Archivo de la categoría: recursos

Lanzan una ‘web’ para ayudar a maestros a usar nuevas tecnologías

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Aquí traemos hoy de nuestro alter ego e-academia la noticia sobre la creación en Europa de una web que ayude a los maestros a usar nuevas tecnologías…Es curioso como se justifica la necesidad de esta web llamada teachtoday

¿Por qué necesitamos otra página web?
Trabajando en colaboración, escuelas, gobiernos, empresas, organismos de seguridad del Estado y asociaciones juveniles, se ha creado un entorno seguro en Internet para niños y jóvenes, con el fin de que la tecnología sea una herramienta beneficiosa, productiva y creativa que potencie las actividades, el desarrollo y la participación social de los niños y jóvenes.

No obstante, al igual que en todas las tecnologías en evolución, siempre cabe la posibilidad de un mal uso. Y con ella, la necesidad de encontrar soluciones a los problemas que generan las TIC en las escuelas de hoy en día: el acoso con el teléfono móvil y por Internet, la subida de imágenes de forma inapropiada en páginas de contactos y el mal uso de la información privada….

Y por último, cómo dan la noticia en terra:

Empresas del sector de las telecomunicaciones y la informática, entre ellas la españolas Telefónica, lanzaron este miércoles en Bruselas un portal de internet para ayudar a los maestros y profesores a enfrentar mejor la utilización de nuevas tecnologías por parte de sus alumnos.

Estudiantes universitarios.Estudiantes asistiendo a un curso en la universidad de Ciencias Humanas en la ciudad francesa de Caen el 30 de marzo de 2004.
Estudiantes universitarios.

El objetivo es ‘mantener a los enseñantes al corriente de lo que deben saber’ para poder enseñar a los niños y adolescentes cómo utilizar de manera segura esas tecnologías, explicó Janice Richardson, de European Schoolnet, una red de los ministerios europeos de Educación.

‘Intentamos que los enseñantes tomen consciencia de que deben proteger su vida privada en internet’, agregó.

‘Las tecnologías cambian muy rápido, y muy a menudo los niños tienen un mejor conocimiento de ellas que sus padres o enseñantes’, indicó de su lado Carlos López Blanco, un responsable de Telefónica. (leer más…)

Fuente:[terra]

StoryboarderPro. The professional tool for creating e-learning storyboards (II)

Seguimos con nuestra sección de recuperación de viejos posts, en este caso traemos uno del domingo 25 de marzo de 2007 titulado StoryboarderPro. The professional tool for creating e-learning storyboards

Hace mucho que pienso que las estrategias técnicas de diseño cinematográfico-audiovisual son tremendamente útiles y productivas en el diseño de e-learning. Aunque habría mucho que discutir sin el concepto se está trasladando al e-learning, con toda la complejidad que implica en el mundo audiovisual.
No es que hablemos de nada nuevo, pero hoy he descubierto en la red esta aplicación. De nuevo nos encontramos con la política de CourseGenie y Horizon Wimba, basarse en aplicaciones muy extendidas como Word para que cualquiera que disponga de un texto pueda desarrollar el diseño instructivo de un curso.
Ya hablamos hace tiempo de algunas de las implicaciones que esto podía acarrear.

De todas maneras, en principio, no me gustan las soluciones uniplataformas y además como en este caso que tenga que ser Word 2003, yo tengo el xp y ahora no me apetece quitarlo para probarlo, así que lo haremos cuando tengamos un poco más de tiempo.En todo caso, mientras lo ponemos en marcha y lo probamos ahí tenéis la referencia :

Storyboarder ProStoryboarder Pro

professional e-learning software

No se puede mostrar la imagen “https://i0.wp.com/www.storyboarderpro.com/templates/storyboarder/images/hdr_top_left.gif” porque contiene errores.

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Fuente: [storyboarderpro]

PDFHammer. Online PDF editor

Vía AccesoWeb 2.0 by PDF Hammer is a website that allows you to edit your PDF files online for free. You don’t need to install any additional software, you can edit PDF documents right now inside your browser. Once you start, you will be able to upload one or more PDF files into your project, arrange the pages in any order you wish, and delete any pages you don’t want.

