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Thursday, 20 November 2008
finding eLearning information through a community
Yes, a critical mind is necessary in this knowledge world.
Yes, knowing how to find stuff is increasingly important.
Yes, there are a lot of us eLearning people floating around the web.
And Yes, a redesigned resource is out there for you to find and stroll through. I use RSS, but frankly it takes time to keep it relevant and up-to-date. And RSS has one thing lacking... it does not tell you what you might be interested in or what topic you need to get into. So now, for those times I don't have a feed (or not yet) on a specific relevant topic, I surf to the eLearning Learning community pushed by non other then Tony Karrer.
Tony has a great eLearning blog called eLearning technology on which he posts his great eLearning (focusing on corporate) insights and challenges his readers regularly through the 'Big Question'. His blog was awarded the best eLearning blog in 2007 by Edublog. Yes, he is an inspiring eLearning pioneer.
So, if you are looking for something eLearning related, surf to the eLearningLearning community, choose a keyword, tool and ... find it.
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I may have missed your point here but Google Reader does have a 'if you like these you might also like those' feature and you can of course produce feeds from Google searches either within web pages, blogs or from News items; This example for elearning in the news http://url.ie/x2q
All the best
Thanks for sharing! Indeed a great resource as well.