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eLearning 2.0 Technologies and Concepts: Start Pages as Environments for Self-Organized Learners

Buzz Marketing for Technology

eLearning 2.0 eLearning, Learning Design, eLearning Standards, Knowledge Management, Active Learning, Blended Learning, Web 2.0, Microcontent, Social Software. The prototypes of such environment are built in the Start pages Netvibes and Pageflakes. Labels: start page eLearning 2.0 Technologies and Concepts.

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First Steps Toward Becoming a 21st Century Educator | always learning

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Recently I was asked to write an article for the European Council of International Schools Shortcuts Newsletter about using web 2.0 tools to develop professional learning communities for international school teachers, at an introductory level. The 21st Century Educator: Embracing Web 2.0 The power of web 2.0

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How friendfeed Can Teach You About Your Friends

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Founded by four ex-Googlers, FriendFeed allows you to subscribe to your friends’ updates across 35 social networks and to stay up to date with the content they’re discovering and sharing across the web. In social media spheres, it’s almost unavoidable to not engage online with content in some way.

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eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

Buzz Marketing for Technology

These could be the university VLE, the workplace LMS or a collection of so-called Web 2.0 services like social bookmarking or photo sharing. All the while, the individual may wish to link selectively to an evolving parade of Web 2.0 This diagram shows how PLEs are situated at the intersection of VLEs, Web 2.0

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How to Really Build Backlinks and Dominate Google

Viper Chill

For a lot of competitive keyphrases online you’ll also find popular blogs, forums and niche social networks ranking highly. Yet, if I’ve spent some time interacting with their community and leaving comments, it’s more likely that they will fulfil the request (as long as your resource is relevant, and awesome).

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