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 From #240 TechLearn TRENDS: MASIE Centre donates $35,000 for practical research on e-learning (15/08/2002; 19:18:55)
 Elliott Masie in recent TechLearn TRENDS (bold is mine):
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 Special TechLearn Briefing on Blended Learning [video and more here; via recent TechLearn TRENDS] Elliott Masie speaks about blended learning developments of last couple of years and defines three directions for the discussion: the need for instructional desig (19/10/2002; 10:02:16)
 Great link from elearningpost:
Meta-Time: ELEARNING IS NOT IMPORTANTIn his trademark entertaining way, Jay Cross point s to the real benefit of eLearning--its in the DOING and not just in the LEARNING. (30/10/2002; 16:25:34)
 Special TechLearn Briefing on Blended Learning [video and more here; via recent TechLearn TRENDS] Elliott Masie speaks about blended learning developments of last couple of years and defines three directions for the discussion: the need for instructional desig (19/10/2002; 10:02:16)
 Something to come back later: discussion at BRINT about starting KM in small R&D company (05/08/2002; 13:34:06)
 Came via SynapShots: Learning How to Ask Powerful, Probing Questions (23/08/2002; 18:38:43)
 Recent k-log links:John Robb gives an example of k-logs in lawers network David Gurteen discusses difference between blogs and discsussion forums (25/08/2002; 21:52:51)
 Personal Website and Weblog Guidelines (via Gurteen Knowledge-Log): Ray Ozzie provides an example of corporate policies regarding personal publishing. (25/08/2002; 22:54:13)
 I came to Doc Searls weblog via John Robb and then I found this piece:
A few weeks ago, when I was talking with Tim O'Reilly about the patent mess, we deconstructed the noun information. (26/08/2002; 17:54:59)
 Knowledge Streams (Yahoo! Groups: klogs via John Robb's Radio Weblog) provides a good desription of using RSS subscriptions in a corporate settings (more than blogging). (30/08/2002; 10:50:34)
 John Robb's Radio Weblog continues pointing to old posts in Yahoo! Groups: klogs: this time it is K-Log community services. (30/08/2002; 23:21:54)
 I just reorganised my KM Summer School notes in one-page story: KM Summer School log (17/09/2002; 20:47:30)
 Browsing Knowledge Board: document about KM change management
The document starts with introducing a general change management approach which defines what change management is with respect to KM. (19/09/2002; 18:44:26)
 I recently added to my KM Summer School logLater additions at Knowledge Board:KM Summer School 2002 Review with links to the proceedings and presentations (free)KM Summer School – Round Up by Matthew Khoe, Martyn Laycock and Gerry Furlong (02/10/2002; 20:37:59)
 Elliott Masie in recent TechLearn TRENDS (bold is mine):
2. (10/10/2002; 10:04:16)
 Sébastien Paquet in A level-headed report on blogging pointers to Caslon analytics profile: web logs and blogging and provokes thinking:
I'll let you read and think about it for yourself before I comment.
(21/10/2002; 12:14:41)
 David Weinberger in Why I Conference Blog says something about feelings I had blogging KM Summer School:
But why real-time blog since post-session blogging enables me to reflect on what was said and write more thoughtfully? But post-session blogging means that (23/10/2002; 19:24:05)
 Elliott Masie in recent TechLearn TRENDS (bold is mine):
2. (10/10/2002; 10:04:16)


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