Monthly Archives: January 2010

Midway through EVOMLIT: State of the Session in Week 3

I need to send out the state of this EVO Multiliteracies session message I’ve been promising for some time. I have been busy churning out content and I see that others are as well. It’s just a little difficult to find it. Some EVO sessions are sur… Continue reading

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e-Portfolios, Folksonomies, Tags and RSS, Aggregation, and all things Miscellaneous

In our course on Multiliteracies for Social Networking and Collaborative Learning environments, we intend to get into the concept of e-Portfolios, the idea being that anyone undertaking a learning journey can record and document the stages of that… Continue reading

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Class Finale January 19, 2010: Live Worldwide Webcast from 7 to 8:30 a.m. GMT

This is a class where everyone is learning, especially me. I???ve learned how to use a Posterous blog as a tool for class conversation. I???ve also found that several people around the world are following our posts when I email them from my computer a… Continue reading

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Work with Google Reader and IWB Jan 14 – Live event planned for Sunday Jan 17 … or Tue 19th?

Mariam and I (Vance) were on hand for the Jan 14, 2010 workshop, #2 of the 4 planned. I updated http://tinyurl.com/21centuryskills4pdo to show what we did there. Mariam had already added feeds to her Google Reader but for the benefit of those who … Continue reading

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Turning PUSH to PULL: Ways to filter through the masses of email generated by EVO

EVO sessions are marvelous events but they generate a lot of mail and it’s simply impossible to read it all. This is a growing problem with email in general, and part of the multiliteracies course at http://goodbyegutenberg.pbworks.com is to sugge… Continue reading

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Follow up on Tuesday’s session

I hope you enjoyed our session today. I???ve updated our shared page here: http://etherpad.com/21centuryskills4pdo I saved it, so you can do what you like with it and we can always revert to or at least rebuild from an earlier saved version (in case… Continue reading

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Just Curious becomes class blog for 21st Century Skills for Professional Development Online

21st Century Skills for Professional Development Online is a short course being conducted at the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi. The purpose of the course is to help teachers improve their autonomous learning skills by helping them to participat… Continue reading

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