Saturday, March 7, 2015

Spring Blog Festival 2015



Spring Blog Festival (SBF) is a one day event that will take place on Saturday March 21, 2015. The aim of the festival is to showcase bloggers and their work. The links to the webinars and content of the presentations will be available in the courseware.
Topics range from transformational blogging and reflective blogging to connectivity, history, evolution, teaching tools, multi-media, thinking & creativity, families, schools, and content curation.
Presentations of the Spring Blog Festival
Spring Blog Festival (SBF) is a one day event that will take place on Saturday March 21, 2015. The aim of the festival is to showcase bloggers and their work. The links to the webinars and content of the presentations will be available in the courseware. Join and get ready for the webinars and the recordings: https://www.wiziq.com/course/100157-s...

Topics range from transformational blogging and reflective blogging to connectivity, history, evolution, teaching tools, multi-media, thinking & creativity, families, schools, and content curation.

Why You Now Need a Team to Create and Deliver Learning - e-Learning Feeds

Why You Now Need a Team to Create and Deliver Learning - e-Learning Feeds


"There are ample issues to consider, for example a team-based approach could raise the possibility of more affordable business models: Core content could be repurposed or remixed. The use of teams and pooled resources (even with other institutions or consortia) could help deliver the basic content and do much of the heavy lifting of teaching a given course.
Another big advantage to the team strategy is that having multiple team members fosters diverse perspectives. Decision making power shifts to a team of people, not just one person; this brings in additional and potentially fresh ideas. Teams may delegate the responsibility of tracking certain trends to member X or member Y; they might even add a new "hat" to the collective team membership if they want to employ a new technology that's been on their radar screen."