I had a look at this. I am amazed at how much in the form of statistics and analysis you can do with the help of computers these days! What a great device to be able to see where and how often something has been published! The only shortcoming I found was it took a … Continue reading Thing 19: Altmetrics
A very big THANK YOU for putting the 23 Things course together! It has been very enjoyable to learn new things that I didn’t know before! Looking back at my objectives which were to discover and develop my technical as well as social skills, I feel that these have well and truly been met. I … Continue reading Thing 23: Reflection
I’ve been in to the National Museum of Scotland’s games and the Nobel Prize games. The NMS was interesting I played the what primate are you and it said I was a Granny Betty, an outgoing orangutan. This was an interesting game with the series of questions, but didn’t really grab me fully. It’s one … Continue reading Thing 21: Online Games and Learning
LinkedIn is definitely a platform that could help my professional career. Whereas Academia.edu/ResearchGate are not something I would consider unless I became an academic.
I’m sure when photography was invented and created back in the 1800’s people thought what is this? What is it doing to our world? This is what I’m thinking about augmented and virtual reality? How far does it go? I’ve never been involved with the Sims game online and creating your own virtual world. So … Continue reading Thing 18: Augmented and Virtual Reality
I’ve read the links to this Thing and like what the features can do! I’ll probably go back to this at some stage in the future! I do love a good treasure hunt!
Above link to a Tumblr site I came across when searching for Finance and Accounting!
Having read through the literature on OER’s, I have a greater understanding of what this means and the purpose of it. Working in Finance, I agree with Melissa Highton’s blog about the technical debt for OER. There is a lot of technical capital, in whatever shape or form, that needs to be considered in today’s … Continue reading Thing 12 -Open Educational Resources (OERs)
There are also evil women. I didn’t go looking for them either. This is what I type: “a-r-e w-o-m-e-n”. And Google offers me just two choices, the first of which is: “Are women evil?” I press return. Yes, they are. Every one of the 10 results “confirms” that they are, including the top one, from […]
It is now Week Eight of 23 things and the topic is Digital Curation, OneNote and ClassNote Thing 15 is tumblr. I’ve been using tumblr for a few years now for all sorts of different projects, but I though I’d skip by that to the next thing, OneNote. Try using OneNote on your pc/laptop/device. Create […]
The weeks are flying by. I was hoping to backtrack on a few things this week but Week Six. Copyright, OERs and Creative Commons – 23 Things popped into my inbox and thing 11 is quite timely. Here and there I’ve blogged here about copyright quite a bit, but it is a constantly interesting subject. […]
I’ve read the material about Wikimedia. There are a lot of projects that they want to accomplish. It’s great you can sign up to get involved.