Spacial LIteracy Profiler

"Ever wondered how technologically enabled your neighbours are? By entering a postcode in the e-Society profiler search box and clicking "GO", our classification will tell you about the type of technology use in your neighbourhood and those areas with similar profiles within Great Britain. This project has been developed by …

2006 LMS Survey of Learning Management Systems

In 2005, Learning Circuits, in conjunction with E-Learning News, ran its first survey on learning management systems. We asked such questions as: Do you build or buy? What system do you use? What are the must-have features? Learning Circuits asked the same questions this year, and found a few noteworthy …

Games and Learning

Digital games have the potential to bring play back to the learning experience Games and Learning, By Diana Oblinger, Educause Quarterly, Vol 29, No 3 2006 "From a very early age, we learn from games and play. Cops-and-robbers or playing house are role simulations. Parents and preschool teachers use games …

Course and courseware fading – the future of e-learning

From the 6  August posting in Tony Karrer’s e-Learning Technology blog "Two very good recent posts by Jay Cross and Brent Schlenker discuss the Death of Courses. If you read my blog you know that I’ve discussed similar themes (see Shift in eLearning from Pure Courseware towards Reference Hybrids and …

Skype Office toolbar

Place calls and send the file you are currently working on via Skype. The toolbar recognizes phone numbers within your document and lets you call them using SkypeOut or send SMS messages. Skype Office Toolbar

Chat’N Search

Adding chat to your site is very easy.  Just follow the four easy steps and cut-n-paste the Javascript code to your site or blog.  Most of the chat tools simply connect you and your website visitors, but with this tool, anyone looking for similar content at Chat’N Search  will also …

How the web went world wide

Along with that familiarity with browsers and bookmarks goes a little knowledge about the web’s history.  Many users know that Sir Tim Berners-Lee developed the web at the Cern physics laboratory near Geneva .  But few will know the details of the world wide web’s growth – not least because …

PeerMe

PeerMe is a simple program which allows you to talk to anyone anywhere in the world absolutely free of charge. Follow these 4 easy steps and and you’ll be gabbing away to your hearts content.  Download PeerMe Register for a PeerMe username Add a contact to your contacts list Highlight …

Eons

"Eons is a company inspiring a generation of boomers and elders to live the biggest life possible. Set goals, celebrate life, get things done, learn, connect with other people 50+." Eons Eons is a social networking site for the ovr 50s.

eBrary

eBrary is an eBook technology and services company dedicated to serving the library, corporate and publishing communities. eBrary The ebrary Dynamic Content Platform (DCP)™ transforms eBooks or any PDF content into highly interactive databases, where every word, in every document, contextually links to additional information automatically through the ebrary Reader™ …