Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney



Filed under: General — derek @ 6:14 pm

Just fnishing listening to Glen and Marcus. Lots of interesting thoughts and ideas. Is anyne interested in taking lnch down to the lower level near the water tomorow and chatting about blog uses in courses in education. Sharing ideas and stories. (Nothing much more demandng than that!!)
And - anyone doing anything with wikis??


  1. I am using wikis in teaching and learning contexts. Firstly, I think there is some sorts of info that is better off in a wiki than a blog. Secondly I am asking my students to document their collaborative process in a wiki.

    However, it is reasonably rudimentary at te moment.

    Comment by jenny — 21/5/2005 @ 11:55 am

  2. Thanks Jenny. I agree wikis are quite different to a blog. I am in a small team doing a wiki based project at the moment, led by two participants in a trial online course. I am a junior member of the team, quite enjoying being facilitated by those who are usually my students. :-) More questions than answers at the moment, but we are having a lot of fun.

    Talked to one guy who uses wikis at his work. Trust, sharing still a problem. We so like to have ‘our’ work in ‘our’ folders. (Like Thomas said, get rid of e-mail and newtoek spaces. :-) )

    Comment by Derek (subscribed to comments) — 22/5/2005 @ 1:54 pm

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