For example, you can create a PDF document that has the cover page of one PDF file, followed by all of the pages of another PDF file, and finally followed by the back-cover page of the first file.

PDF Hammer is in beta and currently has the following features:

  • Reorder pages
  • Delete pages
  • Append PDF to another PDF

Features coming soon:

  • Rotate pages
  • Apply Watermarks and stamps to pages

Using PDF Hammer is very easy, try it out right now by clicking below!

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Fuente: [ PDFHammer, vía acceso web 2.0]

Slideo. A la découverte du microlearning

Hoy traemos un ejemplo de Slideo,en este caso un vidéo publiée le 1 octobre 2007
par Frederic Soussin, Conseil Usages TIC & WEB 2; sobre MicroLearning. Slideo es un servicio de power points, videos profesionales…Así se definen:Publier
tous vos documents :
PowerPoint, vidéo, pdf, word, excel, OpenOffice, etc.
sur les thématiques professionnelles qui vous intéressent :
Management, Droit & Fiscalité, Finance, RH, Efficacité professionnelle, Marketing & Communication, SI, TIC, Qualité, International, Création et reprise d’entreprises, etc.

(leer más…)

Fuente: [slideo]

The Laptop Club. Niños de 8 años diseñando portátiles.

Drawing by The Laptop Club, all rights reserved
Morgan, age 8 or 9
En el excelente blog El cosmonauta, encontramos esta noticia sobre niños de 8 años diseñando portátiles. La responsable es Amy Tiemman en Carolina del Norte, si queréis saber más en The Morning News le hacen una entrevista: The Laptop Club.

[Por cierto que el cosmonauta El 25 de enero empieza el próximo curso del Programa Vostok, . Este año serán 6 plazas en Madrid y 6 en Barcelona. El temario será el mismo y en Barcelona lo impartirá Ariel Guersenzvaig, de quien soy fan.]

Volviendo al tema el post del Laptop Club comienza así:

A kid’s-eye view of laptop design

A group of kids from one of our local elementary schools has formed a “mini-laptop club.” They don’t use electronic machines. Instead, these first-, second- and third-graders draw their own laptops on construction paper and pretend to e-mail each other. They dedicate a surprising amount of time to this activity. I once had a chance to examine one of their “keyboards.” I was fascinated to learn which Internet functions had sunk into the minds of these kids, who are just getting their first exposure to computers from watching their parents work, and from using kid-friendly sites. Follow the page jump to see one of their designs.

La primera imagen (rojo) es encantadora: de lo que puedo ver tres o cuatro botones para juegos. La segunda imagen espectacular la familia, los amigos y google (imperialismo google dixit ;-)) Anda que no tiene clara sus prioridades en la vida.

Drawing by The Laptop Club, all rights reserved

Del último me ha encantado la posición del ipod, la radio, la música y los juegos…anda que no tiene claro el prenda (o la prenda) pa lo que sirve un portátil!!!

Drawing by The Laptop Club, all rights reserved

Fuente: [El Cosmonauta, cnet news, the morning news]

Mapas mentales :Quién quiere ser creativo?

Hoy traemos un material de Google Video, Parodia del famoso programa televisivo en el cual se pone a prueba el conocimiento de los participantes; aunque este caso las preguntas se basan en el tema de los mapas mentales. Material realizado por 6 estudiantes del 2º semestre de Comunicación Social (Periodismo) en la Universidad Santa María (Caracas – Venezuela)

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(leer más…parte 2)

Fuente: [google video y you tube]

Asparagus with Lemon, Balsamic and Parmesan


Como estamos ultimamente, casi sin ningún respiro, aquí os traigo una recetita interesante que está dentro de un portal de videos, …son recursos educativos….5 min life Videopedia.
Que aproveche…cómo me gustan los trigueros!!!

