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from January 4, 2009 to October 25, 2008

Coordinating assignments and collaborating effectively on your projects can be a huge pain without the right tool. You need to have an efficient way to communicate, share notes, share documents, share files, and more in order to work together effectively and maximize productivity. Here for you ... read more

Andre Deutmeyer - January 4, 2009

In this first 2009 issue of Media Literacy digest George Siemens focuses on cloud computing, connections in social networks, changes in education, and on a cool resource for education technology-related conferences. And to make 2009 an opportunity for personal change and innovation, George Siemens has decided to ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - January 3, 2009

Here is Part 2 of my New Media Trends and Predictions for 2009. In this report I look at major trends while I try to anticipate key changes and the type of innovation taking place around the world of new media communication and professional web publishing. While ... read more

Robin Good - January 1, 2009

Here my new media predictions for 2009: what to expect when it comes to new media, professional web publishing and learning, collaboration and social media? Find out everything I see coming across these key areas in this two-part report opening today. I have prepared this report, which ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2008

A look at the future of technology and trends in this issue of the Media Literacy digest. In this issue: George Siemens deals with changing paradigms in education, a new report about the Twittersphere, two interesting studies on the importance of video games in online learning, ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 27, 2008

Video publishers are in for some good news today. There is a new web service that lets you pull together multiple video feeds from sites like YouTube, Hulu, Comedy Central, and more in order to create your own Internet TV station. And if you love Post-it notes, ... read more

Andre Deutmeyer - December 22, 2008

Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch suggests a new possible scenario for your online identity. Google and Facebook may soon be the only companies controlling the way most of you are going to identify yourself on the Web. Facebook Connect and Google Friend Connect are two new and competing ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 20, 2008

Virtual worlds offer exciting opportunities in online learning. A virtual world is a fully customizable 3D environment on the Internet where people can meet, talk, and interact with each other as if they were in the real world. The big deal is that you're not just ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 13, 2008

Create professional looking presentations without using PowerPoint or Keynote and do it all from the web. Or at least that is what SlideRocket promises to offer. SlideRocket is a powerful new web-based solution for designing and sharing your presentations. You can even design and present offline using ... read more

Andre Deutmeyer - December 9, 2008

Tired of having to manually sync documents between your different computers and your mobile devices? I have an online collaboration solution for you that can synchronize folders across Windows, OS X, and mobile platforms... easily and quickly. Or perhaps you need a program that lets ... read more

Andre Deutmeyer - December 8, 2008

Microsoft and Apple believe that your digital life is as important as your real one. That's why the two companies are betting time and resources to develop a technology to help you manage all your personal information across different devices. The goal of Live Mesh and MobileMe ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 6, 2008

Is our worldwide education system ready to prepare for the unpredictability and fast changes that the 21st century will be serving? Education isn’t only about creating employees. It’s about empowering individuals to become individuals with the ability to manage effectively the increasingly faster transformations of a complex ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - November 29, 2008

The Best Online Collaboration Tools 2008, Collaborative Map is a live editable map of over 150 of the best free and low-cost online collaboration tools available, picked and selected by passionate users like you and me. That's right. This collaborative map has been created with the ... read more

Robin Good - November 25, 2008

As more and more students begin to attend online courses, is the educational system well aware of the potential of outside-the-classroom approaches in learning? The abundance and consequent fragmentation of information gives increasing opportunity to specialized forms of education that more effectively address personal contexts and ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - November 22, 2008

Pretty soon mobile devices will be used to stream live and on-demand, recorded training courses, engaging learners on the move even in the absence of traditional face-to-face approaches. But, would you attend a course via your mobile phone? Easy of access to high-speed networks is indeed ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - November 8, 2008

“New technologies offer new opportunities for educators to increase learner engagement and improve the overall value of the learning experience." (Source: George Siemens) Is your university or college using Facebook, wikis, podcasts, or other social media technologies to communicate, interact and engage with its students? Educational technologies ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - November 1, 2008

Did you know that even the Pope is now live video streaming from its mobile phone? Can't believe it? In this video conversation with Bhaskar Roy, co-founder of QIK, one of the most popular live mobile video streaming services, Robin Good uncovers the Vatican story ... read more

Daniele Bazzano - October 28, 2008

Screen capture and screen recording tools allow anyone to record faithfully any visual activity taking place on your computer screen, generally for the purpose of creating a video tutorial, demo or showcase to be published online. Once a screen recording gets published online it is normally ... read more

Nico Canali De Rossi - October 27, 2008

Do you need to capture your screen activities, test out color combinations, or join multiple videos into a single one? In this visual communication Sharewood Guide I have collected some cool new tools to help you prepare, organize and communicate your visual and video messages more ... read more

Robin Good - October 26, 2008

How do you make sense of the huge quantity of the increasing amount of fragmented, separate, granular information you're exposed to when learning? "We make sense personally. No one makes sense for us." If you just rely on educational and academic institutions to make sense of the ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - October 25, 2008

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