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System of examination010:59, 22 October 2014
Web 2.0 in Teaching and Learning702:10, 18 September 2014
Malawi After 50 Years...Let's List down our Successes009:09, 3 September 2014
Web 2.0007:25, 3 September 2014
Web 2.0 for development113:57, 12 June 2014
Library use in government ministries113:55, 12 June 2014
Practice Page - Web 2.0109:10, 10 June 2014
Classification scheme109:10, 10 June 2014
Importance of school libraries209:06, 10 June 2014
WEB 2.0 AND SOCIAL MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT009:06, 10 June 2014
Web 2.0 for farmers009:03, 10 June 2014
Block 7009:01, 10 June 2014
Animal nutrition008:52, 10 June 2014
Web 2.0 Training008:42, 10 June 2014
Web 2.0 Training008:36, 10 June 2014
Successful local poultry rearing proceedure009:14, 13 May 2014
Could me make a link to the content more prominant?104:06, 6 May 2014
Interactive functions for etextbooks -- teacher wish list and ensuring cross platform functionality012:50, 18 July 2013
Web 2.0 for Development: The Kenyan Case709:53, 11 June 2013
Web 2,0 for Development009:45, 11 June 2013
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System of examination

Do we curtailing students passion towards subject by conducting exams on it...... NOTE:IS FOR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT WANT TO STUDY THEORY SORTS OF THING.

Amaresh8285 (talk)10:59, 22 October 2014

Web 2.0 in Teaching and Learning

Hi all,

What are your views and suggestions on using the web 2.0 for academic purposes at PNG University of Technology?

Its an open discussions portal and you can suggest better solutions to the advantages and disadvantages towards this.

Thank you.

Decka David

Decka (talk)01:13, 18 September 2014

Advantage - My first time to be introduce to Wikieducator interesting to learn about.

Advantage - Would you be able to run it for a week would be better.

Lucasmarilyn140 (talk)01:19, 18 September 2014
 

Teaching and learning must go beyond the four walls of the classroom. Twenty first century education must integrate all effective approaches and strategies to learning with the end view of providing the learner the needed tools to become productive global citizens. To this end, hybrid education will include both synchronous and asynchronous methodologies, that is, both face-to-face interaction between the teacher and the student and the use of the information highway that offers endless options using search engines on the web like wikipedia and various Web 2.0 platforms (can be downloaded) as software)available like WordPress, Dropbox and MyDrive.

Edd Banzon (talk)01:28, 18 September 2014
 

Teaching and learning must go beyond the four walls of the classroom. Twenty first century education must integrate all effective approaches and strategies to learning with the end view of providing the learner the needed tools to become productive global citizens. To this end, hybrid education will include both synchronous and asynchronous methodologies, that is, both face-to-face interaction between the teacher and the student and the use of the information highway that offers endless options using search engines on the web like wikipedia and various Web 2.0 platforms (can be downloaded) as software)available like WordPress, Dropbox and MyDrive.

Edd Banzon (talk)01:28, 18 September 2014
 

I suggest we should be using the web 2.0 as we are advancing towards the Computer world. PNG Unitech as the Technological University in the South Pacific and the only Technological University in the country we should be using web 2.0. However every development come with packages which one cannot deny that fact.

The good side of it is that; 1. Technology is improving 2. Be part of the international Community 3. Saves time and cost effective 4. Paper less

The Bad side of it is that:

1. Makes students lazy 2. Weakens students minds 3. Loss of business opportunity 4. Hacking of personal documents

This is what I think.

Wale Budda Molumi (talk)01:29, 18 September 2014
 

Hooray, M in the discussion group

Awakana (talk)01:29, 18 September 2014
 

The first think we should do is make sure that all people/staff members to be involved in discussions, are invited and have access to the portal available to enter the different points of view. Otherwise there may be points of view not considered. So, should somehow make everybody take training on the use of this software tool.

