Monthly Archives: February 2005

IEEE Instructional Design Reference Guide

Via EduResources Weblog–Higher Education Resources Online – (who cited Stephen Downes’ Edu_RSS feeds.)… Comes a link to an IEEE Reference Guide for Instructional Design and Development – You can access via the web and/or download a PDF of the … Continue reading

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The Google Opportunity

Trying to remember where I first saw this… but its a good reflective piece that encourages librarians to think about Google… The Google Opportunity – By Stephen Abram — 2/1/2005, in the Library Journal A pretty succinct call to action … Continue reading

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Peer Review Tools Bibliography

Working my way through a number of “draft” items in my weblog. I found an article (about a year ago) that outlines the charactersitics of peer review software. This report is included in the University of Michigan’s University Library Scholarly … Continue reading

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Security Book Review (educause Quarterly)

Educause Quarterly reviews a book, Information Security: A Legal, Business, and Technical Handbook by Kimberly Keifer, Stephen Wu, Ben Wilson, and Randy Sabett, ABA Publishing, 2003. The reviewer, Nancy Tribbensee, gives me hope that I’ll be able to work my … Continue reading

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