SCoPE Seminar: Informal Learning: May 15 - June 4, 2006

my recent compilation of placeblogs, wikis, RSS and e-authoring

my recent compilation of placeblogs, wikis, RSS and e-authoring

by David Millar -
Number of replies: 7
resources in answer to Ip's question
In reply to David Millar

Re: my recent compilation of placeblogs, wikis, RSS and e-authoring

by Nancy White -
David, I put your list into the wiki - then others can add to it as well!


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Co-tagging bookmarks in delicious

by Susanne Nyrop -
Hi David,

your list of uncommented but structured URLs is very tempting, but also quite exhausting. What we would need for such a lot ofinfo would be user tagging, such as opening each link and adding them to my delicious  - with a brief summary or comment, plus some tags for indexing. 

In some cases I've promoted and used collaborative tagging  - a group agree upon a specific combination or shorthand tag (that is not otherwise used)  which can then be used for making user recommended and indexed links lists.

One example of this co-tagging was a Community of Practice/web 2.0 workshop this january at CPsquare - Nancy, Bron, Sylvia pls jump in!

http://del.icio.us/tag/folksonomy

Many of these links are in Danish/other Nordic languages but  you get the idea
http://del.icio.us/tag/nordiskestemme
http://del.icio.us/tag/internetasmedia


In reply to Susanne Nyrop

Re: Co-tagging bookmarks in delicious

by Sylvia Currie -
Great idea to come up with a del.icio.us tag to use for the generated through this discussion, Susanne. I remember from the Web 2.0 online workshop the process of coming up with a tag that worked for everyone was an interesting process in itself!

How about scopeinformal? It doesn't exactly have ring to it, but it isn't used Does anyone have suggestions?  (tag, you're it wink)
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Re: Co-tagging bookmarks in delicious

by Deleted user -

may I suggest that you use an underscore with the specific title 'scope_' followed by the particular discussion or topic 'informal'

if each type of tag begins with scope, then all tags no matter the discussion will be presented

thus scope_informal and scope_community would bring different results but scope itself would bring both

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Re: Co-tagging bookmarks in delicious

by Sylvia Currie -
Helen suggests 'scope_' followed by the particular discussion or topic, i.e. 'informal'

That makes sense to have one tag for all bookmarks generated through scope, then defining tags for individual topics/seminar discussions. Scope on its own brings up so many other bookmarks though. Now do we use a tag other than scope?
In reply to David Millar

Re: a UK elearning source from Stephen Downes

by David Millar -
Stephen Downes blog notes May 24:
http://www.aceuk.blogspot.com/atom.xml
it's a great list of free elearning resources incl how to make a picture CD with Google's Picasa, wiki textbooks, copyright-free materials, etc