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The elearning epicentre for TAFE SA, Australia initiative. The annual Edayz conference brings together innovations and best practice from right around Australia.

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29th Sep 2005, 02:56   comments (0)

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Cabcharge - where would we be without it? Managed to escape the flight unscathed - no pointless conversations - its been a while since i have been in the city of churches
29th Sep 2005, 02:48   comments (0)

W800i

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.....or would I be better off waiting for the 2.0 meg. Nokia N91 with 4gb microdrive? ........apparently it also can scale out to a 4gb stick with wireless centre and in built MP3 included.........I think Claire would appreciate one as well........might just pop in the PSP to the xmas stocking if we manage to secure a decent enough contract before Xmas.......Claire is smitten with the moblog idea as it's making our lives infinetly more global - now to get on the plane.....
28th Sep 2005, 22:47   comments (1)

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Seems to be the only thing keeping me alive these days - coffee stained teeth *yawns*
28th Sep 2005, 21:34   comments (0)

geek week.

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......one of the things I've learnt in the last five months is that every
time i thought I was a head I learnt I was behind. I'm inspired with how
quickly www.greeningplbara.blogspot.com has taken up the challenge with a
bunch of really challenging bunch of students - so cool - I'm happy -
typically preening for a net geek.
28th Sep 2005, 15:15   comments (0)

not makin' sense :-)

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........trying to make sense of authorities who are trying to make sense of
those who are trying to make sense of those who not making sense. Have we
gone too far with using mlearning moblogs in an educational context ? Is
this a valid way of students interacting to substantiate or support proof of
achieving learning outcomes? Should we be concentrating on MSN spaces or
quizilla.com ? Check http://www.moblog.co.uk/blog/engageme . I truly think
Anne Paterson from TAFE NSW is a leader in how this stuff works. See her
blog at www.annepaterson.com/weblog. Maybe she's right. Maybe it comes from
having too many kids like me in the same household.........
28th Sep 2005, 15:01   comments (1)

Does /does not

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........sometimes they knows mo' than we doos.
28th Sep 2005, 14:48   comments (0)

Always on

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Can you picture it? A teacher that allows students to have their mobile
phone on anytime ? In fact a lecturer that allows encourages students to
preference their mobile phone contact over that of the didactic "control" of
the educator ? Umheard of ? In What institution? I can name only one - do
you have any leads as to where this occuring elsehwere?
28th Sep 2005, 14:39   comments (0)