Category: PLE

ยป Personalisation in electronic environments Josie Fraser gives a good overview of where we are, and, more importantly where we could be going with personalisation in electroncic (learning environments). She looks at a range of differing levels of personalisation and control that the learner can have over the environment, and sees a difference between a…

Collaborative Notetaking

DyKnow seem to supply some collaborative notetaking software. It looks interesting, but, though I can find several places telling me that the *client* is free, I can’t seem to find the cost of the server – which it seems to need! There are other tools that I have found, that are free; for example: Google…

Blogs and ePortfolios and Assessment

Barbara’s thinking Out Loud about blogs & ePortfolios. Here at Portsmouth we’ve been talking about blogs & ePortfolios; I’m hoping to have Elgg set up for the start of next academic year, and to test it with some students, primarily for blogging, but, as all the groups that I’ll be working with will have to…

More on PLEs

I’ve already mentioned my thoughts on the use of Google as a way of creating a PLE. A post of Joan’s on the Social Learning site points to Graham’s position paper on PLEs – which is well worth reading. He’s got a list of tools that could be combined to make a PLE (given the…

PLEs & Google.

Since attending the PLE workshop, I’ve been mulling over the possibility of using a Google personal page as a form of PLE. I’ve already downloaded Google Notebook, which resides on the lower bar of the browser. I’ve got several different feeds onto my personal page (Gmail, Google Reader, BBC news etc.,), however, there are some…