Thursday, 24 December 2009

Web-based learning effectiveness: Generations compared

What can we learn from the above slide?

Boundless Learning

I first listened, in person, to Terry Anderson last October at the eLearn conference. He's a great speaker when it comes to presenting what's the latest in learning and education and directions we should be planning towards.

One of his latest presentations is below. Enjoy.

Monday, 21 December 2009

Web-based Slide Presentations

Slide Rocket appears to be a solution for those who have found it irritating to have slides with hyperlinks to files on their storage media not work.

I will be trying it out soon but what if the Internet is inaccessible? Then, it's back to having your notebook computer with you all the time.

Nevertheless, you may first watch the video on what's it all about at the web site or how it can benefit presenters.

Go to:

Sunday, 20 December 2009

Facebook for learning?

Thanks to Mimma Sayuti, these are useful resources on using facebook in the classroom. I have personally got it used to support our mobile learning via SMS initiative at OUM. Papers on this will be written soon by the project members.

Enjoy viewing and reading the following slides:

Thursday, 17 December 2009

Planning an Online Course

This is new. Great for those who are keen to learn about how to plan an online course, view:

It is part of the Distance Education video series at Indiana University.

ISTE's Ning Web site

ISTE has done this very well!

View and participate...thanks NZH!

Top Ten Ed Tech Books

The World is Open and nine other titles are in the top ten Educational Technology books of the decade. Check it out.

A promise I made to myself is to continue my reading of Curtis Bonk's "The World is Open." Nevertheless, it will be the core reference for one of my online courses in Jan 2010.

Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Use of blog in a Malaysian private school

Please view this . . . it was the result of a training workshop by OUM last June 2009 and I am personally impressed by what the teacher has done to contribute to the excitement for Art classes. It's available at:

Thursday, 3 December 2009

21 Things for the 21st Century Teacher:

If you're curious, check this out:

Global Learn Asia Pacific, 17-20 May 2010

The inaugural Global Learn Asia Pacific conference on learning and technology will be held on the beautiful island of Penang, Malaysia in May 2010. More than 350 papers have been submitted so far. We're expecting at least 500 participants from all over the world to attend. If you haven't plan on submitting a paper by 20 December. It will be one of the best conferences you would have attended.

For more info, visit