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L2A Links for July 23rd

  • How We Use Social Media for Informal Learning – From the article: "For every sales pitch you hear about social learning, for every shiny social network logo you see out there on the web, you should be looking for real use cases and stories of social media being used in a real world setting…"
  • Ed-Tech Cheat Sheet – Nice reference info graphic (wish they had produced it as a two-page PDF…)

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L2A Links for June 18th

  • Summer Course Authoring Tool Rankings – Nice summary list of the major e-learning tools out there.
  • Social Media in Academia – The ETNA (Enhanced Training Needs Analysis) 2012 survey has found that “nearly three quarters of academics in further education agree that social media tools enhance the quality of the learning experience.”
  • 2013 Hottest E-Learning Trends – Advances in technology generally define the latest trends in any industry, and the elearning industry is no different. New devices and APIs are shaping the present and future of how organizations administer and record learning. In 2013, we are starting to see how the latest technologies are making their way into formal learning delivery.
  • Four Videos on Instructional Design

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L2A Links for March 12th

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L2A Links for November 15th

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L2A Links for October 22nd

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L2A Links for August 26th

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L2A Links for July 30th

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L2A Links for July 29th

  • Report: Social Networks Growing while Other Social Media Sites Stagnate and Decline – RWW's sumamry of the interesting report from Universal McCann showing that the holistic social networking sites (Facebook, Orkut) are starting to absorb activity from the niche social media sites (Blogger, Flickr).
  • In the Future, the Cost of Education will be Zero – Josh Catone pulls together a number of great references to argue that: "The marginal cost of education is being driven toward zero due to social media and innovative approaches to online learning like OpenCourseWare, Flat World Knowledge, and the University of the People. That’s because the nature of information is such that it can be created once at cost and distributed and consumed over and over again for free."

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