Tag: survey

  • Blogging and Writing: is there a difference?

    Image via Wikipedia The social networking merry-go-round continues turning. It’s not all fun and games and party and let’s all wear hats on Seesmic today type stuff … though that’s fun too. There are more than enough engaging conversationalists and provocateurs out there with something to contribute to the hive and to keep us all…

  • The State of e-learning in Early 08

    Image from WikipediaOne of my favourite sites is The Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies which contains a link to Jane Hart’s blog. Jane keeps a finger on the pulse of e-learning and she’s doing some great longitudinal research into who is using what tools and where. I’ve been signed up via her blog this…

  • Worth a 1000 words eh?

    Well this was something I hadn’t thought of doing. A good idea is always worth ‘borrowing’ so I pinched the idea from the ever-stimulating Stephen Downes’ OLDaily e-letter this morning. He’s put together his own favourite photos of 2007. I’ve done the same. They say an image is worth a 1000 words, so here are…

  • Adios AUC for Another Year or So

    The excesses of the Conference Dinner still fresh in mind, Day 3 began. After 2+ days of concentration, far too much coffee and eyes that started to pack it in from starting at screens small and large, keeping up with the sessions let alone blogging proved something of a strain. As I noted a day…

  • How Digitally-Native are Gen-Y?

    I teach Generation Y on a daily basis. These are the so-called ‘digital natives.’ I see this latter term popping up all the time round the web, and I wanted to test how comfortable these Gen Y-ers are with the digital world. I have written earlier about my concerns regarding student digiphobia:My Adventure Continues or…