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http://www.uopeople.org/ Who knew grammer could be fun?!
http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/1269041-Basic-grammar-made-easy Interested in human anatomy?
http://www.amazon.com/Interactive-Human-Multimedia-Learning-Adventure/dp/B000ZSW1Y0/ref=sr_1_5?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1364261247&sr=1-5&keywords=Adult+learning. Distractions Shopping! news Yikes! Cognitive overload Web 2.0 tools present so many fun and
flexible delivery options, it may be tempting
for an author to use all of them.
Text box and slide transitions must
be such to give the reader adequate
time to digest. What we must understand about Web 2.0 tools... Instructor familiarity What we must understand about Web 2.0 tools... It is a journey of continuous improvement The instructor must be able to role model fluency in the tool. Use, don't abuse the tool! As the instructor and students work with the tool, both they and the tool will likely evolve.
The tool will be improved and upgraded and even replaced with competitors.
The learners will become more confident and adventurous. How can I move forward in evaluating and using Web 2.0 tools? The water is fine; jump in! Try beginner projects. Use the tool's help feature. Attend workshops Find help. Network with peers. Practice, practice, practice Fun learning science!
http://www.nobelprize.org/educational/ REFERENCES https://umdrive.memphis.edu/lwolf/7078%2C%20spring%2013/Bibliography%20References.doc SPORTS movies & tv