How to design and deliver good blended learning courses (part online and part f2f). Tips and advice.
There are interesting ways of perceiving or categorising Internet users, including the notion of ‘digital tribes’. Which tribe do you belong to?
Digital natives or immigrants? Time to come up with alternative conceptions eg digital visitors and residents…
PART 2 of a 4-part Beginner´s Guide series about Web 1.0, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, and xWeb (the extended web). Part 2 looks at Web 3.0 – ‘the Internet of things’ or the ‘semantic’ web.
Key online tutor skills, and how to evaluate them. Useful information for educators.
What is a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), and why they are important for educators.
No plenary speakers. No opening speech. No PowerPoint lectures. No panel discussions. No publisher exhibition. Sound like a conference? Hopefully not- it’s an Unconference!
How to integrate mLearning (mobile learning) with social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+…
Four different ways of structuring online videoconferencing sessions, webinars, or online conference presentations and online classes. Tips and activities.
Key resources, research and links on mLearning, or learning with handheld devices