Day: 8 April 2005

GENDER & COMPUTING

GENDER & COMPUTING This looks like a useful blog to add to the (rather too many!) that I’m already following via Bloglines. I’ve come across some of Hilde’s work before, both when I was doing research for the 1st year BSc. STAS material on Gender and the IT industry, and for the final year EdCOM…

american studies:

american studies: A Class blog, in which the teacher is involving not only the students and other teachers, but also their parents. It seems to be becoming a powerful forum for all to share their ideas of how the combined English & Social Studies class is developing. Will Richardson has discussed the blog on several…

IRRODL: Elements of Effective e-Learning Design

IRRODL: Elements of Effective e-Learning Design The IRRODL generally has useful papers – this one is no exception. They are looking at eLearning in all its genres – blended as well as distance. Though the paper focuesses on By ‘design’ we mean the planning or working out of the e-learning resource. This combines tasks including…

Main Page – Wikibooks

Main Page – Wikibooks This looks as if it has some potential – as with other Wikis it’s an open content system that all can edit. In this case, it’s a collection of books, with a vague “textbook” type emphasis. At the moment, it’s the cookbook that seems to be getting the most editing, though…

Mathemagenic: learning and KM insights – Thursday, April 07, 2005

Mathemagenic: learning and KM insights – Thursday, April 07, 2005This post is one of a series (currently 4), about the use of a blog for research. This one is a reflection on research notes I have for my research (which wasn’t designed as an ethnography). The author, Lilia Efimova is working on her PhD, with…