(We'd just started having some ideas for next academic year when it became part of Educational Apps ... glad that it didn't stop part way through the year!)
Emma Duke-Williams wrote:
... I intend to try to collate useful posts / URLs / etc to a single document.So, what do you want to see in that document? (19 March 2010, 07:58 AM)
The following search terms occur only in the HTML markup of this message: forumid:1841It does now! Excellent suggestion, Paul. I got started with Diigo a couple years ago then abandoned it in favour of Delicious. I tried the group option back then for an online conference but it didn't fit our needs. But it looks like the group feature has really advanced since then! This could really be a big step forward in our efforts to create outcome resources for SCoPE seminars.
• Examine the top twelve Web 2.0 tools in Google Wave[;]
• Explore how Google Wave enables sound pedagogy through interaction and collaboration[; and]
• Learn how to incorporate Google Wave into teaching[.] (Introduction to Google Wave in Education, Event Summary, ¶1).
Having to reply is not constricting, it is a basic element of human dialogue to reply TO someone, and that is why so many of the tools we use are linear. Linear helps. (Tools for Collaborating Online: March 1-19, 2010; Tools; 5 March 2010, 05:48 PM)