I was reading Jeremy Zawodny’s trashing of Google over their new MyGoogle service and Jeremy mentioned FUSE. Jeremy quotes John Battelle from back in April:- Weiner calls his vision FUSE (for Find, Use, Share, and Expand) and it’s an apt metaphor – using search to fuse a myriad of services and applications, all of whichContinue reading “Find, Use, Share, Expand”
Something that is not from BlogTalk Downunder this morning, well kind of not. I was reading The Australian Flexible Learning Framework’s news item on mlearning in Australia. Some really interesting idea and statistics covered, such as in 2002 72% of Australian households had a mobile phone, and it is now estiamted to be well overContinue reading “mLearning”
Hugh Macleod has drawn a very simple picture what has lots of words to go with it that describes the beauty of corporate blogging. So where is the knowledge bit? By breaking through the membranes that Hugh discusses help the overall communication within an organisation, and opens the gates to the movement of knowledge toContinue reading “Corporate blogging and knowledge”
Great to see Anne Barlett-Brag calling for podcasting to enter education. Having seen the increase in productivity from my wife now she can download her lectures same day from Macquarie Uni there is huge potential.
Robin Good links to an interesting paper on the impact of podcasting and vodcasting in education. A recommended read for anyone involved in learning.
Another gem from PubSub. Selena has recently begun a blog on her learnings about elearning, with several very good posts. Her post on mLearning and smart phones. This follows on from my post on Macromedia and eLearning. Selena talks about her teaching of bakers in NZ, a perfect environment for some form of mlearning. AsContinue reading “mLearning and Smart Phones”
Found this interesting pieace around learning objects that are released under creative commons. Very cool!
On a raining Sunday morning here in Sydney I found an post from Cameron Reilly where he mentions he has his first podcasting client. Great to see organisations looking at new technology as part of their employee comm’s toolkit, hopefully he will give us all an update as to how it progresses. I have writtenContinue reading “Podcasting, knowledge management & learning”
I have written a couple of times in the past about ePortfolios and how I personally feel by leveraging blogs and wilki’s we could quite easily build a ePortfolio without the need of specialised tools. A couple of days ago Brian Lamb posted about how he and a friend (well mostly a friend) have modifiedContinue reading “Blogfolios?”
Here is an interesting goal that I found on 43 Things, the comments provided me with some great “food for thought”. 43 Things is a “newish” social site where people create and share goals and experiences. A similar tool could be put to work within a corporate learning/mentoring environment or even objective planning. Thinking furtherContinue reading “can 43 Things promote online learning?”