Workflows to save and organise the to-read-later content

What are the best workflows to save and organise content that one finds online, but doesn't immediately have time to read? First a few questions: How do you find online content on a daily basis, how does content find you? What is your current workflow? How/where do you save content that you find online but... Continue Reading →

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OER reuse landscape

A mindmap with the OER reuse landscape which I created last year as part of the JISC-funded OER impact study needs updating! It was supposed to be a living document. Well, it was. For a little while. It even got attention and contribution from overseas! But now it looks oudated and... dead. It's been only... Continue Reading →

LDSE at ALT-C

I am currently in Nottingham, participating at the ALT Conference. Tomorrow morning I am going to be one of the facilitators of the workshop “Innovating in teaching with an intelligent design environment” organised by the LDSE project team that I have joined very recently. In the workshop the participants will try out the very early... Continue Reading →

Shortening attention span

I took part in this year's JTEL Summer School as one of the students. The venue was organised in a beautiful city of Ohrid in Macedonia with the hotel situated directly on the deep-blue Ohrid lake. To me the place was a perfect choice for the event like this. The beautiful landscape and fresh air... Continue Reading →

Paradigm 2.0

Paradygmat 2.0 is the name of a brand new blog that Ilona Buchem and I lunched last week. We will be writing about issues related to Personal Learning Environments – at least for now. Pontydysgu hosts the blog and Graham Attwell wrote some nice introductory words to welcome us and make us visible to as... Continue Reading →

REVIVE workshop at the EDEN 2010 conference

This year’s EDEN conference takes place in Valencia in Spain, the city that I truly fell in love with last summer.  It is a fascinating city full of life, cultural heritage, beautiful beaches and green parks, tasty olives and sardines, and awe-inspiring Santiagio Calatrava’s architecture. But telling you about the city is not the reason... Continue Reading →

me or a person like me?

Yesterday I finally got to watch the 3rd episode of the OU/BBC co-produced series Virtual Revolution. The 3rd part was titled: The cost of the free. I highly recommend it to each single user of the World Wide Web - both to those who embraced Internet as just another tool for work, information search, shopping,... Continue Reading →

Google docs – a usage scenario

So, as promissed in the post Google Apps fo the OU students - will other follow?,  here comes the usage scenario on Google Docs. The original text is included into the iCamp handbook Google Docs If you are fifty years old now and you think back to your studies you certainly remember having to work... Continue Reading →

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