Monthly Archives: July 2006 — student-developed screencasts

Will Richardson’s Weblogg-ed provides a commentary and pointer to, “…a wiki that is collecting examples of student produced screencasts about math related topics” (Weblogg-ed description). One of the interesting links on the wiki is to the Whiteboard Movie Making … Continue reading

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I’ve heard of vacations and I think it’s time I actually relax and try to take the one I’m on… so the next month will likely be quiet. Or perhaps the opposite? Hard to tell… considering I’ve posted for the … Continue reading

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ELI Innovations/Implementations: UBC’s Ancient Spaces Project

I was checking my Blogline’s Account — the Educause Feed, and was linked by an Elisa Coghlan post to a 2 page summary of UBC’s Ancient Spaces Project. – Home Page for the Ancient Spaces Project: (or – … Continue reading

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“Quality” / Benchmarking – Workshop resources

Following a series of weblinks this morning has been entertaining… One site I wanted to bookmark and go back to is at the Univ Victoria, Wellington Site: NZ E-Learning Capability Determination Workshop: Example Documents Describing e-Learning Quality

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