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Group 3 – What’s going on?

Hey folks,

some weeks ago I joined group 3 – ubiquitous education – but still got no reaction from no one… So another try, using this blog. I really would like to start working on the project but we do not really have talked about the exact topic, about the concept for our work… and I think, this is hard to manage just using email or this blog.

So I propose to have a Skype-meeting as a kick-off for the project. Then we can talk together about our topic and the future work. To have a good result for this kick-off-meeting I would say everybody thinks about the topic and also thinks about the roles in the project etc. until we meet over Skype. What do you think?

This is what Raimo wrote about the topic:

“Me and Joni been talking about the project and we found
ubiquitousness most interesting and promising topic of our Rotterdam
We would like to focus on that in our project. What your think?
In our presentation we applied the following definition: In
ubiquituous society IT-services are provided all the time,
everywhere, with everybody.

That means accessebility without time and place restrictions,
including floating timetables and flexible working hours, more fun
and labour around o´clock where ever you happens to be. It´s “on the
go” thing that all the internet operators, cell phone manufactures,
Nokia, Apple… are so fired up.

Our question might be: what is ubiquitous education? And what is the
role of the weblog in this all?”
Proposals for the time:

1. Since most of you take part in KnowledgeFormation taking place Tuesdays we could meet 90 minutes before the start of the seminar or after the seminar… So, first meeting tuesday, 16th may?

2. Friday afternoon?

3. Weekend?

Please share your thoughts with me 🙂 I am looking forward to working with you on this topic…

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Postponed Third Meeting Bliki Team

Hi folks

Since only Owen an I were at Skype this morning, and since even we were both unprepaired (*blush*), we decided to postpone the meeting to Friday, the 28th of April, at 13:00 CET / 14:00 EET, on Skype.
I hope I can give an overview of some tasks and preparations before that moment, and that Jana and Wey-Tan can join us .

Greetz, Leslo

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Overview of Phases in a Project

For your information: in the WIKI part of this website I posted (an update of) a model, which can be used doing any kind of project. Our team is using this model for structuralizing both internal activities as external communication.

To get to this model, please do the following steps:

  • Click at the WIKI link in the top menu of this page
  • In the top menu on the WIKI page, use the Categories link
  • Choose Category Project Management
  • Choose Grit Model

Or go directly to the model using this link.

Be my guest for using it to your own benefits, and to give any remarks about it to me 😉

Cheers, Leslo


Conference 2.0

I found an interesting article about which includes the top ten tips for extending education conferences. The Keywords are “Communication“, “Tagging“, “Conference blog“, “Photos“, “Wiki Notes“, “Session blogs“, “Infrastructure“, “Blog Reporters“, “Podcasts & Webcasts” and “Training“.
I think these ten tips are also useful for our international meetings. What do you think?

Via Weiterbildungsblog


Projectplan draft version

Projectplan Blogosphere Textfile

The project plan so far.




My definition of an ‘ideal Bliki’

As planned by our group I will share my ideas of a Bliki and would like to receive your comments on that. I am also very interested in waht the other groups are working on. Could you please put it to the Blog or Wiki?

In my opinion it is necessary to describe the situation where to use the bliki first.
I assume that our Bliki will be used in any kind of educational context e.g. school, university, corporate education, lond distance learning or something like that where people are to learn something in more than one step. It does’nt matter if it is used for pure e-learning or blended-learning arrangements.


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Tasks Projectteam after meeting 16th of March 2006

After last weeks meeting, we came up with the following tasks:

  1. Definition of an ‘ideal’ Bliki
  2. Technical possibilities of a Bliki
  3. Look and feel of a Bliki
  4. Projectmanagement –> writing a projectplan for this Blogosphere project

1 Definition of an ‘ideal Bliki’

Who: all

When: finishing time 24th of March 2006

How to transfer result: storing definition at our own Blog “WE/ME in epedagogy design”


  • To what purposes can a Bliki be used/developed?
    Do we need/have a scenario for the bliki use? Maybe a bliki should/can be used for different scenario’s then a blog and a wiki…
  • What are the main functionalities of a Bliki?

2 Technical possibilities of a Bliki

Who: Owen/Ralf

When: start after 24th of March 2006, finished 1 week later (?)

How to transfer result: storing definition at our own Blog “WE/ME in epedagogy design”, after that Eeva and Leslo will give comments


  • Summary of can’s/cant’s, do’s/dont’s
  • How can we test the technical possibilities our selves?

3 Look & Feel of a Bliki

Who: Eeva/Leslo

When: start after 24th of March 2006, finished 1 week later (?)

How to transfer result: storing definition at our own Blog “WE/ME in epedagogy design”, after that Owen and Ralf will give comments


  • Summary of can’s/cant’s, do’s/dont’s
  • What are the guidelines for designing a Bliki GUI?

4 Projectmanagement –> writing a projectplan for this Blogosphere project

Who: all

When: ‘living’ document during the project

How to transfer result: storing (versions of) the project plan at our own Blog “WE/ME in epedagogy design”, after that Torsten (as our Blogosphere coach) can give comments


  • 4a) Defining projectphases and -path we follow
    Who: Leslo, When: 24th of March, How to transfer: storing at our Blog
  • 4b) Writing plan of approach, including our main- and subgoals
    Who: all, When: starting at 24th of March, How to transfer: storing at our Blog. At meeting 24th of March a more detailed plan will be made up
  • 4c) Get acknowledgement of our project coach of this plan



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Bliki definition

It seems that combining blog- and wiki-features as a Bliki are already something that people have been researching and trying out for some time now. For example in Wikipedia there is already a Bliki definition and examples.

Owen skyped me some links that are a good starting point when we defining Bliki in our research.

Here is a good article about weblogs and wikis:

This article defines bliki as a weblog with wiki support, which is simple enough:

In this site there are some definitions for Wiki, Weblog and PIM (Personal Information Manager) which might be interesting for us too:

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Bliki Research – a starting date

Eeva, Leslo, Owen and Ralf have agreed that our project will officially start on Monday March 13. Until then we will do individual preliminary research. We are each going to work out for ourselves what we need to know before the project begins – and find it out.
On March 13th, as though by magic, we will know enough to begin the project 🙂


Day three – Presentation and cycling

Rottermam 2006On day three of our international Seminar we had the presentations about our projects during the morning. All three groups have a different approach to the blogosphere. To work on these projects the blog may be used to create a kind of documentation of your group progress, inform others about milestones, problems, and whatever you want and already did.
There is also a wiki available now and Owen will try to organise that one login is working for the blog and the wiki.
I just want to thank you for some very nice days with a lot of intersting people and great talks.
The pictures I have taken are all online now and I hope you will put yours to flickr as well and tag them with epedagogy.