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A New Website, Part Six - Drupal Modules

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Modules A module is some additional programming that gives your site some additional functionality. A number of optional modules come installed with the original Drupal download. In addition, you can get many more modules from the Drupal web site. The first step, then, is to look at the list of modules that comes with the Drupal download. So I select 'Site Building' -> 'Modules'. Aggregator The Aggregator is an RSS aggregator.

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What Does it Mean to Enrol in a Course?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Thing of your PLE as similar to your email client, or your RSS reader. This means, for example, if you're searching for something, you are searching all your content from all your sources to find the thing you need. If your desktop crashes you lose all your RSS feeds.

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My Moodle Test

Xyleme

For example, if you check out Michael Hanley’s blog , you’ll see that he’s dedicated most of his recent posts to this subject. Brent Schlenker, commenting on Michael Hanley’s blog , says: “. I didn’t believe it myself, so I did the following Google search: “Moodle and standards.” Its 18 months old, so I did a quick search of the Moodle forums to see what the status of the SCORM export feature is today. SCORM is only one of 12 standard learning modules in Moodle.

Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Recently Tom Vander Wall has posted a really thoughtful blog post that says what I have experienced. Jay Cross on 30 Mar 2009 at 1:52 pm Sounds like Microsoft needs to re-read David Weinberger’s Everything is Miscellaneous, particularly the part that says you don’t have to label and file everything when you can find it with a search. Drupal’s taxonomy module does. My friend Jon Lebkowsky suggested that I blog my response.

My 25 Years of Ed Tech

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I notice Weller cites Alan Levine's early use of BBS technology (it's unfortunate that this is the only bit of Levine's massive contribution he cites, and that it's nothing more than a comment on Weller's own blog). 1998 – Wikis Also: CMSs, RSS I didn't bother with Wikis.

A New Website, Part Eleven - Content Construction

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

First of all, how do define events: I needed to decide between the ' Calendar ' module and the 'CCK' module. How about the Calendar module? First I had to find it - once again, Drupal's awful search made what should have been a one-minute job a ten minute exercise in frustration. I don't understand the thinking behind the module pages in Drupal. And why doesn't the 'support forum' link to a module-specific support forum?

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A New Website, Part Seven - Converting The Data

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This is a bit tricky because my website includes both harvested content from Edu_RSS and generated content such as my articles and posts. Tricky, but not impossible, for as we have seen Drupal also has an RSS aggregator. I had always kept the two types of content - Edu_RSS links and my own content - separate, but recently I started putting all that into one big table, distinguished only by content 'type' and by the author. module, something that's firmly developed for 5.0,

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Distance Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

A reader writes, I've just changed jobs and am now supporting the development of a distance learning module delivered almost entirely online. You write that your are "now supporting the development of a distance learning module delivered almost entirely online." I see teachers - like Clarence Fisher, Darren Kurowapta, and Konrad Glowgowski - using technologies like blogging in their classes with excellent results.

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A New Website, Part Two - Choosing Drupal

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

But I run a large and complex site, one which would be impossible to maintain merely by creating and uploading HTML files (even simple blogging websites are too complicated to maintain this way - sure, you could learn how to do it pretty easily, but then you'd be doing a lot of extra work every time you created a new post). WordPress , for example, is popular blogging software, and written in PHP. The Drupal modules.

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NTEN’s We Are Media Project | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Visit the module outline to see more about content and the process for building it out. Also writing about the process of stewarding for this community -working wikily [link] Trackback URI | Comments RSS Leave a Reply New to Full Circle?

E-Learning Generations

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Second, it created the idea that these content modules orchunks were sharable. is arguably the development of blogging software, whichallowed people to easily create web content for the first time. Innovators moved on and began to tryradical new technologies like RSS and AJAX, Twitter and Technorati. The providers of search and document management services - Yahoo,Microsoft, Apple and Google - have their own social networks, but these arealso-rans.

CoP Series #8: Content and Community

Nancy White

This is the eighth in a series of blog posts I wrote for Darren Sidnick late last year. Part 1 , part 2 , part 3, , part 4, part 5 , part 6 , and part 7 are all here on the blog. Books, papers, self-paced learning modules, resources, learner discussions, reflective logs/blogs, images, audio, video. Consider things like aggregated content pulled in by persistent searches and tags, Amazon style interests.

Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Recently Tom Vander Wall has posted a really thoughtful blog post that says what I have experienced. Jay Cross on 30 Mar 2009 at 1:52 pm Sounds like Microsoft needs to re-read David Weinberger’s Everything is Miscellaneous, particularly the part that says you don’t have to label and file everything when you can find it with a search. Drupal’s taxonomy module does. My friend Jon Lebkowsky suggested that I blog my response.

The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Often user interaction is provided – the user might type a term into a search widget, for example – and often some form of processing is requested at the remote website. The World Wide Web today contains millions, and maybe billions, of (what used to be called) presentations, ranging from blog posts to wiki entries to videos posted on YouTube to Flickr photographs to SlideShare slide shows. This system was followed in just a few years by blogging.

A New Website, Part Five - Basic Drupal Configuration

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

My topics (which you can view , for now, on my current website) are based on predefined searches using regular expressions. A 'story' is like a blog post - it's one of the main types of content on the site. RSS Publishing This defines the RSS feed, which is now standard in Drupal. Modules I'll cover this in Part Six.

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The Girl Effect – catalyzing positive change | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Bev Trayner on 24 Nov 2008 at 6:36 am Nancy, when I did a Master’s degree in Development Studies – over 20 years ago, there was a compulsory module on women (“girls&# ) where we saw that research has been showing all this for a long time. it has impacted me and inspired me to act Trackback URI | Comments RSS Leave a Reply New to Full Circle?

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): "New JKO Portal to Offer Joint Online Training" (Defense Link News)

Mark Oehlert

For example, one of the portal’s first offerings, the Joint Individual Augmentee Module, will replace a week-long resident course that was offered in Suffolk, Va. Has profiles of serious gamers, forums, blogs, news, pictures and video all in one place. Plus links to all the best serious games content including: blogs, forums, podcasts and communities. Start a serious games blog or add an RSS feed of your existing blog.

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