Rsoto (talk)01:29, 18 September 2014
 

Hi Decka,

Web 2.0 is a very useful tool for teaching and learning, it only requires consistent use to master the technology. I would recommend this to every staff in Unitech specially for the academics.

The disadvantage that I see is the internet connections of the University. We need to make sure the reliability of the network, otherwise the services of Web 2.0 tools will not be as effective as is expected.

Thank you for the training.

Mbetasolo (talk)02:10, 18 September 2014
 

Malawi After 50 Years...Let's List down our Successes

A thread, Thread:Talk:Main Page/Malawi After 50 Years...Let's List down our Successes, was moved from here to Talk:Malawi. This move was made by JimTittsler (Talk | contribs) on 3 September 2014 at 09:09.

Are u guys findin this trainin useful?

Roynkosi (talk)07:25, 3 September 2014

Web 2.0 for development

we learned that web 2.0 uses social media tools like; blogs, wikis, tags, feeds and mash-ups to share information globally while sitting at the comfort of our homes.

BENEFITS OF WEB 2.0

1. Income generation 2. Wider outreach 3. Up-to-date information

CONCERNS OF WEB 2.0

1. Copyright issues 2. There is no privacy 3. Quality of data is not assured

Setlankie (talk)08:51, 10 June 2014

Library use in government ministries

What are the strategies to make leaners come to the library

Subscribe to journals Buy magazines

Nkhangwenimahwa (talk)08:27, 19 April 2011

Practice Page - Web 2.0

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Last edit: 09:08, 10 June 2014

I have learnt that Web 2.0 makes it very easy to manage and share information with your colleagues. I have also learnt various ways of finding information on internet with very little hassle. We also learnt how other countries are using the Web 2.0 to improve information sharing and improve agricultural productivity.

Web 2.0 is very applicable to our situation especially that we have a good good internet infrastructure.

BENEFITS OF WEB 2.0

1. Income generation 2. wider outreach 3. up-to-date information

CONCERNS OF WEB 2.0

1. Copyright issues 2. there is no privacy 3. quality of information is not assured

Ndjoraa (talk)08:55, 10 June 2014

POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS (TO CONCERNS)

1. Training on ICT tools 2. Government funding

Dizzyha (talk)09:10, 10 June 2014
 

Classification scheme

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Last edit: 09:10, 10 June 2014

Arranges records of an organisation alpha numerical Vital records to be selected and stored somewhere where it is safe All RM officers to sign oath of secrecy. Records must be stored in a safe space,there must be a service counter,mobile aisle storage

Tjinono kapeko (talk)08:50, 10 June 2014

thanx, we did not know.

Setlankie (talk)08:58, 10 June 2014
 

Importance of school libraries

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Last edit: 06:52, 14 November 2012

What is the role or importance of the school library in learners achievements. It is very important for learners because school libraries is helping them to learn reading

Carmi (talk)07:48, 25 February 2011

Provide school libraries with computers

Provide libraries with aircons during summer

Tjinono kapeko (talk)09:06, 10 June 2014
 

WEB 2.0 AND SOCIAL MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT

The web 2.0 training was held at the Botswana College of Agriculture from the 9-13 June 2014.The objective of the training was to impart skills to attendants on the different topics under Web 2.0.the tools and how it can be used for communication,collaboration,networking,receiving and sharing information with each other.

The following topics were discussed: Introduction to Web 2.0 and social media Finding information on the internet-google advanced search Creating alerts and RSS Social bookmarking.

This training will be very helpful to access,disseminate and share information with each other and stakehloders.

Keneilwe

--WABO1977 09:06, 10 June 2014 (UTC)

WABO1977 (talk)08:52, 10 June 2014

Web 2.0 for farmers

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Last edit: 09:03, 10 June 2014
Applying Web 2.0 to the rural farming community

What we need to do

Farmers and Officers collaborate
Officers Farmers
List all your farmers Farmer's Association to call meeting


All farmers to be registered with their respective associations to be eligible for this training. It is going to cost government a lot of money to register.For further inquiries contact 712222222 or 76555555 thank you.

