Learning - Educational Technologies - Articles Archive
from September 6, 2008 to July 30, 2008

Are media and technology making you dumber? Do you feel socially distanced from what you really care about due to your increased use of technologies? We search Google and think we have acquired knowledge. We blog and think we have subjected our ideas to peer ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - September 6, 2008

If you want to increase the effectiveness with which you collaborate with your geographically dispersed team-mates this new set of online collaboration tools should come in handy. Among the new collaboration tools I have selected for you this week: a co-browsing facility, a new way to ... read more

Robin Good - September 1, 2008

What will look like education in the future? Are we going to see a revolution in the education system we have built in the last 100 years or a dissolution of the same as new approaches to education and learning slowly contaminate our fast changing society? ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - August 30, 2008

Daniele Bazzano contacted me via email to apply for the just re-opened MasterNewMedia Internship program, on Monday of last week. The next day, he had already been selected, among many, to be part of my extended virtual newsroom. Compared to the typical US guy (I have ... read more

Daniele Bazzano - August 29, 2008

Co-browsing systems, file sharing tools, polling and feedback services are just some of the great services Robin and I have hand-picked and tested for you in this new issue of our weekly online collaboration Sharewood guide. Here all of the online collaboration tools we have selected for ... read more

Robin Good - August 25, 2008

How can the educational system we pay for via our taxes change and transform itself into a new way to prepare our young people for an even faster-changing future? Are there alternatives out there? As I have promised you last week, George Siemens has made himself ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - August 23, 2008

How do you organize the content of a new web site or blog? Do you really need to spend specific time ahead of launching to organize the content sections and hierarchy of your web site? Why do I have to optimize my website? Can't ... read more

Jonathan Lane - Dev.Opera - August 22, 2008

Wondering how to evaluate a newly found website for trustworthiness and credibility? Is there a pragmatic and reliable way to do it? "You can make 10 times your present job salary if you just do this!" Have you ever read something like this? How do you know whether something ... read more

Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web - August 21, 2008

When you're writing a web content your strategy should be to tell immediately to your readers what it is so special about your post that they should stop doing other things and put all of their attention on reading it. More often than not though online ... read more

Robin Good - August 20, 2008

From Steve Rubel to Sepp Hasslberger, many beginning bloggers as well as a good number of experienced ones like to publish (especially on weekends) posts that are nothing else but a collection of recommended links they are offering to their readers. These digests of links have ... read more

Robin Good - August 19, 2008

If you are looking for web-based collaboration tools to manage your team projects and tasks, create wiki pages or interactive message boards, Robin and I have picked some really cool new online collaboration apps for this new issue of this weekly Sharewood Guide. Here the selected ... read more

Robin Good - August 18, 2008

Live video streaming services are a specific category of video publishing tools that anyone can use to stream live video from their computer, just using a fast Internet connection and a web camera. In this Sharewood Guide, Robin and I have picked for you the best ... read more

Robin Good - August 17, 2008

The more I proceed, the more I see how badly it is needed: media literacy. Understanding what information is, making sense of the different communication paradigms, from interpersonal to mass and social media, the creation of reality and consensus, the role and use of new technologies ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - August 16, 2008

"If you have mastered the blogging paradigm, have made your blog an authority and a reliable source of information, commentary or news in your selected field(/s) of interest, it is about time to "scale yourself up" - Work Less and Look More At The Bigger Picture ... read more

Robin Good - August 15, 2008

If you know someone who has the talent, will and true desire to get a professional web publishing experience and credential like no other, while creating the foundations for earning a good revenue in the future, this is the right time to apply for one of ... read more

Robin Good - August 13, 2008

From a media and technology news & reviews daily web magazine to a reference / learning resource with a specific focus on media literacy, communication skills and professional web publishing. This is the new editorial strategy focus for Master New Media, the daily magazine that originates ... read more

Robin Good - August 12, 2008

What is connectivism? If you were to ask Wikipedia without paying too much attention you would discover that this unfamiliar word originates right here in Italy. "...at the beginning of the 21st century in Italy, where is known as Connettivismo. It originated in Italian science fiction ... read more

George Siemens - Connectivism Blog - August 9, 2008

Ready for another cool set of online collaboration tools? Need to manage your online team, send instant messages to the group or do a quick and effective video conference? This week web collaboration toolkit includes new instant messaging tools, a tool for creating wiki projects, ... read more

Robin Good - August 4, 2008

To understand the times and changes we are going through, it is necessary to keep scanning the horizon for changes and new emerging patterns. Looking only at your close, surrounding community and environment doesn't help you see beyond your existing assumptions and prejudices. To ride them ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - August 2, 2008

How much time does it take for your new blog to become a source of new business and revenues from the time you launch it? What are the key benefits you will get if you start dedicating yourself to professional online publishing? What are the critical ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - July 30, 2008

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