Daily Links 01/16/2007

Sorry for the long list of links, but these articles, studies and reports are under consideration for inclusion in a grad course I’m teaching this summer. These articles focus on today’s learner and in the utilization of new media and social software towards their learning endeavors. Although these articles focus particularly on higher education, their lessons are applicable in many settings.

Some of the links are redundant as I couldn’t be sure whether I wanted to point my readers directly to the PDF files or to the EDUCAUSE reference page which provides the option to view all or part of these files in either HTML or PDF formats. I’m leaning toward the latter in the interest of open access.

The course is being developed in my PBwiki. Feel free to take a peek as it develops and if you have suggestions as to readings or experiences that would benefit my learners, I would love for you to drop me a line at jemartin [at] whitemountaintech [dot] net.

ERM0553 – “Engage Me or Enrage Me” – What Today’s Learners Demand (pdf)

  • Educause Review – September/October 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0556 – Leadership: Getting Ready for the Net Generation Learner (pdf)

  • Educause Review – September/October 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0558 – IT Myths: The Myth About Students, “We Understand Our Students” (pdf)

  • Educause Review – September/October 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0560 – Tomorrowland: When New Technologies Get Newer (pdf)

  • Educause Review – November/December 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0561 – There’s Something in the Air: Podcasting in Education (pdf)

  • Educause Review – November/December 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0562 – Instant Messaging: IM Online! RU? (pdf)

  • Educause Review – November/December 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0618 – New Horizons: New Media and Learning in the 21st Century (pdf)

ERM0627 – IT Myths: The Myth About Student Competency (pdf)

ERS0405w – ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2004: Convenience, Connection, and Control (pdf)

  • Public Educause Study – 2004 – post by edventures

ERS0506w – ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2005: Convenience, Connection, Control and Learning (pdf)

  • Public Educause Study – 2005 – post by edventures

ERS0607w – ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2006 (pdf)

  • Public Educause Study – 2006 – post by edventures

Digital Rendezvous: Social Software in Higher Education

Social Software in Academia

ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2004: Convenience, Connection, and Control

EQM0627 – Social Software in Academia

  • Educause Quarterly, Volume 2 – 2006 – post by edventures

ERM0513 – Social Software and the Future of Conferences Right Now (pdf)

  • Educause Review – January/February 2005 – post by edventures

ERM0552 – Father Google & Mother IM: Confessions of a Net Gen Learner (pdf)

  • Educause Review – September/October 2005 – post by edventures

Engage Me or Enrage Me: Educating Today’s Digital Native Learners

  • Engage Me or Enrage Me: Educating Today’s Digital Native Learners – post by edventures

The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2006

  • The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2006 – post by edventures

ERM0531 – The Space Between: Creating a Context for Learning

  • Educause Review – May/June 2005 – post by edventures

The Space Between: Creating a Context for Learning

  • The Space Between: Creating a Context for Learning – post by edventures

Emerging Learning Technologies: The 2006 Horizon Report

  • Emerging Learning Technologies: The 2006 Horizon Report – post by edventures

Getting Ready for the Net Generation Learner

  • Getting Ready for the Net Generation Learner – post by edventures

[tags]links, diigo [/tags]

3 thoughts on “Daily Links 01/16/2007

  1. Doh…

    I must’ve been on auto-pilot, thanks for the catch! Yup, http://edventures.pbwiki.com is the one all right.

    Glad to hear that the links were useful to you. Most of them seemed to be open, but if you run across any that require username access let me know would you? I had spent an hour linking them all through Diigo anad adding my comments but something happened to the connection, they never synchronized and I had to redo all the links! Grrr….. I think that one of those articles may have required an EDUCAUSE membership, if I find out which one I’ll let you know.

    John

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