Resources

What’s worth following…

  1. The Reluctant Technologist, blog posts from Matt Lingard of LSE  http://mattlingard.wordpress.com/
  2. Freelance in Instructional Design and E-Learning Industry

What’s worth reading…

  1. Rikowski, G., (2007).  E-learning for Free at the BBC: Jam Jammed. E-Moans from Private Sector Educational Publishers. Available: http://journals.aol.co.uk/rikowskigr/Volumizer/entries/2007/03/16/e-learning-for-free-at-the-bbc-jam-jammed/1423 Last accessed 23 October 2008
  2. NES UK. Identifying and selling your soft skills. Available: http://www.nes.co.uk/Careers-Identifying-Your-Soft-Skills Last accessed 1 Oct 2008
  3. Elliott, B., (2008). E-Pedagogy: Does e-learning require a new approach to teaching and learning? Available: http://www.scribd.com/doc/932164/E-Pedagogy. Last accessed 5 November 2008
  4. Cuthell, P. Learning theory and e-pedagogy. Available:  http://www.virtuallearning.org.uk/changemanage/pedagogy_practice/Learning%20theory%20and%20e%2339137.pdf. Last accessed 5 November 2008

What’s worth watching…

Resources and other interesting software.

Wiki’s and Bolgs

Sharing

Social Bookmarking

Android

Mindmapping

Survey Tools

VLE & ePortfolios

Anti Plagiarism

Authoring tools

General resources

Video

Using technology, simply