The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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quite similar to the ideas of the british entrepreneur who made OpenIdeo, but this section of the Values Exchange is designed for schools - to be an opportunity for students to discuss and refine and exchange their ethics and values in discussion on line based on chosen case studies
Queensland University of Technology "This online information literacy tutorial provides undergraduates with the skills and tools to find and manage information effectively. Choose one module to suit your needs or complete all six. Pass the test for your Pilot licence."
New curation and bookmarking tool - drag and drop images, text, video, web page into your collection and then share and publish online. Delivers content in a highly visual format. Join up during testing phase!
From the Brisbane festival - idea of a British Entrepreneur, a fantastic forum for information exchange - follow through the refinement of a problem - information process based- then using crowd sourcing, try to suggest a way forward. Cases posted regularly
A look at linear time and information: from the occurrence of an event, era, social movement or discovery, ...to the documentation of evidence relating to this event, era, social movement, etc.to how the evidence is disseminatedand how researchers (and term paper writers) can find this documentation
YouTube clip pitched to real estate agents. Hang on! They're only referred to a few times! The material is highly relevant to TLs.
Both content creation and content curation can help you position yourself as a trusted resource online. But before acting on either, consider formulating a content strategy. This way, whether you are creating or curating you can be sure that the content you share is valuable and useful to your intended audience. So what's the difference [...]
This presentation was delivered by Steve Wheeler, Associate Professor of learning technology at the University of Plymouth, during his keynote address at the eAssessment Scotland Conference. Well worth a watch!
"Developed by a team of librarians and others at Purdue University to guide you through the process of developing an effective information strategy." Attractively designed tutorial covering all areas of information searching. http://goo.gl/4vG7C
Site contains it's own search engine for web based infographics, is a silo of data from govt agencies, non-profits and other research and data-focused entities and allows users to create their own infographics.
Web Elements Engaged is a joint project of the School Library Association of Victoria and ITmadeSimple.‘Students of today should be creators of ideas, not consumers of information’.Based on this premise, the project, Web Elements Engaged has challenged ten school teams, consisting of a teacher-librarian, a teacher and 15 – 20 students, from Year 3 to Year 10 across Victoria.
An interesting post by Shelly Wright about 'flipping' the classroom, reversing instruction using video to reach students at home, then focusing on the inquiry learning once they are in the classroom....