The Knowledge Tree Goes Bloggy

The Knowledge TreeOne of the things I’ve got a great deal of pleasure and a fair bit of experience from over the last few months has been helping the rather good Australian Flexible Learning Magazine, ‘The Knowledge Tree‘ move into the land of blogs.

Yep, I certainly am no graphic designer but I hope we’ve done a pretty good job using WordPress (natch :) to provide RSS feeds, commentable (and non-commentable) articles, different visually themed editions, email subscription techniques and the obligatory contact form too!

And what’s more you can catch me talking about the development here in their new current edition, Going Social. Alternatively there’s The Knowledge Tree Goes Social by Joanne Jacobs, Surveying online technology – a matter of design by Ian Robertson, the very comprehensive Mlearning: A future of learning by Marcus Ragus (with accompanying interesting book review) and last but not least an interview with Margaret Robson entitled Finding Your Voice Online.

So, why don’t you spin over to their homepage or latest edition, enjoy the articles, leave some comments, ask some questions and tell me how we can improve it. Don’t think I’ll be bagging journal publishers just so much in the future!

Starting at The Age tomorrow, can’t wait!