Archives For Personal Learning Network

educlipper eduClipper is a new “Pinterest” type of Web 2.0 tool that allows educators to collect content in a visual format and share it with other educators or even their students. The idea behind eduClipper is that teachers can have a resource that only pertains to educational resources and sites and not have to worry about some of the other “visual distractions” that can appear if they were using Pinterest. Continue Reading…

udemyWhile reading through my Twitter feed (hashtag #MOOC), I found a tweet about a website called Udemy. I had never heard of this site so naturally I wanted to check it out. An area of interest to me is continuing education and developing a PLN in which one can learn in a more informal setting. After signing up and reading through a ton of pages on their site, I see great value in what this site has to offer. Continue Reading…

Personal Learning Network?  What in the world is that? That is exactly what I said the first time I saw this term or PLN. As I began a research project for a class I was taking, I began to see research articles mentioning this new term. All of these educated people with Doctoral Degrees and years of experience in the field were telling their readers to “Go Out and Build A PLN!”.  Continue Reading…