Last Build Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 14:02:28 GMTCopyright: Copyright 2003 Trond Kristiansen
Tue, 25 Feb 2003 14:02:28 GMT
Denne fungerer helt utmerket med min t68i og Powerbiik. Jeg kan bruke telefonen som fjernkontroll når jeg holder presentasjoner (PowerPoint eller Keynote), spiller musikk eller ser DVD.
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Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:52:23 GMTUK higher education reform: the implications for educational technology. The impact of the UK government's 'The future of Higher Education' white paper is still reverberating around the system. We know about the tuition fees, and the 50% participation rate, but what's the role of e-learning in all of this? [CETIS: Standards in Education Technology]
Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:51:57 GMTIEEE to lift SCORM, IMS Content Packaging to standard status, clarifies LOM future.. Though proper standards bodies like IEEE are supposed to be more cautious and slow than specification bodies, IEEE's Learning and Teaching Sub Committee (LTSC) is anouncing a raft of new standards and initiatives for 2003. LOM will get new bindings, the Architecture and Reference Model and the gubbins that define SCORM are nearly standards, Competency Definitions and Digital Rights Expression Language are in various stages of completion and with a bit of luck, the ongoing copyright issue over ... [CETIS: Standards in Education Technology]
Tue, 11 Feb 2003 12:32:45 GMTIBM research papers on knowledge management.
Some excellent resources found by Lilia in her research.
Trying to find a paper on-line gives you a lot of other interesting things. So, I came accross public papers of IBM Watson Research Center. These are some I'd like to check out:
- 02-07 Understanding the Individual, Community and Organizational Benefits of Work-Based Communities
- 02-01 Understanding the Benefits and Costs of Communities of Practice
- 01-06 The Dynamics of Social Interaction in a Geography-based Online Community
- 01-03 Social Construction of Knowledge and Authority in Business Communities and Organizations
- 00-07 Coming to the Crossroads of Knowledge, Learning, and Technology: Integrating Knowledge Management and Workplace Learning
- 00-06 New Workplace Learning Technologies: Activities and Exemplars
- 00-05 Designing Learning: Cognitive Science Principles for the Innovative Organization
Thu, 07 Nov 2002 14:48:30 GMTGood overview of conferences:
Tue, 05 Nov 2002 10:55:02 GMTObjective: Re-usable competency. After some extensive technical finetuning, IMS just made version 1.0 of the Re-useable Definition of Competency or Educational Objective (RDCEO) spec available. The purpose of this spec is to make it easy to refer to things like learning outcomes, skills, knowledge and tasks. This is particularly useful when information is required for career plans or when refering to course prerequisites or course outcomes. [CETIS: Standards in Education Technology]
Tue, 29 Oct 2002 07:36:03 GMT
Building Online Communities. It's easy to install and run a Web site or a mailing list. It's hard to run it well. The secret lies in understanding and adopting the best characteristics of several online communities. Ausdrucken! [O'Reilly Network Articles][Der Schockwellenreiter] [thomas n. burg | randgänge] [Blogging Alone]
A nice read, very down-to-earth. Things worth keeping in mind.[Seb's Open Research]
Sat, 26 Oct 2002 15:47:53 GMTMaastricht approach to problem-based learning. The course aims to introduce 'novices' to the principles and practice of problem-based learning (PBL) in health professions education as currently applied at Maastricht Faculty of Medicine. Each participant should become aware of the educational-psychological background of PBL and its translation in curriculum design and student assessment. Furthermore, following her/his specific interests, extra attention may be paid to aspects of PBL like skills training, block construction, Faculty development, practical and clinical training, programme evaluation, community-based education, academic advise, and management of education. Note: In November 2002 two new modules will be introduced: * Community-based education: the Maastricht approach * Visiting a real-life tutorial group Internet http://www.fdg.unimaas.nl/bib/workshop http://www.fdg.unimaas.nl/bib/workshop/workshopregistration/ [LTSN-01 events]
Sat, 26 Oct 2002 15:47:16 GMTED-MEDIA 2003-World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications. ED-MEDIA serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications / distance education. ED-MEDIA, the premiere international conference in the field, spans all disciplines and levels of education and attracts more than 1,200 attendees from over 60 countries. The scope of the conference includes most major topics as they relate to the educational and developmental aspects of multimedia/hypermedia and telecommunications. [LTSN-01 events]
Sat, 26 Oct 2002 15:46:09 GMTCSCL2003 (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning). The theme for CSCL 2003 is Designing for Change in Networked Learning Environments. The theme emphasizes the relationships between three aspects of networked learning environments: Pedagogical design of learning environments; improvements and innovations in learning technologies; Analysis and evaluation of collaborative activities in co-located and distributed environments [LTSN-01 events]
Sat, 26 Oct 2002 15:39:28 GMTDan Rehak: "SCORM is not for everyone". One the 'chief architects' of ADL's SCORM, Dan Rehak of Carnegie Mellon's Learning Systems Architecture Lab, outlined the future of the widely used elearning specification at the IMS special briefing for implementers on Friday. SCORM is about to gain more flexibility in sequencing, and wider system capabilities further down the line. Strategically, he clarified which pedagogies the model supports well, and which not, and emphasised that ADL ultimately wants to hand over SCORM to the community. [CETIS: Standards in Education Technology]
Sat, 26 Oct 2002 15:38:59 GMTe-learning for the rest of us.
Stephen Downes: Most people - I am not sure how many - do not work for large corporations. They cannot afford a learning management system that costs $100,000. So why is everybody in this room (the trade room floor) focusing on selling large LMSs and the like to corporate purchasers? What will all of this look like when the e-learning is provided for the rest of us?
The future is in the most accessible system, it would seem.[Seb's Open Research]