Tag: Classroom 2.0

What's in a name?

I’ve recently been involved with an email based discussion with other colleagues about aspects of “mobile” learning. There are various things we’ll be looking at, such as capabilities devices that students actually have, technical developments etc., and, the aspect I personally feel is crucial …the pedagogical issues involved when delivering learning material on small form-factor…

Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day: Slideshow of the Day

Jane Hart’s “25 Tools” is today’s Slideshow of the Day Of those she lists: Firefox – yes (and Flock) Delicious – got an account, but never use it. Google Reader – yes, embedded into my iGoogle page (& now into Vista’s Sidebar) Gmail – yes – again into iGoogle (though not the Vista sidebar ……

How Much Time Does Classroom 2.0 Take?

This was originally a post about Web2.0, in the context of libraries. It doesn’t take long to change it to “Classroom 2.0” or “eLearning”. From a staff point of view, if we’re going to start to get our students to use Web2.0 tools to support their learning, how much time we can allocate to supporting…