It’s kind of interesting (and kind of good) that a new blog, devoted to college distance learning, is interested in the philosophy of Library 2.0. Check out Jessica Merritt’s list of 100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars and Tutorials
on College@Home blog.
The long list of things in yesterday’s post includes something for everyone–school, public, and academic. I’ve already discovered a few new tricks for upcoming professional development workshops and there’s lots more to explore.
It appears that the blog’s been around for just a month. Interesting previous posts include:
- 40+ Most Useful Mashups for College Students
- 50+ Ways to Greenify Your Classroom and Campus
- 57 Time-Management Hacks for College Students
- Open CourseWare for Linux Geeks: 50+ Resources
Though not as rich as the OER Commons, the collected curricula on the Open Courseware page offer a fascinating variety of courses and course materials (including game art design, advertising, reading and literacy, and law enforcement) and may be of particular interest to teachers and high school students. Another page offers reviews of
online degree programs.