Monthly Archives: November 2010

So, you want to set up an online degree program…

Setting up an online degree program? Just remember these keys to success: 1. Pay no attention whatsoever to programs that have been successful over the long term. They learned from their mistakes, and by golly you should have the same … Continue reading

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Media Grid : News : CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS : Immersive Education Initiative 2011 Boston iED Summit

Members of the global academic community are invited to submit abstracts for refereed papers, posters, workshops, panels, general presentations, demos, and outliers (novel late-breaking research and technology). Abstracts for refereed papers deadline: December 13, 2010. Abstracts for presentations, posters, panels … Continue reading

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iED: “Create Once, Experience Everywhere” 3D/VR Format Unveiled for Immersive Education

So we’ll be able to migrate OpenSim content to (e.g.) Open Wonderland? This is full of awesome. Sign me up. iED: “Create Once, Experience Everywhere” 3D/VR Format Unveiled for Immersive Education. The Immersive Education Initiative today unveiled iED 3D/VR™, the … Continue reading

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Why you shouldn’t use Microsoft Word to write posts for the web

What you write in Word: Hello, world.   What gets pasted into Moodle (or other web application): <meta content=”text/html; charset=utf-8″ http-equiv=”Content-Type” /><meta content=”Word.Document” name=”ProgId” /><meta content=”Microsoft Word 12″ name=”Generator” /><meta content=”Microsoft Word 12″ name=”Originator” /><link href=”file:///C:\Users\hursh\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_filelist.xml” rel=”File-List” /><link href=”file:///C:\Users\hursh\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_themedata.thmx” rel=”themeData” … Continue reading

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