Here is a quote from D’Arcy Norman about activities happening in a learning management system that might appeal to subscribers to this blog. Can you think of learning activities you currently conduct behind closed doors that could benefit from being release to the public web?
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Two new players just made some splash in the race to the market shares of online textbooks. Amazon.com just announced a textbook rental program that lets students decide the length of the rental and adjusts the price, and even offer a rent-to-buy option. All student annotations remain available, even after the rental is over. McGraw-Hill [...]
As I’m digging deeper into textbooks, I’m noticing that the more I dig, the murkier it gets. A lot of people are attempting to redefine what textbooks will become, but in order to aim for their future form, a look into what a traditional textbook is seems appropriate. David Warlick collected ideas from his personal [...]
My good friend Nate Angell from rSmart moderated a session called “Sakai vs the World Wide Web 2.0: To Facebook or Not to Facebook?” at the 2011 Sakai conference in Los Angeles. He does not know that, but I’m the one who “planted” that topic as a potential session for the conference, and he’s the [...]