Blog Treasures: So many blogs, so little time!


I wanted to share some key blogs that will have program specific info (and a lot of other things).

E-learning & Online Teaching
(My WordPress blog... the most active one I have. I've got a feed from my account that sends my latest finds to this blog. My network name is: wiredinstructor. )

E-Learning Online (My blog... I'm torn. I like this format too, so I use this space as well.)

UW-Stout Infobytes Newsletter (Karen Franker edits this regular feature from Stout's Online Professional Development program. It always has links to good articles, relevant tech tips and updates on classes.

Please feel free to post your own blogs or blogs of interest here as well.

*Those of you who set up blog-readers may already clicked the rss tab and have this space configured for a regular feed. (If so, Great! If not, just click!).

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Comment by thornybee on August 25, 2007 at 2:35am
Hi there Dennis,

I'm a bit new to this but exploring and looking for people to learn from and share with. I'm currnetly looking at for my school. It seems great but they are very 'politely aggressive' in getting you to join, sign the agreement (which again seems ok). Dunno, just seems weird for something free. Have you ever heard of them?

Comment by Dennis O'Connor on August 25, 2007 at 11:50am
Cathy (thornybee), My short response is that looks great if you're after an international social network for high school students. Their tech is slick, and their hearts are in the right place.

If you're looking for a school course management system then Moodle would be my first choice.

Here's a link to my friend Reuven Werber's blog post on He's done a serious investigation and likes what he's found:

You'll find some of my comments in the responses to this post.



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