Monday, December 03, 2007
Top Posts in 2007
Snow is falling general over Massachusetts. It's the kind of day here in New England when you turn inward and take stock of the past year. Me, I'd mostly like to take a nap.
Instead, I cracked open Google Analytics and pulled up my top 5 posts for the year (well, my top posts since September 1 when I started using Google Analytics):
The Real World, Second Life, and Facebook/MySpace: Over the summer, I conducted a series of interviews with over 20 current college students and recent graduates. All female. I noticed some interesting trends in real-world usage of all these applications. #1: No one had even heard of Second Life.
Getting Started in Instructional Design: in which I point to some useful resources for those just getting started in the field.
Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning: my review of Karl Kapp's recent book contribution to the training community.
Instructional Designers -- Do You Have a Degree in ID?: An ongoing survey of instructional designers.
Emerging Technologies in eLearning: Notes from a live blogged session with Gary Woodill of Brandon Hall Research.
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