Guías xerais para a selección de ferramentas de e-learning

Guías xerais para a selección de ferramentas de e-learning

Elearningeuropa.info: cómo elegir una herramienta de gestión de contenido en función de un modelo de aprendizaje

Elearningeuropa.info: cómo elegir una herramienta de gestión de contenido en función de un modelo de aprendizaje - Elearningeuropa.info ha publicado un artículo de Peter Baumgartner sobre «Cómo elegir una herramienta de gestión de contenido en función de un modelo de aprendizaje», versión reducida del artículo del mismo autor «The Zen Art of teaching? Communication and Interactions in eEducation» (PDF 298 KB).

Baumgartner estipula tres modelos educativos de referencia, basados el primero en la transmisión de conocimientos, el segundo en el aprendizaje activo del estudiante y el tercero (de tipo constructivista) en la creación de un entorno en el que el estudiante sea capaz de producir conocimientos nuevos. A continuación analiza las virtualidades pedagógicas de cinco tipos de sistemas de gestión de contenidos (CMS):

1. El CMS "puro": Mambo, Plone, etc.
2. Weblogs: Blogger, Movable Type, etc.
3. CMS orientados a la colaboración (C-CMS): BSCW, EGroupware, Lotus Notes, etc.
4. CMS comunitarios y colaborativos (C3MS): PhpNuke, PostNuke, etc.
5. Wikis.

En el apartado de conclusiones, Baumgartner propone mediante un gráfico cuáles son a su parecer los tipos de herramientas más adecuados para dar apoyo a cada género de actividad.

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IOSN Releases Primer on Free/Open Source Software and Education

IOSN Releases Primer on Free/Open Source Software and Education -

IOSN has produced a primer on Free/Open Source Software and Education and a publication copy of the primer is now available for download.

This primer covers the use of FOSS from schools to universities. It provides a brief overview of how it can help in setting up the IT infrastructure and administration of educational institutions and considers software (mainly proprietary) which is now used as the basis for IT curricula and alternative FOSS which is available.

This primer is intended to help policy-makers and decision-makers understand the potential use of FOSS in Education - where and how it can be used, why it should be used, and what issues are involved. In particular, officials in ministries of education, school and university administrators, academic staff and researchers should find this primer useful.

FOSS: Education primer can be downloaded from the IOSN site at:

http://www.iosn.net/education/foss-education-primer

The primer is intended to be a living document, constantly updated to reflect the latest information and available to all. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 license and should always be available from the IOSN website.

This primer is part of a series of primers on Free/Open Source Software brought to you by IOSN. These are available online at http://www.iosn.net/foss-primers

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Online Learning Environments

Online Learning Environments -

Online Learning Environments: via Stephen...and as he says: "Massive list of links covering blogs and blogging, chat, computer-mediated communication, ommunity building online, e-mentoring, e-moderation, teaching and learning online and wikis."

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Presentation Technology

Presentation Technology -

Presentation Technology: "Presentation technologies have been incorporated into numerous applications to enhance the classroom experience and develop better communications among scholars and researchers. In this section, we offer numerous articles that highlight the integration of presentation technologies and new media into education environments."

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What are the 'Deficiencies' of Current CMS?

What are the 'Deficiencies' of Current CMS? - See at incorporated subversion:

Scott Leslie starts off an excellent thread over at edtechpost on the problems with current CMSs / LMSs / VLEs / OLEs (take your pick!) and I've had a good rant in the comments. So, I post this to encourage you to go and have a read and contribute to the discussion and also as a reminder to check up on it myself as I can't get updates of new comments to that post (there's no email or feed options). incorporated subversion

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The Java Education and Learning Community (JELC)

The Java Education and Learning Community (JELC)

JELC is for Java-related researchers and educators to find, develop, and share open source educational tools, java-based standards implementations, open course learning materials, and research interests.

Achieving interoperability in e-learning

Achieving interoperability in e-learning

New technologies are allowing e-learning to be leveraged beyond the corporate firewall to encompass partners, customers, and suppliers. A look at the components of next-generation e-learning systems. Harvi Singh, ASTD Learning Circuits, March 2000.

Learning Tech Navigator

Learning Tech Navigator

Exists to help corporations make intelligent technology decisions and aid learning software vendors in refining technology roadmaps.  We fulfill this mission by conducting sophisticated analyses of the learning tech industry.

Capterra's e-Learning Software Directory

Capterra's e-Learning Software Directory

Directory of eLearning software products, articles, and research.

Standards-compliant product directory

Standards-compliant product directory

This directory shows products that claim compliance with one or more of the learning technology standards that CETIS monitors.

Online Learning Magazine's Buyers Guide

Online Learning Magazine's Buyers Guide

A comprehensive, easy-to-use resource tool, providing detailed information on suppliers of IT training products and services. Use the search form below to find product & service suppliers by name, keyword, category, or region. Online Learning Magazine.

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