Learning on Twitter

Some of the things I learned on Twitter this past week.

“Research is what I’m doing when I don’t know what I’m doing.” ~ Werner Von Braun; via @LDguyMN

via @just4you & @jalam1001 – Video: Introduction to the semantic web 3.0

@jalam1001 : “Semantic web will always remain domain dependent niche; instead linked data and data moving and getting recombined again and again”

Adults can learn from 7th grader how a personal learning environment works; via @minutrition Interesting user interface: Symbaloo

Learning through Games:

World without Oil – play it before you live it; via @wesunruh
Superstruct: massively multiplayer forecasting game & Evoke: a 10 week crash course in changing the world; via @moehlert

2 Responses to “Learning on Twitter”

  1. Paul McConaughy (minutrition)

    I’m glad to see the “personal learning environment” of the 7th grader made your list. I hope that wasn’t too unique and that lots of kids are learning to do that.

    I could also see why she was using Symbaloo. I’m really intrigued by it. I’ve been working with it a bit and keep migrating back to it.

    • Harold Jarche

      Her narration describes the future of education, IMO. Thanks for the link. I noticed that Stephen Downes’ OLDaily picked it up as well. I have yet to put Symbaloo through its paces.


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