These are my links for February 13th through February 14th:
- The Learning Circuits Blog: Instructional Design – If – When – How Much – A great discussion starter from Tony Kareer that explores the spectrum of instructional design (ID) strategies that can be used. I strongly agree that ID must be much more flexible than the ADDIE model would have us believe.
- Harold Jarche : Strategies for online collaboration » The future of learning is DIY – A brief reflection on the growth of "do it yourself" learning that has evolved as the Web has grown. Great opener: "If someone asks me what’s the best learning management system, my initial response is – Google."
- Evolution and Scientific Literature: Towards a Decentralized Adaptive Web – "As our systems grow more sophisticated, we will see applications that support not just links between authors and papers but relationships between users and information repositories, and users and communities."
- Learning from E-Databases in an E-Data World (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE CONNECT – A broad article that reviews the poor state of data gathering and discoverability on the Web. It frames a core concern with using the Web as a learning platform: that the data available is often uncaptured or not easily discoverable.
- Enterprise 2.0 » Blog Archive » The Enterprise 2.0 Oscars – A wonderful page of Enterprise 2.0 references as Niall Cook nominates the most influential people on the topic of "How social software will change the future of work."