Monthly Archives: February 2010

Game Design with Kodu

The people at Kodu Game Lab are offering an open online course starting March 1, 2010 for how to create games using their product. The course will run for five weeks – with content being delivered through texts, readings, and … Continue reading

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From Cathedral to Bazaar type learning

From Cathedral to Bazaar type learning, originally uploaded by langwitches. This is such a great comparison with supporting visuals to go along. It is true that many students are not comfortable with learning in a strict linear classroom. They want … Continue reading

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Technology in Modern Foreign Language

This is an inspirational and somewhat quick read for how actual MFL teachers are using technology in their classes to increase engagement and teach more efficiently. A side note: the majority of the people who contributed to this e-Book have … Continue reading

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Moodle Meet Ning

I have joined other Nings in the past … but the Moodle Meet Ning is the one I have found the most valuable so far, especially the forum. Plugins for Moodle Nano Gong – record voice and edit Assignment Block … Continue reading

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Tag Galaxy

This is the coolest looking image search. Tag Galaxy searches for images based on the tags, thus the name.

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VLE CMS LMS LCMS

No, someone did not fall asleep on my keyboard. Yes, all of those stand for something. These are the current terms we are looking at in my Learning Technologies graduate class. I was struggling to mentally divide the management systems … Continue reading

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Frontline: Digital Nation

With the cold weather and snow, last night felt like a cool time to curl up on the couch and watch TV. I did not like any of the options – until I saw Frontline. This is not a program … Continue reading

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