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Fuente: [5 min]

No matéis más ranitas. Disección virtual de una rana virtual

Hoy es domingo, dia de descanso y he recordado un post de allá por el martes 3 de febrero de 2004 [link] Disección virtual de una rana virtual.

disección de una rana
Hay más animales, un cd, y una cuota de pago por escuela. Podéis utilizar las herramientas o utensilios propios de la disección….(leer más…)

Fuente: [froguts]

Top 10 Tools. Tus 10 herramientas favoritas

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies
Making Sense of E-Learning Trends, Technologies and Tools
Top 10 Personal Favourite Tools

Ya conocéis mi pasión por las listas, sirvan o no sirvan para nada. Aquí tenéis una lista de listas. El Centre for Learning&Performance Technologies ha solicitado a personas dedicadas al e-learning que opinen cuáles son sus 10 herramientas favoritas… muy interesante saber con lo que trabaja cada uno de nosotros en el día a día.
Algunos de los que ya han contestado…Copio los primeros 41….. Tomadlo como otra de nuestras habituales ristras de enlaces interesantísimos de gente que escribe y trabaja en el mundo del e-learning

1

Jay Cross is Founder of the Internet Time Group and is our first guest to list his favourite tools. Jay’s Top Ten Tools 3 July 2007
2

Jane Hart is Head of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies and presents her favourite 10 tools. Jane’s Top Ten Tools 6 July 2007
3

Barry Dahl is CIO at Lake Superior College, Duluth, MN, USA. Barry’s Top Ten Tools 6 July 2007
4

Clive Shepherd is a learning consultant based in Brighton in the UK. Clive’s Top Ten Tools 7 July 2007
5

Andreas Büsing teaches at a university in Germany as well as at the local college of Further Education. Andreas’s Top Ten Tools. 8 July 2007
6

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Pam Atkins is a long-time educator. Pam’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
7

no pic

Wendy Phillips develops online training courses for the contact centres of BigPond, the internet business unit of Australia’s largest telecommunications company, Telstra. Wendy’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
8

Mark Berthelemy is Learning Solutions Architect for Capita Learning & Development and Director & Lead Consultant for Wyver Solutions Ltd. Mark’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
9

Donald H Taylor, Don Taylor

Donald Taylor is the chairman of the Learning Technologies Conference, and a director of software house InfoBasis Limited, the capability management experts. Don’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
10

Paul Coyne, is Research and Development Manager with Emerald Group Publishing. Paul’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
11

B.J. Schone

B J Schone is an eLearning Specialist at a medium-sized company in Kansas City. B J’s Top Ten Tools 11 July 2007
12

Terry Elliott has taught with web-based tools since 1999. Terry’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
13

steve rayson

Steve Rayson is a director of the e-learning consultancy, kineo. Steve’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
14

Mick Alcock is the Managing Director of Atlantic Link Limited, a supplier of rapid e-learning software. Mike’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
15

Vaughan Waller is a Director of the learning consultancy, Waller Hart, Learning Architects. Vaughan’s Top Ten Tools 17 July 2007
16

Clark Quinn

Clark Quinn is the proprietor of Quinnovation, an eLearning consultancy. Clark’s Top Ten Tools 19 July 2007
17

My Photo

Brent Schlenker is a Research and Emerging Technologies Evangelist at the eLearning Guild. Brent’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
18

Stephen Downes works for the National Research Council, Institute for Information Technology, in Canada. Stephen’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
19

Christy Tucker is an instructional designer and develops online graduate courses for K-12 teachers. Christy’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
20

Larry Ferlazzo teaches English Language Learners at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California. Larry’s Top Ten Tools 21 July 2007
21

Ilpo Halonen is a language teacher at Vihti upper secondary school in Finland. Ilpo’s Top Ten Tools 23 July 2007
22

Janet Clarey

Janet Clarey is a Senior Researcher at Brandon Hall Research. Janet’s Top Ten Tools 23 July 2007
23

Patrick Dunn is an independent, UK-based e-learning consultant. Patrick’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
24

My Photo

David Wilson is a UK-based analyst and the managing director of Elearnity. David’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
25

Karyn Romeis is a Blended Learning Solutions Designer/Learning Consultant for Capita Learning & Development in the UK. Karyn’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
26

