23.3.09

22.3.09

un riferimento a "Pensare e comunicare"

Norberto Gonzáles Gaitano, Opinione Pubblica e Chiesa Cattolica, in José María La Porte (ed.), Introduzione alla Comunicazione Istituzionale della Chiesa, EDUSC, Roma 2009, p. 104: "[...] in un mondo sempre più complesso e con un sistema educativo sempre più frastagliato, che non tiene il passo - e non può tenerlo - con la moltiplicazione dei saperi specialistici, bisogna tornare ai cardini nell'educazione: ragionare con metodo e ordine (Logica), padroneggiare la lingua (Grammatica) ed esprimersi bene o comunicare il pensiero efficacemente (Retorica), insomma il vecchio Trivium [Cfr. L. Cantoni, N. Di Blas, S. Rubinelli e S. Tardini, Pensare e comunicare, Apogeo, Milano 2008]"

20.3.09

Bridging the Knowledge Divide. Educational Technology for Development

its arriving, with the chapter: Fostering Digital Literacy of Primary Teachers in Community Schools: The BET K–12 Experience in Salvador de Bahia, by Lorenzo Cantoni, Francesca Fanni, Isabella Rega, and Stefano Tardini >>>
the book is edited by Stewart Marshall (The University of the West Indies), Wanjira Kinuthia (Georgia State University), Wallace Taylor (The University of the West Indies)

19.3.09

City Treasure. Mobile Games for Learning Cultural Heritage

Museums and the Web 2009, a paper by Alessandro Inversini, Alessandra di Maria, & Luca Botturi (Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland) >>>

Portland, Oregon launches the first information visitor centre on Twitter

on NewMedia TrendWatch >>>

Epsilon Research Shows Strong Link Between Email Receipt and Choice of Travel Company

63% of Travel Email Recipients More Likely to Patronize Email Sender >>>

Social Learning Survey by Elliott Masie

very interesting >>>

8.3.09

e-Learning e Formação de Professores

intervengo - tra i promotori - a questo seminario >>> (programma in pdf)

When job seekers invade Facebook

on McKinsey Quarterly >>>

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

the new issue is now online >>>

1.3.09

Lexdis

LexDis is for those who are using or developing on-line learning materials. All the strategies have been provided by students who have first hand experience of e-learning. We have pulled together handy hints and tips on technologies you can use to make e-learning easier. Any technology that achieves this has been called an Assistive Technology >>>