Servicios e fontes de novas

Servicios e fontes de novas

Unitar: the E-Learning Community

Unitar: the E-Learning Community - I look at referers regularly to examine the web addresses that are linking to EduResources. Today I noticed a link from the UNITAR E-Learning Community web site; UNITAR is the Universti Tun Abdul Razar, an online university in Malaysia. The web site has information about e-learning developments and useful links to LO Repositories, E-Learning Blogs, E-Learning Sites, and Standards, plus a Virtual Library and discusssion Forums. It's worth a look at the site, both for the resource links and to see the international scope of modern distance education. JH [EduResources Weblog--Higher Education Resources Online]

Dashboard at e-Learning Guru

Dashboard at e-Learning Guru - The Dashboard page at e-LearningGuru.com acts as an information portal for news updates and links related to electronic learning. Kevin Kruse maintains the site which includes e-Learning News, e-Learning Blog links, and Edu RSS Latest News. The full e-Learning Guru site also includes Articles, a Tool Box, White Papers, Book Summaries, a Glossary, Links, and a Calendar. Use the Site Map to orient to what is available. The site is a starting point that professionals in electronic learning will want to have in their bookmarks or perhaps use as a home page. Although the site leans toward training and development applications of e-Learning, academics will also find much of value. (E.g. see the Open Source links.) JH
[EduResources Weblog--Higher Education Resources Online]

Teaching with Electronic Technology

Teaching with Electronic Technology - Michael Hall, an adjunct lecturer in the University of Maryland's Honors Program, offers this website with various articles addressing "the considerable variety of uses for computing and related forms of electronic technology in teaching." The articles range from general to theoretical, along with "some instructive examples of specific applications of technology to teaching and learning." Hall warns that some of the links may be inactive given his inconsistent monitoring of the website. Nonetheless, he offers a wealth of resources, which are divided into sections. The General section offers links to organizations with information about conferences, publications, and general discussions of teaching with electronic technology. Some examples include Evaluating Web Resources, Internet Research Ethics, and Teaching with Electronic Technology. The list goes on and on, with the remaining sections offering links on institutional support available for teachers, and other Internet resources. The pull-down menu provides a somewhat more manageable way to explore the resources by topic. From The NSDL Scout Report for Math, Engineering, and Technology, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2003. http://scout.wisc.edu/  The articles [Educational Technology]

Teaching with Electronic Technology

Teaching with Electronic Technology

The World Wide Web sites collected on this page reflect the considerable variety of uses for computing and related forms of electronic technology in teaching. They are arranged in no strict order, but tend to proceed from rather general and theoretical resources to some instructive examples of specific applications of technology to teaching and learning.

Fortnightly mailings

Fortnightly mailings

An opt-in emailed fortnightly newsletter from Seb Schmoller summarising resources and news which he thinks will be of value to others with an interest in online learning and the internet.

education.telegraph.co.uk

education.telegraph.co.uk

News articles about education in general as well as online education in particular

Teaching with Technology Today

Teaching with Technology Today

A web-based newsletter from University of Wisconsin.

Interactive Simulation Newsletter

Interactive Simulation Newsletter

This newsletter is brought to you by Jonathan Kaye and David Castillo, the authors of Flash MX for Interactive Simulation, the first practical guide to building interactive product simulations and performance-based training in Flash.

Corporate Universities International Newsletter

Corporate Universities International Newsletter

Corporate Universities International is a free bimonthly online newsletter dedicated to spreading best practices among corporate universities worldwide. CUI offers analysis and guidance on the critical topics facing corporate educators today. Past issues of the newsletter are available in an online archive.
Nota do revisor: Each issue provides corporate educators, academic professionals, and learning providers with: Leading thinking on the evolution of corporate universities and the application of e-learning in the adult market; Case studies of best-practice corporate universities; Access to tools developed by CUX and other corporate education practitioners.

Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

In a world where markets change in nanoseconds, knowledge is a source of competitive advantage. Knowledge@Wharton is an Internet-based guide through this volatile environment. Knowledge@Wharton is a bi-weekly online resource that offers the latest business insights, information and research from a variety of sources. These include analysis of current business trends, interviews with industry leaders and Wharton faculty, articles based on the most recent business research, book reviews, conference and seminar reports, links to other web sites and so on. The web site presents information in layers so that users can pursue their interests to whatever depth they wish. An in-depth searchable database of related articles and research abstracts allows access to information through simple mouse clicks.  Knowledge@Wharton.

Play for Performance

Play for Performance

Free electronic newsletter from Thiagi.

Web Tools Newsletter

Web Tools Newsletter

The idea behind our newsletter is to save educators valuable time in tracking down information and resources on the World Wide Web. Each week author Kevin Cox pursues a particular topic or issue related to Web-based teaching and learning and shares his findings with readers. Web Tools for Learning, Hong Kong University.

People Development News

People Development News

Our highly experienced team of training consultants share their years of experience, providing practical advice and tips on a range of training & development topics.

Creative Approaches to Training Newsletter

Creative Approaches to Training Newsletter

The mission of Creative Approaches to Training newsletter is to provide a forum for exchanging ideas and creative approaches that serve to enhance the design and delivery of learning interventions.

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