Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by over 200,000 people from around the globe. [more]
now the question is, what’s the (future) potential of such development in the internet for education *hmm*
read about second life off will r. ‘s blog post.
This webpage maintainde by John Larkin lists a number of useful resources for educators who would like to find out more about and to create podcasts. A list of ideas for educators trying out podcasting as a teaching and learning strategy is also available. And a guide to configure your microphone too !
Check it out 🙂
This guide would be useful if you intend to clean up your podcast files. The write up gives an overview of the types of noise, the strategies to remove those noise and a list of commercial software which you can use to clean up those files.
microsoft is building direct blogging from word feature into its next release of office. read this post for an introduction to the software by Joe Friend, a lead program manager. and if you are interested, can also checkout slashdot for the comments left by the folks.
CALL-EJ Online is a refereed professional journal on Computer-Assisted Language Learning and related fields. It is published biannually. It began publication in 1999 after CALL-EJ in Japan and On-Call in Australia joined together. CALL-EJ Online is now an international journal that welcomes contributions from around the world.
And the site contains a list to other CALL journals.