1 – PKM: The Book- Harold Jarche
For the past few years I have thought about writing a book on PKM, but finding paid work has always won out. I keep refining blog posts and writing short articles but there is a lot to put together to make a cohesive guide book. I would now like to ask for help.
2 - 5 Phrases to Make Mobile Work - Clark Quinn
Today I was part of a session at the eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon mlearning conference on Making Mobile Work. For my session I put my tongue slightly in cheek and suggested that there were 5 phrases you need to master to Make mLearning Work. Here they are, for your contemplation.
3 – Create your own unconference - THE Journal
This teacher-driven, bottom-up approach to professional development has reinvigorated educators’ passions for learning by creating an environment that, according to participants, rewards their curiosity, allows them to explore their passions, and values their experience and knowledge.
4 - 10 Top Edublogs That Can Teach You a Lot - Constance McKenzie - pleased to be on the list, although some of the info about me is not quite correct
Whether you’re a student teacher, an experienced instructor or a parent, blogs can introduce you to other people who care about schools in America. Schools.com has listed some of our favorite educational blogs that, in our opinion, give well thought out information on education. These education blogs give a voice to leaders in instructional design, home-schooling, technology, school reform and e-learning. You may agree or disagree with these bloggers, and thanks to technology, you can add your own two cents’ worth of comments to the discussions.
5 – The quest for the online water cooler - Dave Lee, BBC News
Creating those natural, informal meetings is considered by many as a critical part of getting the most from employees
6 - Recording of my webinar with David Kelly - Jane Hart