As you may know, I've been doing quite a few experiements with various web 2.0 tools (Pageflakes, Netvibes, yourminis, Grazr, Dapper etc), and in the next week or two I want to do an experiment with Digg - I'm going to put up a story about openlearn and the top ten popular units, to see how many people visit the site go on to continue to learn from our free materials.



If you have a digg account would you be willing to digg my experimental story? I will share everything I learn on this network of course. If you're interested in taking part and don't have a digg account you can register here http://digg.com/register.
Let me know if you are interested in a comment below!

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Comment by Stuart Brown on April 17, 2007 at 3:03pm
Hi Markius,
Thansk for the support!
Are you a member of my open education ning network? You can read about some of the experiments there or on my work blog at http://conclave.open.ac.uk/openair/ . Essentially I'm looking at ways of taking content from the openlearn site and making it available to users in environments and formats with which they are already comfortable.
A recent JISC study of students showed that those aged 17-25 are the most likely to engage in using web 2.0 technologies but the least likely to engage with `institutional' learning technologies provided by a school or college - I think that looking at existing web 2.0 spaces is useful therfore.

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