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09 MARCH 2014

Symbaloo: create collections through Windows 8 styled social bookmarking tool

"Symbaloo is a personal startpage that allows you to easily navigate the web and compile your favorite site all in to one visual interface. Save your bookmarks in the cloud and access them from anywhere with any device."

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Simon Perkins
09 MARCH 2014

Glogster EDU: multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students

"Glogster EDU is the leading global education platform for the creative expression of knowledge and skills in the classroom and beyond. We empower educators and students with the technology to create GLOGS – online multimedia posters – with text, photos, videos, graphics, sounds, drawings, data attachments and more."

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2009Adobe Flashannotation servicecollection of ideasdigital scrapbook • dynamic multi-sensory resources • e-learning platform • Edmodo • educational community • educational mediaeducational technology • Glog • Glogster EDU • graphics blog • instructional aids • integration software • interactive multimedia image • interactive poster • K-12knowledge managementlearning toolmultimediamultimedia authoring toolmultimedia tool • online creation • online learningonline mediaorganise and share • paid service • post-secondaryposterschool childrenSchoolTubesocial networkteacher resources • teachers and students • virtual classroom • virtual learningWikispaces

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Simon Perkins
06 NOVEMBER 2012

CAGD: in-house bespoke course management and e-portfolio tool

"The CAGD website was started in 2004, as a repository for research material from students on the BA Hons Contemporary Art Practices course (then BA Hons Contemporary Creative Practices), at Leeds Metropolitan University. It became apparently quite quickly though, that the tools that we'd developed would be useful for a lot more than simply collating material, and as more courses were included into the system it has grown to become a fully–functioning online e–portfolio, course management, social network, reflective journal and collaborative space, with (to date) more than 350,000 pieces of work and research and 1,000 active daily users."

(Graham Hibbert, 19 January 2012)

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2004academic courses • ad-hoc groups • bespokebookmarklet • CAGD • collaborative project • collaborative space • contemporary art practices • contemporary creative practices • course management • e-learning platformePortfolio • Graham Hibbert • Ian Truelove • knowledge repositoryLeedsLeeds Metropolitan University • online e-portfolio • private beta • reflective journal • School of Art Architecture and Design • shared interests • social academic network • social network • social networking tool • technology and art education • tool • version 1.0 • web application

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Simon Perkins
08 JULY 2012

From LMS to VLE or from supermarkets to airports: Classifying elearning platforms using metaphors

"This paper presents a rational model developed to make sense of various elearning platforms currently in use in Australian universities. The conceptualisation and organisation of the elearning platforms is underpinned by an educational psychology framework of social construction of meaning, data visualisation and story telling for meaning making. The model explains how various elearning platforms can be integrated to represent a threedimensional, hierarchical construct that has the potential to aid understandings about the utility of information systems (IS) for learning and teaching. The model shows that LAMS, which has gained increasing popularity in Europe (Laurillard & Masterman, 2010), is usefully depicted as a 'middle ground' system, successfully bridging conventional LMSs and more advanced IS, referred here as (MU)VLEs (Multi–User Virtual Learning Environments). The model has important implications on how university lecturers, classroom teachers and students come to engage with an increasingly complex elearning environment."

(Eva Dobozy & Patricia Reynolds, LAMS Conference Sydney 2010)

Dobozy, E. & Reynolds, P. (2010). From LMS to VLE or from supermarkets to airports: Classifying elearning platforms using metaphors. Proceedings of the 5th International LAMS Conference 2010. http://lamsfoundation.org/lams2010sydney/papers.htm

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2010airport • airport metaphor • AustraliaAustralian universitiesclassification scheme • classifying • classroomcollaborationconceptual modelconceptualisationconference paper • constructivist approach • data visualisationDiana Laurillarde-learninge-learning application • e-learning conference • e-learning platformeducational psychologyelearning • elearning environments • elearning platforms • electronic portfolioengagement • Eva Dobozy • hierarchical orderinginformation systemsinformation visualisation • IS • LAMS • LAMS Conference • learninglearning and teachinglearning designlearning design support environmentlecturer • Liz Masterman • LMSmeaning makingmetaphor • Multi-User Virtual Learning Environments • MUVLE • Patricia Reynolds • pedagogysocial construction of meaningsocial constructivismsocial-constructivist approachstorytellingstudentssupermarketteachinguser requirementsvisual metaphorVLE

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Simon Perkins
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