Google Notebook has just been launched Google Notebook "Google Notebook makes web research of all kinds – from planning a vacation to researching a school paper to buying a car – easier and more efficient by enabling you to clip and gather information even while you’re browsing the web. And since Google Notebook lives in […]
I’ve removed the ClustrMap of the e-Learning Centre’s homepage as it didn’t look quite right to me!! I’ll let you know when it’s back up.
CentralDesktop Central Desktop is a web-based collaboration tool for business teams to manage projects, share information and communicate with others. You can try it for free.
When I was researching new books that could be added to the e-Learning Centre Bookshop, I came across this one on e-portfolios. Handbook of Research on E-Portfolios Ali Jafari and Catherine Kaufman (Eds) "The Handbook of Research on E-Portfolios" is the single source for comprehensive coverage of the major themes of e-portfolios, addressing all of […]
I was reviewing the books we have in the e-Learning Centre and realised that this one was missing: Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other powerful web tools for classrooms By Will Richardson New easy to use, low-cost Web publishing and information gathering tools are spawning a revolution in our relationship to the Internet. Now, with Blogs […]
Ever wondered what would happen if your blog disappeared? backupmyblog might be the answer. "Why use BackupMyBlog? What if the server or database that hosted your blog crashed or your webhost suddenly shut its doors? Could you easily recover your posts and comments? Backup your blog automatically for pennies a day with BackupMyBlog!" Note that […]
I’recently downloaded the beta version of Windows Live Messenger This is what it says about itself: "Windows Live Messenger will be the next-generation MSN Messenger. It will have everything you already love about Messenger—your contact list, emoticons, and instant access to your friends via text, voice, and video—plus new ways to connect and share documents […]
Many people are confused by the terms LMS and LCMS. This short article from Brandon Hall summarises the differences. LMS and LCMS demystified
This is a nice site that has been submitted to me at the e-Learning Centre Curriculum Bits "Free access to a library of flash based elearnng objects that are generally aimed at keystage 3 and 4. Some are available for free download and are SCORM compatible for use within a SCORM compliant VLE/LMS. Users can […]
The 2006 Webby Awards – The Best of the Web – were made yesterday, 9 May 2006. The winner of the Education award was Can I have a word from the UK. Other significant awards include: Breakout of the Year – MySpace.com Webby Person of the Year – Thomas Friedman (of The World is Flat […]