Social Blogging

Location: Sydney, Australia

Saturday, May 06, 2006

this is an audio post - click to play

Wednesday, January 11, 2006


Test from Performancing.....

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Cool Tools
Interesting collection on handy tools for teachers.

OpenCourseWare Finder
The OCW Finder currently shows results from:
* Utah State University OCW
* Johns Hopkins School of Public Health OCW
* Tufts University OCW
* Foothill De-Anza SOFIA
* Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Learning 2005

Learning 2005 Conference

Social Software Blog

About Social Software

Blogging 101 Resources

Blogging 101 Resources v.2
(from BlogWrite for CEOs)

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Social Software (podcast)

Ross Mayfield at a conference in Estonia. Talking about wiki, social tags, social bookmarks (flickr,, Technorati) and blogging.
Interesting quotes: “occupational spam” (email at work), “breadcrumbs [of info] people leave behind”, “if your company doesn’t have a weblog, it doesn’t exist”.

Writeboard - Collaborative writing

Write, share, revise, compare
Writeboards are shareable, web-based text documents that let you save every edit, roll back to any version, and easily compare changes.
Use Writeboard to write solo or collaborate with others.

Monday, October 03, 2005

Blogs@ Anywhere

Blogs @ Anywhere: High fidelity online communication
James Farmer and Ann Bartlett-Bragg

This paper includes a brief review of some of the institutional and individual blog projects that are taking place in higher education. In doing so it examines the different types of blog environments that are being used in terms of their communication dynamics and subsequent impact upon teachers, learners and pedagogy. Further, a more detailed examination is made of the use of blogs in teaching and learning in courses at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). In light of these studies and examination, possible approaches to implementing blogs in institutional settings are outlined in the form of an alternative Online Learning Environment. In addition, a study to be undertaken in 2006 examining the impact of blogs on teaching and learning at Deakin University will be described.

Friday, September 30, 2005

Meeting Michael

AMEP Conference 2005