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This site contains education and training related special features. This is a major interest area for Ndarala professionals whether as educators and trainers or in providing advice to the sector.
In addition to their client work, our professional also participate actively in discussions, especially on-line, on professional matters. In this context, selective links with comments follow on some sites that we have found to be of special interest. There is a focus on blogs because increasingly this the way in which experts, and many not so expert (there are over 51 million blogs world wide), make their views available. We use selected blogs as a way of keeping in touch as well as debating issues that happen to interest us.
Blogs dealing with e-learning and the on-line world include:
Moving from training specific blogs, Academia online by Andrew Leigh is the simplest explanation we know as to the potential importance of the e-world to individual academics. Richard MacManus's Read/WriteWeb is an excellent blog on next generation web and media containing a range of useful material and comments.
Turning now to blogs as such, there was an interesting debate on Learning Circuits about the role of blogs as a knowledge management tool, in the development of communities of practice and as a training related communications device. Mobile Blogs, Personal Reflections and Learning Environments by Paul Trafford is an interesting article looking at the role of blogs in higher education from a UK perspective.
Other education and training related articles on this site include:
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