Learning - Educational Technologies - Articles Archive
from December 21, 2007 to October 21, 2007

Reflecting upon the true nature of the new set of media we have created around us is probably one of the most important activities anyone involved in media communication should engage with from time to time. I must be thankful for taking me again onto this intellectual ... read more

Robin Good - December 21, 2007

Interested in learning about the newest web presentation, visual communication and online collaboration tools? Robin Good' Sharewood Picnic is back again, bringing you the best and most interesting tools you probably haven't heard about every single week. After a few months of rest, here it comes again ... read more

Robin Good - December 17, 2007

Google Knol, Wikipedia, Third Places, Yale Online, Google, Rogers Wireless and the relevance of online information presentation design are all under the "making sense" radar of George Siemens weekly digest. If you need not to miss media and technology announcements that may have a direct impact on ... read more

Goerge Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 16, 2007

How often do you find yourself annoyed by the fact someone is suddenly ringing you on Skype as if it was the equivalent of a normal phone? Do you hesitate on whether to hang-up or erupt verbally as you answer the unknown calling party? Well, if this ... read more

Ken Thompson - Bioteams - December 14, 2007

Do you like GoToMeeting impressive screen-sharing capabilities but not its $49/month price tag? Are you on Windows? ConferencingNow offers right now what appears to be a full 100% GoToMeeting clone allowing you to have free online screen-sharing meeting with up to ten attendees at absolutely zero ... read more

Robin Good - December 11, 2007

Just out of Adobe Labs is a new free collaboration tool: Brio. Adobe Brio is a new free screen-sharing solution for up to three people which integrates text chat, whiteboarding, annotation, video, VoIP / teleconferencing, file-sharing and note-taking. Brio is fully based on the well-established and ... read more

Robin Good - December 10, 2007

Breaking technology news, the latest app, scores of startups launching in beta every day. The incoming wave of technology and media related news keeps increasing by the day with no signs of pause or slowdown. And while many blogs and news sites give plenty of coverage ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 9, 2007

Creating web applications that work, are well accepted, provide a useful service and spread like a wildfire are not easy to create. It takes a recipe of planning, technology creativeness, social ingredients and practical down-to-the-ground usefulness to make any social application stick. Joshua Porter of Bokardo, has ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - December 5, 2007

Do you need to send huge, impossibly large files to your colleagues via the Internet? Eatlime, a new free, web-based (and desktop) service allows you to send huge files to anyone while making the process as simple as it can get. Still in Beta, the new ... read more

Robin Good - November 29, 2007
The e-book revolution is about to take off? The launch of the Amazon Kindle has left many wondering whether the newest ebook reading device introduced by Amazon is a major misjudged flop or if it really represents one more convincing piece in the making of the ... read more

Antonio Tombolini - Simplicissimus - November 22, 2007

The ability to change, to inspire others and to seed ideas that will contribute to make our planet a better place, are very close to those reading these pages. Sharewood and my idea of helping independent publishers stems from the very desire to help others, helping ... read more

WantToKnow Team [via Sepp Hasslberger] - Transformation Team - November 17, 2007

Seesmic, the new video communication platform being setup right now in San Francisco by Loic LeMeur, (presently open only to a limited group of invited beta users) is the first one that hints at pushing the envelope of video publishing and microblogging by creating a social ... read more

Robin Good - November 11, 2007

You can tell a great designer from her ability to tune in, identify and deeply understand the needs and expectations of her design client. The greater this ability, the greater, in my experience, the likelihood of design success. Great designers, whether famous or not, are great listeners ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - social web design - November 10, 2007

Is social networking good for education? The National School Boards Association (USA) in partnership with research firm Grunwald Associates LLC, and the support of Microsoft, Newscorp and >Verizon has just published a data-rich survey dissecting social and education related activity patterns by American students. ...And the ... read more

NSBA - National School Boards Association - NSBA - National School Boards Association - November 9, 2007
Nowadays everyone wants to make a web TV. But outside of all the glamorous announcements and the new fancy video players used by these new web TV stations, very little innovation in content production has yet come to the surface. Here are my personal recommendations for ... read more

Robin Good - Master New Media - November 8, 2007

If you want to create, maintain and publish online databases, social lists, galleries or even interactive mash-up atlases as added-value content for your blog or website, you may very well want to take a look at Listphile. This simple, free, easy-to-use web application makes it a ... read more

Michael Pick - November 5, 2007

Our current political economy is based on a fundamental mistake. It is based on the assumption that natural resources are unlimited, and that it is an endless sink. This false assumption creates artificial scarcity for potentially abundant cultural resources. This combination of quasi-abundance and quasi-scarcity destroys ... read more

Michel Bauwens - P2P Foundation - November 3, 2007

New media literacy is the key missing component from our schools curricula. If you are to provide to your kids the mental tools and the manual skills required by today society you must help your sons master early in their teenage years how to express and ... read more

Howard Rheingold - Education.Au - October 28, 2007

Personalized search is gaining in popularity, as information overload reaches a critical mass. Lijit takes this to the next level, allowing your site visitors to search across the variety of social networking platforms for your content, compounding your position as a trusted source of information. It would ... read more

Michael Pick - October 22, 2007

Media literacy is the notion that learning how to use new media technologies, online collaboration tools, personal publishing and live video streaming gear is not just about being cool and hip but it is a set of fundamental skills every young person should be equipped with ... read more

Howard Rheingold - Education.Au - October 21, 2007

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