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  Wednesday, July 03, 2002


  Technology for learning: summary of my interests

Topics that I watch out:

  • General
    • general e-learning trends (mainly corporate, but education a bit as well)
    • e-learning and KM tools: relating and integrating
    • e-learning tools vs. general (or wider KM) tools
  • Specific
    • learner acceptance
    • games and e-learning
    • multicultural issues in e-learning, localisation
    • business case (ROI, getting stakeholders in, implementation...)
    • blogs and klogs of course :)
More on: e-learning 

  Learning Circuits

Haven't been there for sometime:

  • They added e-learning blog with several gurus writing their comments (current discussion is about ROI). Are my feelings right? Is it getting there?
  • They closed some areas for general access :( Is it time to become ASTD member?
More on: e-learning 

  How MIT's OpenCourseWare Will Change E-Learning

Nice Learning Circuits article about implications of MIT's OpenCourseWare...

Five ways the e-learning industry can add value to the MIT content:

  • Increase interaction: face-to-face, teachers over Internet, computer-based (e.g. simulations)
  • Tailor, assemble, and repurpose [MIT] content
  • Become certification authorities
  • Innovate with technology: game-based e-learning, LMS & learning objects, rich content, purposeful linkage, dynamic integration
  • Innovate with pedagogy: adapting to learning styles, more support for learning ill-structured tasks, collaborative learning,
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