Monday, 30 March 2009

JISC Get On Board Open Learning Bandwagon

Good to see that JISC have thrown their weight into getting open source learning into the virtual marketplace.

With any luck this will be the push required to make it "acceptable" to institutions to share their work.

Experimental Blog: JISC09 Last Post Open Learning Resources

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Wednesday, 25 March 2009


The new bundle is now available. Dozen Apps/$39. Excellent!

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Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Posterous Links!

Image representing Posterous as depicted in Cr...Image via CrunchBase

Now this might be useful. Create the e-mail, post to posterous and
then have it forwarded to all my sites. That could be worth using.

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Blocking websites: your company vs. the great internet censors of the world | Open (minds, finds, conversations)...

Check out this website I found at

Probably good to remember that, no matter how restrictive your institution's setup is, you're probably doing better than these people.

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Is Posterous the Future of Blogging?

Hard to tell. It's certainly easy to use as it only requires an e-mail
But... yet another platform? We'll see...

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Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Free, as in speech

Eclipse, a free software IDE written in JavaImage via Wikipedia

The Online College has a great post on free or open source tools particularly applicable to students.

From image editors to IDEs and to-do lists to web browsers you'll find something of interest here.

69 Free or Open Source Tools For Students | Online College

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