Everybody’s a CEO boot camp

Everybody’s A CEO: Basic Training will be your initiation into the new model for working in today’s networked information economy.  This day-long, interactive program will give you a solid foundation for new, more satisfying, and more competitive means of working. Everybody’s A CEO Boston, October 18th, 8:30 am  – 4:00 pm.

YouOS

YouOS is an experiment in a new kind of computing platform. YouOS Access from anywhere.Create a document at an office computer, drive home, continue right from where you left off. Built-in sharing.Instantly share music, documents and more with your buddies. An application community.Everyone from professional software engineers to high school age programmers can participate at […]

The Electronic Hallway

The Electronic Hallway serves as an online repository of quality teaching cases and other curriculum materials for faculty who teach public administration, public policy, and related subjects. Cases are available in numerous policy areas; economic development, education, environment and land use, human services, international affairs, nonprofit, state and local government issues, utility and transit issues, […]

Moodle E-Learning Course Development

A complete guide to successful learning using Moodle Straight-forward coverage of installing and using the Moodle system Working with Moodle features in all learning environments A unique course-based approach focuses your attention on designing well structured, interactive, and successful courses Moodle E-Learning Course Development

I’ll Take Learning for 500

I’ll Take Learning for 500: Using Game Shows to Engage, Motivate, and Train (Paperback) by Dan Yaman, Missy Covington Paperback: 272 pages Publisher: Pfeiffer (May 19, 2006) Language: English Available from Amazon.co.uk

Learning Lab Journal

The Learning Lab publishes a quarterly journal, which can be downloaded in PDF format. Summer 2006 Volume 5 Issue 2 Podagogy; Caspian Thinking Worlds; Focus on Immersive Education; Improving courseware; News; Moodle and Open Source software; Army culture; Events