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Thing 10 — Flow Charts and Mind Maps

December 2, 2008

As organizations look for new ways to collobarate across the room, campus, city, county and nation online colloboration tools have exploded on the scene.

One offshoot of online collaborative tools are the Mindmaps and Flowcharts.  These tools allow you to capture your ideas and keep them in one central location.

Please explore these and answer the discovery exercise question below in the comments.

The wiki article is here:  http://marylandlearning.pbwiki.com/FlowCharts+and+MindMaps

Thing 9 is ZamZar, a web based file conversion site

November 17, 2008

Check out the post for Thing 9  is:Your chocolate does not read your customer’s peanut butter?  Zamzar the file conversion website.

The Wiki Page describing it is here.

Please post your thoughts about Zamzar in the comments.  Enjoy!

Thing 8: Music to Your Ears: Radio, Last fm and Pandora

November 11, 2008

Thing 8 is: Music to Your Ears: Radio, Last fm and Pandora

The Wiki Page describing the thing is here:

Please post your thoughts about Music to your ears here in comments.  Enjoy!.

Thing 7 Slideshare

November 3, 2008

Please share your thoughts about Slideshare and how it could be used by you and your library system.

http://marylandlearning.pbwiki.com/SlideShare

Thanks.

We are at 30 comments about Thing 1 — Letter Pop

September 24, 2008

I continue to be amazed at the observations by the staff participating in Maryland Libraries Learning 2.1.

I hope that you continue to completely express your ideas about each thing in a paragraph or two.

A sentence or two as an entire response does not help to extend and deepen the conversation.   As a Learning 2.1 explorer you should do your best to answer all of the questions of the discovery exercises at with a little length and thought.

Keep up the GREAT work!

Maurice.

Welcome to the Maryland Libraries Learning 2.1 Blog

June 6, 2008

Welcome all those continuing the Learning 2.1 journey with us here in Maryland.   We (Jennifer and I) want this blog to be the place where you share your experiences with Learning 2.1 during your journey.   That way, you don’t have to create another place on the web that you may or may not continue after your journey.

The Learning 2.1 program is a continuation of the Learning 2.0 project that we did statewide in 2007.  This follow up program will take a slightly different approach to the different things to be explored.

Learning 2.1 Where to Comment

June 4, 2008

Below (where is says XX comments) is Jennifer’s explanation of how to find the permalink to the comments for a post.

We are using the comments section of this blog to provide a fourm to discuss each of the things and to provide some interation between learning 2.1 participants.