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Der ePedagogy-Folks,

long time no see. I met Grant several times in my seminar and Ina. But especially from the ones who are a bit more far away I don’t hear anything. But hey, thats not right. There is one whom I’m following through his daily life. It’s Owen, even though he’s far away. Why? It’s because he’s using Twitter.
Whats that? The following Video could give you an answer.

And hey, there are more of us ePedagogys on Twitter. Now I’ll try to make a list:
Ina @truemmerfrau
Torsten @herrmeyer
Christina @fernschwalbe
Wey @weytan
Alex @alextee
Ralf @ralfa
Owen @owenkelly

And, guess what, there are a lot of other interesting people on Twitter. User the twitter search to find topics and people you are interested in.

If you’ve got a twitter account as well, please write a comment and check if it might be interesting to follow one of the other ePeds…

Greetings from Hamburg,
Ralf

PS: Happy Birthday to this Blog. It is three years old this month!


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a new ePedagogy Twine

Twine is an online service that is currently in private beta. It is something like a cross between del.icio.us and a community-based version of study.log.

Anyone can start a Twine about anything, and invite members. Members can post things there: essays, but also urls, media, and anything that can be stored on the web. Each post can be tagged, shared and commented on. Even better there is a Firefox bookmarklet that you can use to post any web page you are reading to the Twine of your choice, tagging it and adding a comment as you go.

This means that groups like ours can create shared libraries of interesting online material, and then link it through posting essays of our own that draw threads between various posted links and media.

Obviously I managed to get an invitation, and I have just invited everyone whose email address I had to hand. If you have not been invited (Wey hasn’t for one because I didn’t have his email address in Airset for some reason) then email me and I will invite you. This also applies to all the new students. Mail me at owen@owenkelly.net with the subject Twine ePed and I will invite you straight away.

It seems much neater in lots of ways than other attempts to create such an online shared library, and I think that we should try it to see what use we can make of it.

Web 2.0 and onwards!


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