Category Archives: web-20

web 2.0

Rock Band Academy

Image via Wikipedia The more I teach… and the more I see and use technology within education… the more I get anti-teaching. This technology business and all my active involvement with Web 2.0 and education stuff have taught me a … Continue reading

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Murder, Madness and Mayhem

Image via Wikipedia Sometimes people object to using Wikipedia for academic purposes. I am not going to deal with the pros and cons of such use here (though I am convinced the pros far outnumber the cons). I am going … Continue reading

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NITLE Prediction Markets

NITLE Prediction Markets Will the majority of institutions be using an open-source learning/course management system by spring 2010? This innocuous question is part of a series of market variables, each with its current value. The value of that proposition as … Continue reading

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looking for whitman?

bavatuesdays Looking for Whitman I am back from a short pilgrimage to Fredericksburg (Virginia), where the Reverend Jim Groom received my friend Doribel and myself with a great hospitality. I wrote down some notes (the Syndication Bus, BMWBlogs, WPmu and … Continue reading

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A new report from Forrest Research -as published by the New York Times (An Online Outlet for Creating and Socializing)- shows that Social Web users are creative and have a rich social life. The concept, which has been a theme … Continue reading

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