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Nonprofit Web Windfall at Work

A look at how a small nonprofit might have taken more advantage of social media to promote and extend a recent event. First: Relevant to my main post today, I noticed on The Bamboo Project that Marketing

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Blog Day

I noted last Friday that I do not usually post on Friday’s and then proceeded to do so. A habit may be forming, for today I was reminded by Michele Martin at The Bamboo Project that it is Blog Day,

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Connectivism Considered

We derive our competence from forming connections…the learner’s challenge is to recognize the patterns which appear to be hidden. Meaning-making and forming connections between specialized communities

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Freshminds Friday with Alan Watts

Here is some groovy content for your learning mix. Today I came across Freshminds and the Alan Watts Theater where South Park animators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have applied their animation skills to

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Connections and Comparisons: The Wealth of Blogs

A couple of Comments and Corrections before getting to the main portion of today’s posting: First, thanks to Tom Kuhlman from Articulate Global for commenting on my last posting, Rapid E-Learning, Blogs,

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Web 2.0-In Plain English

I’m going to let most of what follows speak for itself because, well, it does. These are four videos produced by Common Craft that provide brief introductions to four common Web 2.0 technologies: social

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TechSoup, Learning, and Web 2.0

I had the pleasure of getting to know the folks at TechSoup several years ago in the beginning stages of work on WebJunction, a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation project that was to (and does) include

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iPod, I Learn?

Like many others who keep track of developments in online learning and learning technology in general, I have been watching with interest as podcasting has assumed its place in the educational landscape.

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