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Testing Elluminate in DFLP

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So we used a trial version of Elluminate to talk online about the development of learning logs for the Designing for Flexible Learning Practice course. We talked about blogs, and other free and easy web based tools for creating and publishing content.

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Links to some of the things we talked about:
  1. Leigh's work blog - an example of a learning journal
  2. Gliffy diagrams tool - a free web based, and great fun tool for creating flow chart and mind map diagrams
  3. Metal Ed Blog - a new blog that will document a group of metal work teachers producing skills videos
  4. Cmaps - a free and open source desktop application for concept mapping
  5. Myomi - free and web based concept mapping
  6. Leigh's bloglines newsreader - where Leigh gets all his info from
  7. Networked Learning workshops - EDC workshops of these tools
  8. Youtube videos and screenrecordings - videos that demonstrate how to do stuff on the Internet
  9. Camstudio - free screen recording software
  10. Australian Flexible Learning Framework - good site to find resources
  11. Audacity - a free audio recorder
  12. Open Office - a free alternative to Microsoft Office
  13. Lulu - a way to produce printed and bound text books for free, and distribute for free, and receive royalties.
  14. Jybe - a free web tour tool

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