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October 06, 2010

Online Communities 2

Writing about web page

Online Communities 2

July 24, 2010

week twenty four

Writing about web page

Building VLEs

I used to hate the idea of VLEs because all they were becoming was online pigeon-holes for storing paper documents (paper-under-glass).

Must agree I share the frustration expressed here and the comments posted to this Building VLEs blog reflect common experiences for learning technologists world wide who are trying to encourage teachers to engage with the potential for using of technology in education.

Uploading documents should never be the beginning because in my experience it leads frustration both for teachers because it causes them more workload and also for those eLearning staff who are desperately trying to get educators to see beyond their physical filing cabinets and see the ‘e’ in eLearning not as an abbreviation for ‘extra’ but for ‘engaging’.

OK so seems everyone agrees on the barriers but how do we get educators to engage with this stuff?

Do these "develop by stages" approaches help or hinder?

A Four Stage VLE Model

Week twenty–one

Writing about web page


Ah the possibility of diving back into the deep after a refresher :) rather than ears ringing with the chuckle of NZ Dive Master claiming "it's just like riding a bike" NOT!?

May 03, 2010

Week seventeen

Writing about web page

JISC Conference

Good leadership key to technology success in universities

Technology has to help institutions to reengineer themselves for the next ten to fifteen years.  Organisations like JISC need to facilitate this change and increase the level of technological understanding, especially at strategic and senior levels.

April 28, 2010

Week fifteen

Writing about web page


The future of PBL?

Virtual patients allow students to make realistic decisions and explore the consequences of their actions without harming the patient. 

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