My Photo

Dennis Coxe is an instructional designer from New England. Dennis’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
27

Audrey J Williams is a Senior Instructional Technology Specialist at Pellissippi State Technical Community College in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Audrey’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
28

Rick Lillie is an accounting professor at California State University, San Bernardino. Rick’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
29

Seb Schmoller divides his time between independent consulting, and part-time employment as the Chief Executive of ALT (Association for Learning Technology). Seb’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
30

Joan Vinall-Cox is a writing coach, editor, Web 2.0 consultant and trainer. She is also a university lecturer in communication skills. Joan’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
31

James Farmer is the founder and CEO of Edublogs and he provides consultancy, design and development for a variety of different online community projects. James’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
32

David Parry is an assistant professor of emergent media at the University of Texas at Dallas. David’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
33

Scott Wilson works for CETIS, a national research and development service for UK Higher and Post-16 Education sectors. Scott’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
34

Cammy Bean is the Manager of Instructional Design at InVision Learning in Westborough, Massachusetts. Cammy’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
35

Jane Bozarth is the author of “E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring”, and the e-learning coordinator for the state government of North Carolina, USA. Jane’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
36

Teemu Arina is a partner and CEO at Dicole Oy, a company focusing on understanding the role of social technologies in knowledge work and networked learning in organizations, in Finland. Teemu’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
37

Tim Stahmer is an Instructional Technology Specialist for a large public school district in Northern Virginia, near Washington DC. Tim’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
38

Anol Bhattacharya lives and works in Singapore. Anol’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
39

Harold Jarche is an independent consultant based in Atlantic Canada. His work is centered on improving organisational performance. Harold’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
40

Karl Kapp is a professor of Instructional Technology and the Assistant Director of the Institute for Interactive Technologies at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg PA. Karl’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
41

Eduardo Peirano is an independent consultant working in learning 2.0 and online learning, based in Montevideo, Uruguay. Eduardo’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
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Fuente: [www.c4lpt.co.uk]

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Top 10 Tools. Tus 10 herramientas favoritas

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies
Making Sense of E-Learning Trends, Technologies and Tools
Top 10 Personal Favourite Tools

Ya conocéis mi pasión por las listas, sirvan o no sirvan para nada. Aquí tenéis una lista de listas. El Centre for Learning&Performance Technologies ha solicitado a personas dedicadas al e-learning que opinen cuáles son sus 10 herramientas favoritas… muy interesante saber con lo que trabaja cada uno de nosotros en el día a día.
Algunos de los que ya han contestado…Copio los primeros 41….. Tomadlo como otra de nuestras habituales ristras de enlaces interesantísimos de gente que escribe y trabaja en el mundo del e-learning

1

Jay Cross is Founder of the Internet Time Group and is our first guest to list his favourite tools. Jay’s Top Ten Tools 3 July 2007
2

Jane Hart is Head of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies and presents her favourite 10 tools. Jane’s Top Ten Tools 6 July 2007
3

Barry Dahl is CIO at Lake Superior College, Duluth, MN, USA. Barry’s Top Ten Tools 6 July 2007
4

Clive Shepherd is a learning consultant based in Brighton in the UK. Clive’s Top Ten Tools 7 July 2007
5

Andreas Büsing teaches at a university in Germany as well as at the local college of Further Education. Andreas’s Top Ten Tools. 8 July 2007
6

no pic

Pam Atkins is a long-time educator. Pam’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
7

no pic

Wendy Phillips develops online training courses for the contact centres of BigPond, the internet business unit of Australia’s largest telecommunications company, Telstra. Wendy’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
8

Mark Berthelemy is Learning Solutions Architect for Capita Learning & Development and Director & Lead Consultant for Wyver Solutions Ltd. Mark’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
9

Donald H Taylor, Don Taylor

Donald Taylor is the chairman of the Learning Technologies Conference, and a director of software house InfoBasis Limited, the capability management experts. Don’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
10

