It throws up 2 tricky questions for me, though…
Martin Weller’s blog, The Ed Techie, was the first technology blog that I followed and he’s a constant stream of intrestingness. His latest post is really valuable for anyone interested in ed-tech generally, but also open educational models specifically. He has done interviews with a number of OU luminaries (Martin Bean, Grainne Conole, Andrew Law and Simon Buckinham-Shum) on the questions of the benefits of technology for learning and interesting issues around openness.
I’m going all gooey about AudioBoo at the moment. It’s sat around in the perpiphery of my vision for a while now but in the last month or so I’ve started to see it as a really useful addition to my network of tools, especially now I’m a JesusPhone user.
Here’s why I’m gushing…
You can find links to the Facebook pages here.
One of the activities this semester for the Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation and Change MSc has been to examine a free Web2.0 tool and to post our reflections on it. I chose to do Wallwisher after a recommendation by Guy …
Film Education’s CP3 conference is a routinely excellent occasion and well worth your attention if you are involved in using digital media in education. I’ve blogged about it before….
The last event was in Liverpool (way back in July)
Aviary has recently released a web based audio editor called Myna… and it’s well wrth a look regardless of what area of the curriculum you’re from.
Aviary already has an established web presence with its fantastic suite of image and