Learning - Educational Technologies - Articles Archive
from February 25, 2011 to December 18, 2009

E-learning, workflow learning, just-in-time learning, virtual classrooms and the world of education at a distance. Educational technologies are the new frontier for ay instructional designer: Blogs, RSS, wikis, collaboration systems, e-learning tools, presentation software, simulation tools, real-time videoconferencing, online classrooms.


Everyone is talking about them: eBooks. Whether you like, have tried or have yet to get exposed to this relatively new electronic publishing medium, you can be sure that ebooks will play a role in your future. Particularly so if you are an author. From the ... read more

Robin Good - February 25, 2011
 

The large adoption of communication and collaboration technologies, alongside the intelligent use and adoption of these tools by a new emergent class of educators, have opened up new horizons for the world of education and learning, by empowering students to be again explorers and active collaborative ... read more

Robin Good - January 25, 2011
 

What are P2P and open infrastructures? Can open knowledge and peer production subvert the economic system of physical production? Is there a chance for the "society of openness" to ever come of age? Robin Good interviewed the P2P Foundation evangelist and founder Michel Bauwens to find ... read more

Robin Good - October 26, 2010
 


Colleges and universities in North America continue to increase their adoption and large scale use of social media technologies, outpacing both Fortune and Inc 500 on the blogging front. Besides using these to augment and extend their overall communication, learning and student support services, educational institutions ... read more

Nora Ganim Barnes and Eric Mattson - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research - July 8, 2010
 

Self-publishing your online course as a book may be a great way to distribute a valuable piece of content you have to a broader audience. But can you just print your online course, choose a nice cover artwork and start selling your book? As you might ... read more

Heather Hedden - eLearn Magazine - May 19, 2010
 

To create, host and manage large-audience webinars and online events, there are a number of web conferencing tools that can help you deal efficiently with hundreds of participants. But how do you choose among all these services which one is best for you? In this MasterNewMedia ... read more

 

On May, 4th 2010, Ning, one of the most popular social networking platforms on the web, is phasing out its free service. All free online communities will either be converted into premium online groups or discontinued altogether. As a consequence of the subsequent growing demand for ... read more

 

What is project-based learning? PBL is a new learning approach which places greater emphasis on targeting the learning of complex experiences, geared to a specific goal or objective, in place of the traditional academic approach strongly focusing on rote memorization of multiple information items alienated from ... read more

Bob Pearlman - Edutopia - April 7, 2010
 


I guess we can agree: the world is changing at an increasingly faster pace, and the volume of information is growing at an explosive rate. Change is the name of the game these days and who lives and works off the Internet knows how true this ... read more

Teemu Arina - Dicole - March 18, 2010
 

Is online collaborative writing the recipe to change the academic publishing process? Are blogs and wikis going to subvert the way academics publish and distribute their work? Academics have long operated within a system of peer reviewed scholarship. The research process is seen as incomplete until a ... read more

Janelle Ward - The Broker - January 29, 2010
 

If you are interested in learning about new media trends, communication technologies and about the changes that are shaping our future, in this issue of Media Literacy Digest, open education advocate George Siemens, explores and reports on new fascinating stories and insights and on the impact ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - January 23, 2010
 

Focused atten­tion, par­tic­i­pa­tion, col­lab­o­ra­tion and crit­i­cal con­sump­tion (which includes "crap detec­tion") are the core 21st century new media literacy skills needed to become a fully enabled and active citizen of this ongoing digital communication revolution. "Increas­ingly... the dig­i­tal divide is less about access to tech­nol­ogy and more ... read more

JD Lasica - Socialmedia.biz - January 22, 2010
 

In this weekly Media Literacy Digest, open education and connectivism advocate George Siemens, explores and reports about emergent media, technology and learning, helping you make good sense of the many changes taking place around you and their possible impact on how we work, learn and communicate ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - January 17, 2010
 

In this weekly Media Literacy Digest, open education and connectivism advocate George Siemens, takes you to news and stories about his new media technologies discoveries and their possible impact on how we work, learn and communicate together. Inside this Media Literacy Digest How Is The Internet Changing The ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - January 10, 2010
 

If you are interested in finding out what I think 2010 and beyond have in store for you, when it comes to new media, communication, marketing, learning, collaboration and new technologies, you have landed in the right place. This is Part 2 of MasterNewMedia yearly report ... read more

Robin Good - January 8, 2010
 

Every end of the year I stop to write down my thoughts about what's coming up next, when it comes to communication, collaboration, learning, marketing, media and technology, as this is the busy and fast-changing crossroad where I hang out most frequently. This time it has ... read more

Robin Good - January 6, 2010
 

What is the future of education? What role will new media technologies play in the way you and I will share knowledge and skills in the near future? Are we finally going to reshape the educational system in favor of a more ubiquitous, engaging and peer-based ... read more

Robin Good - January 4, 2010
 

In this week issue of Media Literacy Digest, open education and connectivism advocate George Siemens, explores and reports about emerging media, communication technologies and education-related trends. His goal is one of helping you make good sense of the many changes taking place around you and their ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - January 3, 2010
 

What is cloud computing? Will "the cloud" really have that huge impact on the way you and I use the Internet? In this MasterNewMedia compilation of George Siemens' reports and discoveries, you can find the insight and ideas that may help you to make greater sense ... read more

George Siemens - Elearnspace - December 19, 2009
 

How to design schools and a new education system for the future? Is it possible to extract only the positive aspects of the current education paradigm and create a brand new schooling model? Somehow we have to recognize what is it that schools do well, what functionality ... read more

Robin Good - December 18, 2009
 

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