue on Learning Management Systems, life-long learning, identity, Web 2.0 and the other “framework” questions relevant for digital learning support. Read the abstracts page - and pick you PDFs for download or read online!
Deepening the Chasm: Web 2.0, Gaming, and Course Management Systems, [...]
August 12th, 2007 · No Comments
Thanks to Wayne Hodgins I stumbled across this funny and effective presentation on wikis - “Wikis in Plain English” by leelefever (YouTube user name) who has published a number of presentations of new web technologies in plain English.
Why don’t we do it simple?
May 23rd, 2007 · 2 Comments
I firmly believe that the modern learner needs more than one identity. So while we are waiting for the heavyweight systems to be developed (like the FEIDE system i Norway), we should implement lightweight OpenID in our non critical services and systems. Simon Willison is relentlessly advocating the solution - this time with 178 [...]
February 14th, 2007 · No Comments
In the Learning Technology Satisfaction and Trends Report for February 2007 issued by IMS Global Learning Consortium a few days ago Moodle and two other systems are rated higher by US respondents than the market share leaders Blackboard and WebCT. 16% of the respondents appeared to be likely to switch course management systems in [...]
February 12th, 2007 · No Comments
I’ve just submitted a paper to the ICALT 2007 together with Paul Hollins of JISC CETIS. The preprint will go online when I have more ports open (sitting in Birmingham at a e-Framework Modelling workshop)
The conclusion of our paper is the following:
To discourage proposals for monolithic system architecture and to pursue vigorously the lightweight approach [...]
December 17th, 2006 · 1 Comment
it is a positioning game - vendors need to be cool and label their products with the last trendy buzz words, hoping not to alienate their regular customers. So LMS is out, and the British equivalent VLE is also disputed. It is PLE now, Personal Learning Environment.
Blogging and ePortfolios! It’s learning now offer students and [...]
December 5th, 2006 · No Comments
We have Web 2.0, and now we seem to have 2.0s of every species we can think of. As SOA 2.0. UK JISC Technology and Standards Watch (JISC TSW) is now commissioning a peer-reviewed report on Service-Oriented Architecture, its relevance to HE/FE, and its likely future direction. And guess what they want to hear more [...]
November 13th, 2006 · 2 Comments
Tengel SandtrÃ¸ har vÃ¦rt pÃ¥ ePortfolio-konferanse i Sverige og har gitt et utmerket referat i sin blogg. Tengel skriver at “Danmark og Norge ble trukket fram som eksempler pÃ¥ at portefÃ¸lje ble satt pÃ¥ dagsorden sentralt”. Ja, jeg har ogsÃ¥ hevdet dette i presentasjoner, f.eks. pÃ¥ en konferanse i regi av Det europeiske skolenettet for [...]
November 6th, 2006 · No Comments
James Dalziel, skaperen av LAMS, har holdt nylig en presentasjon om e-lÃ¦ringsplattformer, innovasjon, opphavsrett og Ã¥pen kildekode. Presentasjonen er en god forberedelse til LMS-seminaret til HÃ¸yvis, Utdanningsdirektoratet og HÃ¸ykom holder i neste uke, og til de to seminarene som vil bli avholdt senere i mÃ¥neden pÃ¥ HiO om sosial programvare og et nytt senter [...]