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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-03-01

  • Reflective practise and assessment at http://bit.ly/kgj1c #
  • Social media applied to online-only university, open courseware and peer-to-peer learning http://bit.ly/pQXsX #
  • Nice explanation of the semantic web by Tim Berners-Lee, in Scientific American (2001), so a bit old but still good http://bit.ly/e40PA #
  • A matrix of uses of blogging in education, prepared by Scott Leslie in 2003, at http://bit.ly/RK7Dt. Original blog at http://bit.ly/GjWhO #
  • Learning in and within an open wiki project: Wikiversity’s potential in global capacity building at http://bit.ly/18P7gv #
  • Web 2.0 storytelling: emergence of a new genre, about creating rich media with social media, quite cool, at http://bit.ly/rPKg3 #
  • Developing professional physiotherapy competence by internet-based reflection, at http://bit.ly/9rHSE #
  • Using micro-blogging in education; presentation on Slideshare, plenty of related slideshows as well. Available at http://bit.ly/CuOA5 #
  • Another slideshow about using Twitter for education, slides 3, 6, 11 are pretty cool. Available at http://bit.ly/7I32r #
  • Rehab+, a physio-related database from McMaster University (the home of EBP), providing citations 4 the latest evidence http://bit.ly/SuuPd #
  • RT @benwerd The people are the social network; the site is the tool that facilitates that network. #
  • If everyone opened up their APIs, could we have a web without the web? #
  • Who are the Net Generation (Gen Y)? http://bit.ly/8MhDi #
  • The disruption of textbook publishing, too expensive (time, labour, resources). Are digital books a solution? Wikis? http://bit.ly/279Ls #
  • Basic guidelines on how to design a questionnaire for conducting research in health (2 links – http://bit.ly/GPQLA and http://bit.ly/KKlZ5) #

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