bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010

Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com – Home of the Feltron Annual Report and other lifelogging experiments – (lifecasting lifelogging ) Technologically Externalized Knowledge and Learning « Connectivism – – (vle ple learning elearning ) After Frustrations in Second Life, Colleges Look to New Virtual Worlds – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education – The thrill… Continue reading bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010

bookmarks for November 6th, 2009 through November 12th, 2009

The Millennial Muddle: How Stereotyping Students Became an Industry – Student Affairs – The Chronicle of Higher Education – A close and thorough look at three or four ways of analyzing and grouping students. Opens up a general critique of the method and those who base their assumptions and actions on the results. Valuable for… Continue reading bookmarks for November 6th, 2009 through November 12th, 2009

bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th

A catch-up post while reactivating postalicious. 15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management – – (infographic visualization software ) Wolfram Alpha – a new kind of Fail – Taking Wolfram and his data processor down a notch. – (newmedia plagiarism google searchengine ) Commuters asked to write Haikus – Remember the Guardian’s txting poetry contest?… Continue reading bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th

some notes on using the iPhone as a notes reader that ends in paper inertia

What I’d like to do Make docs and some images available from a desktop and laptop to iPhone for reference and for use in classes. These are mainly rtf notes, but I’d also like to access to pdfs for articles. I keep my course and research notes in DevonThink. They get into DT in a… Continue reading some notes on using the iPhone as a notes reader that ends in paper inertia

yancey and writing in the 21st century

Kathleen Black Yancey in her recent NCTE report Writing in the 21st Century (pdf) touched a chord for mobile teaching of writing. Yancey sketches a 19th and 20th century history of writing in America, and mentions the changing spaces of composing, from pen and ink, to pencil, to ballpoint, to typewriter, to stand-alone PC, to… Continue reading yancey and writing in the 21st century

weblog projects starting up

Projects for Weblogs and Wikis will be starting up this coming weekend. Proposals are due today, approved Friday, with any requested revisions due Monday. And in keeping with student projects, I need to start one of my own. I’ll post regularly for the next eight weeks on Twitter, Brightkite, Tumblr, Flickr and mobile learning. There… Continue reading weblog projects starting up