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Month: August 2007

31 Day Blogging Challenge — Day 27 – 31

31 Day Blogging Challenge — Day 27 – 31

While some might feel a sense of relief because the tough slog of the blogging challenge is completed with the final ride down that last steep hill across the finish line, I feel immensely sadness because working together as community for this 31 Day Blogging challenge has been extraordinary. 🙁 So this is my last update of daily tasks for the challenge. Day 27 – Find a Sponsor for Your Blog YEAH – don’t need to do this task as…

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Aussie Slogger Celebrates Blog Day 2007

Aussie Slogger Celebrates Blog Day 2007

After being called a True Slogger and being challenged by John Pearce to write yet another blog post, I thought I just had to be one of the first in Australia, and the World, to write a post for BlogDay2007! BlogDay originated from the fact that majority of blog Readers read a very small number of top blogs so lets make an annual day dedicated to discover new blogs and expose them to the world. My task is to post…

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I Didn’t Start The Fire……

I Didn’t Start The Fire……

“People’s interpretations of policy is causing lack of consistency (between States, Territories and organisations) on accessibility to tools for e-practitioners” [Image by Halan] Early this week I flew across to Melbourne to participate in a workshop for the Australian Flexible Learning Framework’s VET Network and Firewall Access Research Project to discuss collaborative national solutions to ‘Computer Network and Firewall Access’ issues that are impeding e-learning implementation with IT support and e-practitioners from around Australia. The idea of the workshop was…

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Tips for Travellers – What NOT to DO!

Tips for Travellers – What NOT to DO!

Been doing a bit of “Ask the Leyland Brothers” this year with some traveling of the country side. My latest trip was to Melbourne for two days for the Australian Flexible Learning Framework’s Firewall and Network Security workshop. Unfortunately I am a TAD absent minded when traveling and deserve the “Most Disorganised Traveler of the Year Award!” Hopefully being this disorganised will not earn me time out in the Twitter Box. Here are my tips for fellow travelers: Tip #1…

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Love iGoogle – Get iGoogle Skins!

Love iGoogle – Get iGoogle Skins!

Gabriela is an ABSOLUTE LEGEND – she knows what I am an interested in and as a member of my del.icio.us network, she adds bookmarks for web sites to my del.icio.us account that she KNOWS I WILL LIKE. If you are not familar with del.icio.us or want to learn how to use del.icio.us more effectively – check out my Getting Out of Del.icio.us information. Today she gave me a GEM – Gabriela knows I am a bit crazy about iGoogle…

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Been Wondering What My Blog is All About? Read On

Been Wondering What My Blog is All About? Read On

After an extremely made dash out of the door yesterday to catch at plane to the other side of Australia – as taxi pulled up in driveway was still dressing, finishing off doing hair/make up and packing bag because I had spent too long on Internet – I had the lovely pleasure of catching up for dinner with new and old friends, Coach Carole and Michael Coghlan. But it made me realise that with many new visitors to my blog,…

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31 Days to Build a Better Blog–- Days 20-26

31 Days to Build a Better Blog–- Days 20-26

Energy has been an issue during our Chocolate Challenge of 31 Days to Build a Better Blog, but with just over one week to go, I am thinking the challenge participants definitely deserve a party next Saturday to celebrate their achievements – although different time zones may cause an interesting debate for us to decide which day to hold the party 🙂 Check out Darren’s 31 Day project page for the detailed information on the daily tasks we have to…

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Do you Post on mlearning or Mobile Technologies?

Do you Post on mlearning or Mobile Technologies?

Over the last couple of weeks I have been writing posts on mlearning (mobile learning) and mobile technologies. But I would like to hear about what you are doing. Do You Have Posts or Podcasts on mlearning (mobile learning) and mobile technologies? If so – feel free to post the URLs in comments below so I can visit and see your work!

How to Read Blog posts on a Phone Using Mobile Friendly Google Reader

How to Read Blog posts on a Phone Using Mobile Friendly Google Reader

Christine Martell (Visuals Speak Blog) comment on my STOP, LOOK, THINK – What Is Material Really Going To Look Like on A Mobile Device was “Now I’m really scared to look at my blog and site, so it’s a good thing I don’t know how to! Hope the next article is how to fix such things? So here is one solution for how we can cater to our mobile readers cutesy of a comment on Nick Cowie’s post on The…

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Window to this Edublogger’s World

Window to this Edublogger’s World

Today/yesterday (time zone dependent) was the first official online meetup for the new social network, EduBloggerWorld and as part of this event I was asked to share a window into my educational blogging world. But what is EduBloggerWorld, and why is it important? Well, EduBloggerWorld has been created to encourage connections and community among educational bloggers worldwide. Participants use it to share ideas on how they use tools like wikis, podcasts and blogs with students; and are enhancing their students’…

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