Tattypoo conjures something NEW* The vastness of information on the Internet is undeniable, and learning management systems deliver powerful tools for educators. But… Should students have to navigate both? In […]
Image by crises_crs (CC BY-NC 2.0) Picture the new technology that could come out of XQ: The Super School Project. Really. Take half a moment to imagine a new type […]
Image by eltpics / (CC BY-NC 2.0) Assigned a lesson on the Internet, a student is often left on her own to surf the web. This is not all bad. […]
Who solves the challenge of interoperability when educators are given a particular set of tools with which to work? For example, one teacher imagines: “a tool that would auto math/convert/input grades from […]
Update: Music videos for primary learners completed, preview here I have recently learned about a small non-profit that is working to deliver ICT support to rural educators in Nepal. Nepali educators learning about the […]
Bruce Sterling in 2011. Wow. Bruce Sterling’s Layar-Sponsored AR Design Class – YouTube.
Early next year, a group of Monash University students will enter the virtual world of SecondLife™. There, they will visit a restaurant, an airport, a medical clinic and a train station; they will be required to buy tickets, read a public transit schedule, and complete many other tasks during their lessons.
I have begun to develop a series of scripts to introduce various effects to new users.
Odyssey region Logged in during a first Reaction Grid OpenSim visit by some students who happen to live in Boston; captured a bit of video. There were a few glitches […]
Student Seating Object I received an email today describing preliminary approval for my bid on a new Socializing Seating Object. The object may be developed for use by the Skoolaborate […]