November 06, 2005
Learning Technology BlogOne of my colleagues at Harvard Business School has started a new Weblog to explore the uses of blogging for instruction and collaboration. Denis Saulnier's Learning Technology weblog is the kernel of a great Learning Technology resource.
Speaking of which - this weblog has been dormant for a time as I've been flat-out with other work. I spent a good part of the day upgrading Movable Type from 2.6 to 3.2 and upgrading my templates and blog configuration as well. MT 3.2 is a vast improvement, with nestable template modules that work kind of like Server Side Includes and lots of new plugins.
The last few months I have been consumed with explorations in Podcasting, Video Podcasting, authenticated iTunes feeds, tools and APIs built upon Google's Map API, an Endeca-style guided navigation application driven entirely client-side (and with an Excel document as its data source!), Movable Type vs. the impressive but less-entrenched Expression Engine, educational simulations and games...Stay tuned for details about all of these...
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference 'Learning Technology Blog' from learningAPI.com: Media and Learning Technology - Larry Bouthillier.