Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Saturday, June 10, 2006
Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Originally uploaded by beewebhead.
This is the graph for Bee-coming a Webhead and I have made another one for my other blog at Wordpress.
It's fun to see the little dots expanding and connecting. Both look like an informal English landscape garden, full of flowers. I wonder what the different colours mean and who the connections behind them are. You can make yours at Websites as graphs .
Clarence Fisher at Remote Access started the meme from a very remote access indeed as he teaches in Snow Lake, MB, Canada.
I got in contact with him through his class blog Excellence and Imagination as his students spotted mine and exchanged comments for some time. Nice to connect!
Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Josie Fraser at Blogstreams
Josie Fraser (read EdTechUK) is organizing blog.ac.uk , the UK's first educational blogging conference on Friday, June 2nd. Keynote speakers include Barbara Ganley and Stephen Downes.
I have invited Josie to share with us her insights and impressions on the event on June 4th 21:00 GMT at our monthly Blogstreams Salon meeting at Tappedin.
After much grafting and pruning, the Dekita Orchard is now open to the public. There is a variety of trees and fruit from all corners of the planet, as the Orchard aggregates feeds from EFL/ESL courses worldwide that participate in the Dekita Exchange.
After this first harvest and thanks to a most dedicated gardener, we now have lots of cider and fruitcake to share with you.
Monday, May 01, 2006
Dekita.org celebrated yesterday its first bloganniversary. Aaron and I played the piano 4 hands for the anniversary post and Rudolf collected and displayed a number of long forgotten screenshots from the early days. This has been a hell of a collaboration :-) Lots of blood, sweat and tears (and fun and love). Happy birthday and it's been great to work with you, guys!
You've Made Me So Very Happy (depending on the day, there is always an alternative version)
Monday, April 17, 2006
Educational podcasting for teaching and learning
Through Eric Baber, a link to a comprehensive directory with over 2500 podcast channels for teaching and learning made in the UK, with tips for educators, video-channels and a weblog.
Eric has also just opened an ExtremeTechnoELT community on Moodle housing a number of different discussion fora for advanced of IT in ELT. Not for newbies or the faint-hearted.
Monday, April 03, 2006
WiA New Portal
Jeff Lebow launched yesterday the new WiA (Webheads in Action) portal on Drupal. Check out the video-tour prepared for the occasion. I love the possibility to connect with all the other members through its aggregating system and the podcasts to the main conferences stored on the site. Way to go! Thanks Jeff!