Tuesday, 6 November 2007

EdTechRoundUp

I have just come across a Wiki called edtechroundup which is setup around the idea of people in education giving real examples of where it is being used.

It has regular online meetings, though I have still to attend one.

I have always been much more interested in Wiki's than Blogs (Haven't I Andrew?). I like the collaborative aspect and I see a much more positively productive outcome. (He say's while on his own soapbox blog)

 

3 comments:

David Noble said...

Hope you can make it to the edtechroundup FlashMeeting this Sunday at 8pm!

Andrew said...

I think I'm a great fan of both, but worry about the whole issue of 'ego' on a blog. Blogs can be collaborative too - it's a question of how the owner uses it? The best (and, curiously, worst) example of this is probably the daily kos?

islayian said...

David:I will be trying but Sunday nights are uually the online meeting nights for my SQH group (and no its not a support group........or maybe I am wrong)
Andrew: I agree about the ego part (As you know). I don't know the Daily Kos Blog.