Special Issue: Zero Links from Zero Sources
I follow my links from time to time on Technorati
and I am surprised to find many quality blogs that have received no attention; as
Technorati says, "zero links from zero sources". This special issue is attempt to
redress that imbalance, to highlight some worthwhile blogs that are worth reading
and linking to.
By Stephen Downes
August 1, 2004
Mostly a focus on
business e-learning and sales training; the site includes a
link to the author's articles. Also looks at instructional
design. Moderate posting frequency. Since September, 2003.
By Rovy F. Branon, August 1, 2004
e e learning
principles, evaluation, future vision and knowledge
management. Infrequent posting. Since January, 2004. By
Dave, August 1, 2004
a journal of a researcher
of an NRC researcher working on XML, RDF and the semantic
web, with a focus on web services. Can get pretty
technical. Moderate frequency. By Yuhong Yan, August 1,
Research Pages of Stuart G.
Subtitles "A narrative of my research on
Educational Technology in Thailand," this blog looks at
metadata, educational technology and media, and related
topics. Moderate to frequent posting. Since November, 2003.
By Stuart G. Towns, August 1, 2004
enhance the profession of college teaching, this site culls
links to resources of links to collecge teachers, for
example, weekly tips, research tools, lists of bloggers.
Based in central Texas. By Mentor, August 1, 2004
As the name implies, a mostly
exclusive focus on libraries for distance learning, a topic
that includes posts on file servers and LMSs, online books,
open access and library instruction. Moderate to frequent
postings. Based in Calgary. Since May, 2004. By Paul R.
Pival, August 1, 2004
Prince Edward Island, Canada, this blog focuses on hardware
and especially music and digital photography. Moderate
frequency. Since June, 2004. By Sean Mcgrath, August 1,
A few posts in French but
mostly in English. Covers blogs in schools, classroom
resources, and professional development resources
generally. Moderateto frequent posts. Since September,
2003. By Jason, August 1, 2004
Covers connectivity and
technology for local and regional institutions, witha lsant
toward schools. Was posting almost daily until mid-June.
Since May, 2004. By Bernie Goldbach, August 1, 2004
Actually has 3 links, but the full
URL has 0. Covers instructional technology, schools and
blogging. Google thinks it's a political blog, which isn't
really accurate. Some good links not found elsewhere. Moderate
to frequent posting. By Kim Cavanaugh, August 1, 2004
I don't know how
Technorati considers this to be a 0 links blog, but somehow
it does. The author can also be found at Toucan House. Relevancy means "adapting
to the needs and wants of the people you interact with."
Moderate to frequent posts. Since April, 2004. By Lisa
Galarneau, August 1, 2004
Marasim -- Knowledge Relationships and
Longish quotes, summary and some
opinion about the semantic web and knowledge management.
Moderate to infrequent postings. Since June, 2004. By Ajay
Sethi, August 1, 2004 12:04 a.m.
Mid-size posts on
things like portfolios, storytelling and accreditation.
Infrequent posts, but picking up a bit recently. Since
August, 2003. By Spaeth, July 31, 2004
The Art of Knowledge
throws searches into Google just to see what they get has
the right attitude in my books. Longish posts on e-learning
and knowledge management with summary and response.
Additional blog, I Kant Spell, has a couple of links.
Since July, 2003. By Bret Holmes, July 31, 2004
Yan know what?
One of the better
finds in this list, Yan's blog has no business being in
this list. Looks at some of the more thoughtful pieces on
the semantic web and knowledge management and offers
thoughtful reflections. Moderate frequency. Since March,
2004. By Yan Simard, July 31, 2004
Paul's Academic Log
Quite new and
hasn't really estyablished a voice. Links on search service
for archived Canadian scholarship, Atutoir, Canada and
copyright. Based in Virginia. By Paul, July 31, 2004
E-learning from the
Covers RSS, blogs, FURL, open source.
Also picks out major reports and papers on e-learning. Good
selection. Moderate frequency. Since December, 2003. By
Travis Christopher, July 31, 2004
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