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As usual, Jon Udell is onto something interesting. A company called Linden Labs has produced a MMORG called
The Eide Neurolearning Blog has an interesting post on autobiographical memory. It seems to me that the best way to tap its power from the perspective of online learning is through discovery learning adventure games. Check out, for example, this … Continue reading
This post isn’t a litany of the things that I don’t like about RoboDemo, although there will necessarily will be some of that. Rather, it’s my own speculation as to why a smart company with a reputation for good software … Continue reading
Here is another tool that affords a particular educational conversation pattern. This time the pattern is role-playing simulation I may have to start a new site theme for this stuff. (Found via thee-Learning Centre.)
Another of Stephen Downes’ Breaking the Power Law blogs provides a useful comparison of Wink to Qarbon’s Viewletbuilder. The short version: Wink is free but ViewletBuilder is nicer.