Embedded Media HTML Generator
Embedded Media HTML Generator
Asterpix enables users to easily create hypervideos and share them through websites, blogs and email. Analogous to hypertext, hypervideo provides an interactive experience by allowing viewers to select objects of interest to get more information or navigate the video.Asterpix
Welcome to CollegeBrain.net CollegeBrain.net is a free web-based Course Management Service (CMS). Our service enables instructors to manage their courses online and provides students with collaborative tools to interact with their classmates. Users with courses at multiple schools can manage their information from a single account. Your data is protected and will never be deleted unless requested, and user support is absolutely free. Expand beyond the classroom and enjoy the time-saving benefits of online course management. New Students and Instructors, select your account type to sign up today. Sign Up Instructors & Students from many institutions are already using CollegeBrain.net to manage their courses online, including: University of California, Santa Barbara • San Jose State University • De Anza College • City College of San Francisco • Santa Rosa Junior College • University of California, Los Angeles • California State University, Fullerton For a complete list click here
Free online course management system gives educators another option Primary Topic Channel: CollegeBrain.net is a free, web-based course management system that enables instructors to manage their courses online and gives students access to collaborative tools. The site lets instructors build courses, manage students, collect and grade assignments, post announcements, manage discussion forums, and keep in contact with colleagues. All courses that are created and materials that are uploaded are permanently stored on CollegeBrain.net, unless deleted by the creator, according to the service. This allows information to be referenced and used at any time. Instructors can change the viewing access rights for each document, allowing them to share materials with everyone, with peers only, or keep materials private.
Stages of PLN adoption David Warlick wrote a post the other day about being able to zip up or turn off your Personal Learning Network (PLN). I too have been thinking about how one goes about starting a PLN, how do you monitor it, and how do you learn to shut it off. We all continue to push teachers to start PLNs if they haven't already. I have noticed an emerging trend of what one goes through when adopting a PLN for the first time. I myself continue to look at the stages I am going through in adopting this new way of learning, interacting, and teaching in a collaborative, connected world. As I have helped others start their PLNs I have found that many of them go through these same stages. I am still trying to wrap my head around this but for now here's what I see as emerging stages of PLN adoption.