Monthly Archives: March 2009

Updates on ISO Standardization of E-Learning Technology

The meetings of the ISO Sub-Committee that is responsible for technical standardization of e-Learning technology (full name ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36, Information Technology for Learning, Education and Training) in Wellington New Zealand are currently winding up. In this posting, I try … Continue reading

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Presentation: E-Learning Myths and their Undoing

Here’s the PowerPoint for a presentation that I gave at Massey University Here’s a podcast of an interview about the presentation topics (with John Milne). The abstract is below: “There a number of claims, truisms or clichés that are frequently … Continue reading

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Presentation: Standards for E-Learning Innovation?

Here are the powerpoint slides of a presentation I just gave in Wellington, NZ. With the rapid pace of change on the world wide web, many “standards” have evolved in response to the needs of the medium. These are technical … Continue reading

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Paper: Interaction Paradigms for new Web Technologies – Shift Happens

The concept of “interaction” lies at the foundation of many theories and applications of computer and Internet technologies. Taking the specific example of those theories and applications associated with distance education and educational technology, this paper looks at the role … Continue reading

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