Web 2.0 Concepts participating collaborating file sharing tagging connecting social software Social networking social bookmarking user-generated information clouds crowdsourcing blogging wikis creating INNOVATION feeding THE SOCIAL WEB networking community interacting social graph swarm effect viral speed widget commenting ~ a brand new language ~ perpetual beta - Elaine Talbert
China Open Resources for Education has translated 109 MIT OCW courses into Chinese.
(a few) Open Content Repositories
Making a Difference – Student Use Kunle Adejumo, Engineering student at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria “ Last semester, I had a course in metallurgical engineering. I didn’t have notes, so I went to OCW. I downloaded a course outline on this, and also some review questions, and these helped me gain a deeper understanding of the material.”
and there is this small collection of articles:
Organizing knowledge networks has traditionally been the role of higher education.
Higher Education will shift from organization as silo, to organization as node.
Shift to Node
Parting Thought… Is the network to the point where we can challenge traditional models of pedagogy, publishing, and how we use digital technologies? If so, how will your curriculum and methods of learning change, assuming that today’s technology will be readily available to both you and your students?
http://blog.oer.sbctc.edu http://blog.elearning.sbctc.edu Dr. Cable Green firstname.lastname@example.org (360) 704-4334 Twitter: cgreen