Home > Best resource sharing blog Best resource sharing blog -by- James Farmer last updated - Nov 21, 2012 15 Comments: jump to comments Follow Edublogs Facebook Twitter YouTube Flipboard Nominate your choice for best resource sharing blog. 15 Comments Ray Schroeder, Online Learning Update http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/onlinelearning/blogger.html Josie Fraser / Nov 23, 2004 / Stephen Downes, OLDaily http://www.downes.ca/news/OLDaily.htm Scott Leslie / Nov 23, 2004 / Palimpsest: “a group-authored blog about teaching language and literature. good stuff, free.” George Williams / Nov 24, 2004 / Er, that URL should be http://www.palimpsest.info George Williams / Nov 24, 2004 / *sigh* or it’s longer version http://www.chlt.org/~gwilliams/teaching/ George Williams / Nov 24, 2004 / The collection of resources available on the Teaching and Developing Online blog grow on a daily basis and is starting to become a repository of resources. http://careo.elearning.ubc.ca/weblogs/vschools/ Darren Cannell / Nov 24, 2004 / Elearnspace http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/ James / Nov 24, 2004 / Kirsty Sharp’s collection of writing and resources during her year as an Australian Flexible Learning Leader. Robin / Nov 28, 2004 / ResourceBlog – http://resourceblog.com This site contains a collection of tips, techniques, and tutorials culled from some of the better web development and programming resources in the Web Universe. This is not simply a “link farm” – you will find the references here to be highly focused. Randy Brown / Nov 29, 2004 / blog.bioethics.net is the first blog by the editors of a major scholarly journal, in this case The American Journal of Bioethics. The bloggers are faculty at Penn, who run the journal from there and Stanford. It is only a couple of months old but is great – I use it in my class and in my research, and it was all anyone talked about at the last big bioethics meeting (which is pretty impressive, given that bioethics is now the fastest growing area in medicine!). I like it. If you guys do then please include it in the vote! Monica Cindra / Nov 29, 2004 / The bioethics site you mention is actually at http://blog.bioethics.net; that is not just its name. d David Markson / Nov 29, 2004 / The CBB Plagarism Project blog at Colby/Bates/Bowdoin is a nice example of very tightly-focused resource sharing around a single topic. Good blogging enhances the other multimedia and informational resources the CBB project provides. Eric Behrens (EB) / Nov 30, 2004 / No.2 Pencil, joannejacobs.com and ZeroIntelligence. These sites concentrate on news and commentary about education. Jim / Nov 30, 2004 / Oops. Forgot Education News. Jim / Nov 30, 2004 / OLDaily without any questions 🙂 Lilia / Dec 3, 2004 / Comments are closed.