Monthly Archives: April 2003

A History of Interaction Design

A real fine presentation (PDF 3.2 MB) from Marc Rettig… and you can actually pull some sense from the slides. Via David Crow, via Anne Galloway, via peterme…

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Three Objections to Learning Objects

Lots of bloggers have linked to Norm Friesen’s latest paper, with justification. I would think that the toughest part of writing a paper like this is limiting the objections to three. Objection 1: What’s a learning object, anyway? The term … Continue reading

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You take a deep breath and…

I try to step back from the computer and re-enter the physical world periodically — take a breath, read a book, play with my baby boy… In theory, it’s good for mental health, and I certainly didn’t regret taking last … Continue reading

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David Carter-Tod on “Learning Objects in Motion (RLO and RSS)”

…it’s not often that a) I post items from home and b) rush downstairs to post about things I’ve read in a paper-based magazine, but this Syllabus article merits it I think.  I don’t recall seeing this elsewhere yet anyway … Continue reading

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David Carter-Tod on “Learning Objects in Motion (RLO and RSS)”

…it’s not often that a) I post items from home and b) rush downstairs to post about things I’ve read in a paper-based magazine, but this Syllabus article merits it I think.  I don’t recall seeing this elsewhere yet anyway … Continue reading

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David Carter-Tod on “Learning Objects in Motion (RLO and RSS)”

…it’s not often that a) I post items from home and b) rush downstairs to post about things I’ve read in a paper-based magazine, but this Syllabus article merits it I think.  I don’t recall seeing this elsewhere yet anyway … Continue reading

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Movable Type Template Tutorials

Assembled and supplemented by Mark Pilgrim.

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Resources: Weblogs, Journals, and RSS

By far the most comprehensive collection of metawebloggia that I’ve seen, from Fagan Finder. Via EdTechPost

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David Wiley, “Learning objects: difficulties and opportunities”

David Wiley posts his take on the current state of the LO universe, “Learning objects: difficulties and opportunities.” A nice summary of where things are at right now, and be sure to check out what he says on page 7 … Continue reading

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David Wiley, “Learning objects: difficulties and opportunities”

David Wiley posts his take on the current state of the LO universe, “Learning objects: difficulties and opportunities.” A nice summary of where things are at right now, and be sure to check out what he says on page 7 … Continue reading

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