Coping With The Changing Web

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For Technology Faculty L & T Conference - to be used to discuss how staff could develop their own PLE.

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  • http://zope.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott/blogview?entry=20050125170206
  • PLEX: JISC funded – round for several years. Interactive Logbook – JISC Funded.
  • N.B. Was able to find out when she’d added that diagram to the page with Wikispaces history! Other points: Start slowly and find mentor(s) to help you. Use the same username across tools Share as much as you take Ask as much as you answer Try new TOOLS before you decide they're not worth the time Comment on other people's blogs Life long learning is the key!
  • Number of users:
  • Yahoo Pipes: Feb 2007 Firefox Ubiquity: August 2008 Google Wave: May 2009
  • Coping With The Changing Web

    1. 1. Coping with the Changing Web Emma Duke-Williams School of Computing Faculty e-Learning Co-ordinator
    2. 4. Scott Wilson’s PLE: Jan 2005 More PLEs
    3. 5. Stephen Downes: October 2006
    4. 6. PLEX Interactive Logbook. Manchester PLE
    5. 7. Personal Learning Network <ul><li>What? </li></ul><ul><li>Who? </li></ul><ul><li>How? </li></ul><ul><li>When? </li></ul>Sue Waters: (Oct – Dec) 2008
    6. 8. Sysomos Adam Stiles (March 09)
    7. 9. Yahoo! Pipes Firefox Ubiquity Google Wave
    8. 10. PLE vs VLE Google Fight

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