Monthly Archives: November 2005

20 Questions

“ is an experiment in artificial intelligence. The program is very simple but its behavior is complex. Everything that it knows and all questions that it asks were entered by people playing this game. is a learning system; the … Continue reading

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The asynchronous version of our presentation for the WiAOC can be found in the Dekita Article Section. Aaron Campbell presented the P2P concept, I dived into P2P Pedagogy and Technology in EFL/ESL while Rudolf Ammann explained how tagging activates … Continue reading

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Gluing all bits and pieces

SuprGlu gathers all your content from Flickr, Delicious, Blogger, Typad and social tools like 43 Things and Places… I have just collected all my stuff and organized it under Bee´s Web so I have it all at hand – practical … Continue reading

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Are you a similar mind?

While surfing on the net, trying to find a personality test for my classes I came across this one, which is quite interesting. It gives you 126 questions to answer and the results display a number of nouns and adjectives. … Continue reading

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Travelling through the web

Preparing my presentation for the WiAOC where I will be highlighting how we can use social networking tools like Flickr, 43Places and 43 Things in the EFL/ESL class in the framework of the Dekita P2P Exchange project. From EFL Geek: … Continue reading

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Blogging at Incorporated Subversion

Incorporated Subversion has just launched Learner Blogs, a free blogging service for K-12 schools. Together with Uniblogs for college and university students and Edublogs for educators, James Farmer (Australia) expands his empire 🙂 Do not miss Anne Bartlett-Bragg’s excellent paper … Continue reading

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