Tagging Web2.0 Discussions – education.au

I would like to propose the following technorati tag for anyone who wishes to discuss issues relating to ‘Web2.0’ in the context of education.au:

eduauweb2

I will include an rss feed of this technorati ‘cluster’ in my ‘show and tell’ demonstration of my PLE (personal learning environment).

Add this piece of html to anything you post on the web.

<a href="http://technorati.com/tag/eduauweb2&quot; rel="tag">eduauweb2</a>

Technorati Tags:

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3 Responses to Tagging Web2.0 Discussions – education.au

  1. Unknown says:

    Thanks for the eduauweb2 discussion session today Mike. Sorry I will miss the next one, being in Canberra enthusing workshop participants about EdNA’s RSS feeds.
     
    Just to follow up on the suggestion about a list of educators who are doing interesting things with blogs, the following feed should give about 29 links that EdNA has collected over the last year or so.
    http://api.edna.edu.au/search.rss?q=teachers+using+blogs&kc=phrase&items=100
     
    It would be great to add others if you have some to suggest. Our current means of collecting them is:
    via email to askedna@edna.edu.au
    or form at: http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/go/pid/605
     
    A brainstorm on how we could do this in a Web 2.0 scenario would be beneficial to developing future services.
    Thanks
     

  2. Unknown says:

    Hi Mike! Great Session today. This is my third time entering this text as I had to sign in and each time I would move to another screen all the data would be lost. I hope I am successful this time. Not sure why we have to login to contribute!!
     
    Anyway, I have a real interest in how we help systems to build their capacity to be more reponsive to the rapidly changing technologies because it would enable better engagement with our youth who have built terrific skills and we should value these skills in our formal learning. Our ‘Emerging Technologies Report’ for ACT education department –
    http://www.det.act.gov.au/publicat/ pdf/emergingtechnologies.pdf
     
    suggested the ‘technology lag’ was about 5 years. Marc Prensky would add that with the rate of change increasing this lag is likley to increase.
     
    I am looking forward to exploring some of the technologies which leverage the tacit knowledge of the social networks to benefit the community a a whole.
     
    Garry

  3. Unknown says:

     
    I’ll add some of my own links that culd be added to the EdNA ones.
     

    Ewan McIntosh http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2006/03/got_a_blog_scot.html
    Leigh Blackall http://teachandlearnonline.blogspot.com/
    Allan Levine http://cogdogblog.com/
    Jo McLeay http://theopenclassroom.blogspot.com/
    Simply Science http://simply-science.blogspot.com/
     
    <a href="http://technorati.com/tag/eduauweb2&quot; rel="tag">eduauweb2</a>
    Cheers

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