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on August 20, 2006 at 11:14:06 pm







welcome to the eelearning wiki. this wiki is an extension of my blog eelearning. it's my goal to explore - with your help hopefully - various topics more indepth than the format of a blog will allow. if you are new to wikis, you might want to check out the tutorials or take the tour. see the sidebar and the quick start panels to the right for updates and links to helpful references.


current topics


[web 2.0 review]


web 2.0 applications have been getting alot of attention lately. these sometimes amazing tools provide opportunities for people to find each other, relate to each other and build meeting with each other in ways that while not new to human interactions, are mindboggling at times in the vast scope they are reaching. Some of the tools are more focused on access to, recombinations of and delivery of information.


learning professionals naturally are wondering which ones can be of service to learning interventions. if you click on the header of this second go right to the summary table if you've already read the explanatory stuff below or you don't care to.


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.


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