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19 Nov/09

E-learning: Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009

E-learning: Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Jane Hart ha recentemente pubblicato la sua lista dei Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009. Ogni anno infatti quasi 300 professionisti e-learning, sparsi in varie parti del mondo, inviano a Jane Hart la loro top 10 e da questa lei ricava la top 100. La lista dei 300 professionisti, linkati ognuno alla relativa top ten, è disponibile qui. Di seguito potete invece trovare le slide dei Top 100 Tools 2009: Continua a leggere...

21 Ott/09

Get It Wrong Before You Google to Learn It Better [Study Hacks]

Get It Wrong Before You Google to Learn It Better [Study Hacks]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We live in an era where the answer to almost any fact-based question is no further than a Google search away, but Scientific American highlights a study suggesting subjects forced to get something wrong before being told the answer learn it better. Photo by John Althouse Cohen. In many ways the results don’t seem terribly surprising—everyone’s had that one fact they remember better than all the rest...

19 Mag/09

Cobocards Is an Impressive, Collaborative Flash Card Webapp [Students]

Cobocards Is an Impressive, Collaborative Flash Card Webapp [Students]

Cobocards is a free, web-based flash card application with an emphasis on collaboration, so you can create and study a set of flash cards alongside your friends or fellow students. We’ve covered several flash card apps in the past, but Cobocards sets itself apart with an impressive feature set. Not only does it do all the basics, like tracking your progress as you study, but it also sports several useful features we haven’t always seen from its competition, such as several...


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9 Apr/09

What’s Your Personal Business Model? [Ask The Readers]

What’s Your Personal Business Model? [Ask The Readers]

Over at weblog Freelance Switch, our very own Gina Trapani discusses crafting a personal business model—that is, an ideal vision of what you want to get from the work you do. Gina’s post comes from the perspective of someone who’s made a move to a mostly freelance career after years at the helm of Lifehacker , but the basic idea behind the personal business model, as she describes it, applies to anyone, and it’s about finding satisfaction in the work you’re...