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Marshall's Web Tool Blog

Training and Consulting in New Tools for Effective Web Use

This site is an archive of posts that I hope you will find useful. Please visit my new site at Marshallk.com.

Networked Learning: New Presentation Tools

The Networked Learning Wiki is a great example of using new tools to flesh out a conference about new tools themselves. Created for a presentation titled Cool Results: Engaging Clients in E-learning, this wiki describes and gives examples of a large list of Web2.0 tools. The presentation itself is available as an audio file and the conversation now continues on the wiki. It's a good overview of the field and a nice looking wiki. I think readers of this site will enjoy checking it out.

Just about any presentation could be given greater depth, longevity and thus impact by working with an associated body of web based tools like this. Judging by the "history" button, participation post-presentation hasn't been huge so far, but things are set up great to foster participation indefinitely. Even if there aren't large numbers of people making changes to the wiki, the possibility of long tail value is certainly there (this blog entry, for example.) As users become more familiar with companion online resources, Web2.0 tools, etc. resources like the Networked Learning Wiki will become increasingly utilized.

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