Day: 7 December 2004

blogs in higher education

This post in blogsperiment: looks at the role of blogs in Academia, by examining two other posts – and subsequent comments about blogs in Higher Education. Several points come out, such as the parallel between having a blog with comments (by other academics in the field) and peer reviewed publications – and also whether or…

Open Source software and eLearning

Campus-technology have written an overview of how cost patterns might differ between setting up a commercial eLearning environment and an open source one. Among those mentioned in the report are Sakai, and Moodle. For example, they are suggesting that while 8% of the total budget is required for staff development and training for proprietary software,…

O Danny Boy

The Blog of a student following a Masters in Interaction Design. Danny has kept his blog for sometime – and it’s an interesting example of how 1 student is using a blog. He was also interviewed about his blog by Masih Nichani, on elearningpost….