Bookmarks auf Diigo 06/16/2011
Welcome to the Pattern Language Network (Main.WebHome) – XWiki
This site is an archive of the work from the Planet project. It also supports the design pattern work carried out across related design pattern projects using the particpatory pattern workshop methodology.
Planet (Pattern Language Network) is a multi-institutional project funded under the JISC Users and Innovation Programme.
This site will host the system developed by the project to support a community of HE practitioners, who are using Web 2.0 in assessment, learning and teaching, to capture and share their examples of good practice as patterns. This system will include a collaborative software tool, clear processes for capturing and using patterns and a growing pattern language which provides reusable knowledge about how to use Web 2.0 technology in learning, drawn from examples of success.
The pattern language, software and methodologies will be developed iteratively through engagement with the HE community of practitioners who are using Web 2.0 technologies in learning. It is this extensive community engagement in all aspects of the pattern language development, together with the integrated support tools and processes, which particularly distinguishes this project from other pedagogical patterns projects.
A Pattern Language for Pattern Writing
As the patterns community has accumulated experience in writing and reviewing patterns and pattern languages, we have begun to develop insight into pattern-writing techniques and approaches that have been observed to be particularly effective at addressing certain recurring problems. This pattern language attempts to capture some of these “best practices” of pattern writing, both by describing them in pattern form, and by demonstrating them in action. As such, this pattern language is its own Running Example.
“Tools for delivering live meetings, screen sharing and accessing/ building virtual worlds”
The Best Virtual Classroom for Live, Online Teaching – WizIQ
LEARNTUBE! :: Home
“Viele Bildungseinrichtungen, Trainingsanbieter und Beratungsunternehmen nutzen heute bereits die Möglichkeiten der internetgestützten Lehre – Mithilfe von Open Source Programmen – also Software, die lizenzkostenfrei verwendet werden kann. Freie E-Learning Software bietet attraktive Optionen und schont Ihr Budget.
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