E-learning Networks

Various authors, EdNA, Sept 12, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

As the website says, "Twenty e-learning networks have been funded under the Networks Project and are now up and running! The e-learning focus of these networks varies across client groups, areas of discipline, type of registered training organisations (RTOs) and a range of technologies." I haven't actually joined any of these networks, so I can't vouch for them. But it is worth noting that they exist. The networks use EdNA groups and include Chats, Forums, Resources, and Scorms - yes, Scorms, that is, learning objects (first time I've seen it used as a noun like this - I tried to browse one but of course guests cannot browse).
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