New Learning

August 3, 2007

Web 2.0 and best practice

Filed under: Uncategorized — kevhickeyuk @ 1:27 pm

December 04, 2006

Last week was a bit of a whirlwind of training courses and events, so here are some highlights and gems I’ve discovered

         The Diary of Samuel Pepys as a blog. http://www.pepysdiary.com/. Complete with google maps showing the places mentioned, hyperlinks to background information and comments in the form of annotations.

         JISC RSC Yorkshire and Humber have a web 2.0 advent calendar http://www.rsc-yh.ac.uk/advent/

         I have developed a series of links and case studies relating to web 2.0 and elearning which can be found at http://del.icio.us/blogswikisandstuff

 

 

Helen Walmsley, my predecessor, has gone on to working on a fascinating project at Staffordshire University. The aim is to identify Best practice models, Case studies and How to guides for eLearning.  This has been Brocken down into the following topics:

         E-Discussions   

         E-Collaboration  

         E-Assessment 

         E-Induction 

         E-Work-based Learning 

         E-Problem/Inquiry-based Learning 

         E-Resources 

         E-Case Studies  

         New Technology 

         Theory of E-Learning Models 

 

Anyone can join the collaboration by going to  http://crusldi1.staffs.ac.uk/moodle/ where you will have to register and use the enrolment key BP06 to join the course Best Practice Models for E-Learning.

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