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on May 12, 2006 at 1:24:48 am
 

welcome

 

 

welcome to the eelearning wiki. this wiki is an extension of my blog eelearning. initially i'll review web2.0 applications i've examined and give my impression of their value both for you individually as well as their value as learning tools.

 

dave's favorite (and not so favorite) applications

seems i've become somewhat of a go-to guy amongst my colleagues when it comes to web2.0 applications. i guess it's all those hours i've spent exploring the latest tools as they appear. so i've decided to bring some rhyme and reason (at least my particular brand of reasoning to the process).

 

each application i report on will have a page in this wiki where i layout my analysis of the application and the give it a rating from one "e" to five "e"s. five being the tools i reccommend.

 

Fagiddaboutit!=
If ya really need to=
It's ok, can't hurt=
Pretty groovy. it'll do the job.=
If you're not using this one you're not 2.0=

 

since there is such a great interest in how (and if) these tools can be used effectively in learning settings, i'll be rating each twice. first, my opinion on how effective the application is for personal use and second, how effective it might be for use in a learning setting.

 

disclosure

the content of these pages is not meant to be comprehensive of all available applications. nor are the ratings i apply by any means subjective. there are other resources who are more comprehensive and relatively objective. a particular favorite of mine is pete cashmore's mashable. but i don't know of anyone doing quite the listing like this that rates the learning environment efficacy of the applications.

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