Learning - Educational Technologies - Articles Archive
from March 8, 2008 to February 6, 2008

A new modelling method for instructing online, social media before it became what we see today and interesting thoughts on the science of experience are just some of many worthwhile topics pointers on new technologies, media and education selected this week by guest contributor George Siemens. In ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnspace - March 8, 2008
One thousand true fans can truly make a difference if you are online author, writer, musician or videomaker seeking to make a living inside the long tail. Contrary to what you may have thought or have being told, if you have real, solid value to share, ... read more

Robin Good - March 5, 2008

Need to create a free wiki for your team? Want to share your desktop or remote control your friend's computer? Don't know yet how to send huge files to someone? In this weekly selection of online collaboration tools I have selected eight services that can really ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - March 3, 2008

Making sense of new technology and media: a weekly digest edited and written by educational technologies expert George Siemens brings to you some of the most interesting pointers, trends, reflections and issues to follow that have emerged during the last seven days. In this weekly digest these ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - March 1, 2008

When does watching a video online count as a "video view"? If your video counter on YouTube or Blip.tv says 5,000 views, what does that really mean? Have 5,000 people really watched your video from beginning to end or are these just those that clicked play, ... read more

Mark Rotblat - TubeMogul - February 29, 2008
Key breaking news coming from Google today. Two key stories are on my screen today and I am devoting all of my focus to them: 1) Google just launched Google Sites - a full wiki service that I was just waiting ... read more

Robin Good - February 28, 2008

Many have already talked about it. Of those who have used it, some, with enough courage and vision, have made it one of their staples of online programming. Take Steve Garfield or Robert Scoble, to mention two of the guys I have been following on a ... read more

Robin Good - February 27, 2008

This is too good to be true! FreeScreencast is a new free web-based service that allows you to record anything taking place on your screen in a simple way. Not only. FreeScreencast takes care of uploading your recorded clip and provides you immediately with an embed ... read more

Robin Good - February 26, 2008

Want to send a really huge file to someone but don't know how? A new web-based service allows you to send files of up to 2GB in size without even registering! How is that for effective online team collaboration? But there is more indeed, especially if ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - February 25, 2008

Today your strongest asset is your network. Your social network of informed, intelligent peers, is going to be the most valuable resource you have against the increasing landslide of information coming at you. It is in the wisdom of crowds, in word of mouth marketing, and ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 23, 2008

OoVoo is a new free videoconferencing solution that works across PCs and Macs (Linux version coming) and which allows up to six participants in a video call, as well as recording, text chat, direct file sharing and a lot more. In general, OoVoo is rather easy to ... read more

Robin Good - February 21, 2008

It is far too easy for teams to lose focus in today's fast paced collaborative virtual workplace. When your team starts falling behind and can no longer see just how mission critical their work is to the project, it is time for you to help the ... read more

Ken Thompson - The Bumble Bees Top Collaboration Techniques Mini Site - February 20, 2008

Do you want to connect to upgrade your toolkit for online collaboration with some good tools? Need a wiki? Want to share files and documents with your team? Don't know how to connect all major instant messengers at once? Not all are new, but they are ... read more

Robin Good - February 18, 2008

Getting to understand, appreciate and follow all that happens in the online world takes more attention and energy than any normal individual can ever have. This is why, increasingly we need newsmasters, curators, and opinionated digest editors who can explore, scan, select and report on what ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 16, 2008
Do you want to ask me direct questions about online publishing, video or internet marketing but have no idea of how you can do this? Today I open up a new public thread of video posts that will answer directly your email questions and requests. Just ... read more

Robin Good - February 15, 2008

The skills that are highly valued today are not even distantly related to the skills that are developed in our educational prison facilities year after year, week after week, class after class, when students are put into classrooms, disconnected from each other to fill tests, amputated ... read more

Teemu Arina - Dicole - February 13, 2008

"Biology is war, in which only the fiercest survive. Businesses and nations succeed only by defeating and destroying and dominating competition. Politics is about your side winning at all costs." But there is a new narrative that is spreading across and that tells a new story, about ... read more

Howard Rheingold - TED - February 12, 2008

In this weekly selection of online collaboration tools, instant messaging, how to effectively organize your team by creating projects and assigning tasks , new tool to share any type of file online and a service that allows to write on the same document with others in ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - February 11, 2008

Making Sense of New Technologies and Media is a weekly digest, curated by education, technology and media expert George Siemens and focused on analyzing, reporting and providing thoughtful insight into the use and intelligent application of such new technologies to our everyday lives In this week digest: a) ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 9, 2008

As of 2012, Adobe Share is no longer active and it has been replaced by the new Adobe SendNow, which is part of the Acrobat.com suite, a collection of online services intended to help Internet professionals and businesses to collaborate online. Adobe SendNow is still free ... read more

Robin Good - February 6, 2008

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