Archive for May, 2006
Hi again Everyone :o)
Just a reminder about the live online conversation with lead article author Joanne Jacobs on this coming Tuesday 30 May at 2pm Australian EST. This converts to 10pm Monday 29 May in Denver (US) or 4pm Tuesday 30 May in New Zealand. Please extend this invitation to your networks.
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We have compiled all the text versions of our edition 9 contributions into one downloadable PDF file, available from the right hand menu on the edition 9 page.
So feel free to print out and and read at your leisure.
We’d appreciate any feedback.
Edition 9 of The Knowledge Tree: an ejournal of Learning Innovation is now available in social software.
We’re uploading as we go, in the true sense of rapid publishing, but thought it time to open it up for subscriptions.
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In this article Joanne Jacobs writes on the impact of blogging and social software on education, publishing and play. Seconded to the Australasian Centre for Interaction Design (ACID) Commonwealth Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), from Queensland University of Technology’s Graduate School of Business, Joanne is currently managing collaborative projects, research and commercialisation.
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Margaret Robson works in the Teacher Education Department of the Canberra Institute of Technology, in the Australian Capital Territory, and has been teaching the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment for a number of years.
In this interview Margaret talks about the concept of ‘finding your voice online’ within Belensky’s (1986) theoretical model of Women’s Ways [...]
The journal of the 2006 Australian Flexible Learning Framework (2006 Framework), The Knowledge Tree: an e-Journal of Learning Innovation, enables the sharing of research and innovation in global e-learning practice.
The 2006 Framework is now calling for contributions relating to current research in learning innovation. Contributions must be received by close of business 9 April 2007 [...]
In this interview James Farmer of Deakin University, clarifies the benefits of using social software for educational purposes. He explains how and why he became a blogger and what social software tools like Word Press Multi User (WMPU) have to offer online communities.
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Table of contents (all editions)
Most Commented KT Articles
- Blogs and Community – launching a new paradigm for online community? (26)
- Why blog together? James Farmer- founder of edublogs.org (6)
- Open complementing closed - PLE and LMS - why, what for and how? (6)
- iPods in Education:Innovations in the Implementation of Mobile Learning (5)
- Surveying online technology: a matter of design by Ian Robertson (4)
- Time Shifting Time - Podvocation -what it is and why you should care. (4)
- Upcoming in Edition 13 - The use of cellphones as a support mechanism for students on placement (4)
- Finding your voice online: Margaret Robson (3)
- Mlearning: A future of learning by Marcus Ragus (3)
- Students come first - blended learning in a distributed model: An interview with Donelle Batty. (3)
- blog (20)