Posts Tagged 'Elearning'
Tags: blogging, collaboration, Elearning, Pedagogy
The following link is an entry in the Grad School database of practice for a face to face course about Web 2.0′ technologies and systems and their potential uses for researchers”. This is similar in content but different in delivery to my desire to create an online course delivered through blogging and RSS.
Tags: aggregation, Elearning, information management, RSS
Afeeda is a recent addition to the world of RSS. It has a particular feature that could be of use in the eLearning world – namely the ability to generate group feeds.
This might of use when using blogs within a course by adding feeds from all the participants in one place, thus facilitating collaboration/ community.
The site offers the following:
Personal feeds – for aggregating all of your created content, include your blog, flickr feed, del.icio.us bookmarks or any other RSS that you create.
Group feeds for – aggregating content from several sources, probably published by several people. This could be a set of subject matter experts or a combination of official news sources, or any combination of those!
Event feeds are – aggregating content coming from a conference or physical event
I am wondering whether this might be useful as part of a PLE?