Paul Coyne, is Research and Development Manager with Emerald Group Publishing. Paul’s Top Ten Tools 9 July 2007
11

B.J. Schone

B J Schone is an eLearning Specialist at a medium-sized company in Kansas City. B J’s Top Ten Tools 11 July 2007
12

Terry Elliott has taught with web-based tools since 1999. Terry’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
13

steve rayson

Steve Rayson is a director of the e-learning consultancy, kineo. Steve’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
14

Mick Alcock is the Managing Director of Atlantic Link Limited, a supplier of rapid e-learning software. Mike’s Top Ten Tools 12 July 2007
15

Vaughan Waller is a Director of the learning consultancy, Waller Hart, Learning Architects. Vaughan’s Top Ten Tools 17 July 2007
16

Clark Quinn

Clark Quinn is the proprietor of Quinnovation, an eLearning consultancy. Clark’s Top Ten Tools 19 July 2007
17

My Photo

Brent Schlenker is a Research and Emerging Technologies Evangelist at the eLearning Guild. Brent’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
18

Stephen Downes works for the National Research Council, Institute for Information Technology, in Canada. Stephen’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
19

Christy Tucker is an instructional designer and develops online graduate courses for K-12 teachers. Christy’s Top Ten Tools 20 July 2007
20

Larry Ferlazzo teaches English Language Learners at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California. Larry’s Top Ten Tools 21 July 2007
21

Ilpo Halonen is a language teacher at Vihti upper secondary school in Finland. Ilpo’s Top Ten Tools 23 July 2007
22

Janet Clarey

Janet Clarey is a Senior Researcher at Brandon Hall Research. Janet’s Top Ten Tools 23 July 2007
23

Patrick Dunn is an independent, UK-based e-learning consultant. Patrick’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
24

My Photo

David Wilson is a UK-based analyst and the managing director of Elearnity. David’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
25

Karyn Romeis is a Blended Learning Solutions Designer/Learning Consultant for Capita Learning & Development in the UK. Karyn’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
26

My Photo

Dennis Coxe is an instructional designer from New England. Dennis’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
27

Audrey J Williams is a Senior Instructional Technology Specialist at Pellissippi State Technical Community College in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Audrey’s Top Ten Tools 24 July 2007
28

Rick Lillie is an accounting professor at California State University, San Bernardino. Rick’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
29

Seb Schmoller divides his time between independent consulting, and part-time employment as the Chief Executive of ALT (Association for Learning Technology). Seb’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
30

Joan Vinall-Cox is a writing coach, editor, Web 2.0 consultant and trainer. She is also a university lecturer in communication skills. Joan’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
31

James Farmer is the founder and CEO of Edublogs and he provides consultancy, design and development for a variety of different online community projects. James’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
32

David Parry is an assistant professor of emergent media at the University of Texas at Dallas. David’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
33

Scott Wilson works for CETIS, a national research and development service for UK Higher and Post-16 Education sectors. Scott’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
34

Cammy Bean is the Manager of Instructional Design at InVision Learning in Westborough, Massachusetts. Cammy’s Top Ten Tools 26 July 2007
35

Jane Bozarth is the author of “E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring”, and the e-learning coordinator for the state government of North Carolina, USA. Jane’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
36

Teemu Arina is a partner and CEO at Dicole Oy, a company focusing on understanding the role of social technologies in knowledge work and networked learning in organizations, in Finland. Teemu’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
37

Tim Stahmer is an Instructional Technology Specialist for a large public school district in Northern Virginia, near Washington DC. Tim’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
38

Anol Bhattacharya lives and works in Singapore. Anol’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
39

Harold Jarche is an independent consultant based in Atlantic Canada. His work is centered on improving organisational performance. Harold’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
40

Karl Kapp is a professor of Instructional Technology and the Assistant Director of the Institute for Interactive Technologies at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg PA. Karl’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
41

Eduardo Peirano is an independent consultant working in learning 2.0 and online learning, based in Montevideo, Uruguay. Eduardo’s Top Ten Tools 27 July 2007
(leer más…)
Fuente: [www.c4lpt.co.uk]

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