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eDayz mind map
mind map + notes from Converge
Useful links emerging through the discussion:
(continuing from the
discussion around engagement
Young people online - EngageMe.net
came out of a project in NSW looking at "moblogging" (use your mobile phone to upload photos, create community around discussion of images).
Community and Culture:
, a group in Brisbane who work with community and culture, eg building up people's stories online via "
from the Teaching and Learning Online (
) crowd, "engaging filler activities".
Glasgow learning city
" - a few years ago, Glasgow set up a city-wide learning venture, aiming to bring adults back into community learning (both online and face to face), via shopping malls and sports centres as well as community learning places. At the heart of their campaign was some basic "Learn to Learn" resources, such as
"Sharpen Up" (avail. as pdf. 5mb)
. (This is still part of their
'REAL' learning city
.) Definitely worth a look for inspiring ideas.
is a brilliant Learning Skills resource for adults, from
ARIS (adult basic ed. resource & info service)
"Learn2Learn" is avail. on the web
CD via CAEPress
). Basic literacy skills for everyday living - lots of great cartoon characters and audio.
Learning to Learn with Style
project from LiteracyNet in the USA
, has a good overview - but they promise a video, and give no clues about how to get this video. (Interesting to compare this with the approach in the ARIS resource. Which one do you like better?)
Learning approaches, such as "
great resource from NSW TAFE
Fun with Comics - what about getting students to make their own comic book, with eg.
Comic Book Creator
- a variation on digital stories?
Josie's e-portfolio network group
in EdNA groups,
open source portfolio system called ELGG
has attracted attention (and allows you to join up free),
in WikiPedia, plus
an example blog: Anne Davis
from Georgia State Uni),
Maricopa Community College (Arizona) has built and used software
for learners to build these portfolios,
Flexible learning leaders
worth following up:
on audio online,
on online communities, or
Cinthia del Grosso
on 'mlearning' in the transport industry,
on indigenous literacies ..
Mobile learning projects
Mobile Learning New Practices
the botanical gardens tour
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