Hlanganani Gilika (talk)08:44, 10 June 2014

Delicious, GMail.

Anthony Dingalo (talk)08:51, 10 June 2014

Animal nutrition

The macronutrients (excluding fiber and water) provide structural material (amino acids from which proteins are built, and lipids from which cell membranes and some signaling molecules are built) and energy. Some of the structural material can be used to generate energy internally, and in either case it is measured in joules or calories (sometimes called "kilocalories" and on other rare occasions written with a capital C to distinguish them from little 'c' calories). Carbohydrates and proteins provide 17 kJ approximately (4 kcal) of energy per gram, while fats provide 37 kJ (9 kcal) per gram.,[1] though the net energy from either depends on such factors as absorption and digestive effort, which vary substantially from instance to instance. Vitamins, minerals, fiber, and water do not provide energy, but are required for other reasons. A third class dietary material, fiber (i.e., non-digestible material such as cellulose), seems also to be required, for both mechanical and biochemical reasons, though the exact reasons remain unclear.

Molecules of carbohydrates and fats consist of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. Carbohydrates range from simple monosaccharides (glucose, fructose, galactose) to complex polysaccharides (starch). Fats are triglycerides, made of assorted fatty acid monomers bound to glycerol backbone. Some fatty acids, but not all, are essential in the diet: they cannot be synthesized in the body. Protein molecules contain nitrogen atoms in addition to carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. The fundamental components of protein are nitrogen-containing amino acids, some of which are essential in the sense that humans cannot make them internally. Some of the amino acids are convertible (with the expenditure of energy) to glucose and can be used for energy production just as ordinary glucose. By breaking down existing protein, some glucose can be produced internally; the remaining amino acids are discarded, primarily as urea in urine. This occurs normally only during prolonged starvation.

Thuto Tshweneyagae (talk)08:52, 10 June 2014

Web 2.0 Training

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Last edit: 08:42, 10 June 2014

Google search Google advanced search Wiki educator Specific web search

Njala Phumaphi (talk)08:35, 10 June 2014

Web 2.0 Training

'Day 1 discussions'

Headline text[edit | edit source]

Google search Google advanced search

Njala Phumaphi (talk)08:36, 10 June 2014

Successful local poultry rearing proceedure

i think the best way to do this is by giving the birds space to range a round the compound. they need free space for looking for their own warms and some feed stuff.

Migendaalex (talk)09:14, 13 May 2014

Could me make a link to the content more prominant?

If you put yourself in the position of someone new to WikiEducator looking for content, it is nearly impossible to find.

in the

Welcome to WikiEducator


About     Using WikiEducator     FAQs    OERu    OER Foundation     OERu planning


I think we should add a link to the content page http://wikieducator.org/Content Cheers Michael

Mverhaart (talk)03:32, 6 May 2014

The Content page has not benefitted from proper curation for years. The best way to find content on WikiEducator is through the Category system, but explaining to a newcomer how to use the Category pages is tricky.

JimTittsler (talk)04:06, 6 May 2014
 

Interactive functions for etextbooks -- teacher wish list and ensuring cross platform functionality

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Last edit: 12:50, 18 July 2013

Open Source Text Canada (OSTC) is a new foundation seeking to create Open Source versions of K-12 Canadian curricula.

Even before Apple launched iBooks textbooks for iPad and raised the bar, teachers were telling us that they wanted ways to engage their students and at the same time leverage etextbooks to help them manage the workload of testing and assignments.

OSTC is seeking the broadest possible platform at the least expense for the electronic versions of texts which appears to be the EPUBReader plugin for Mozilla's Firefox with javascripts running within an EPUB. This platform provides MathML, MusicML through free plugins, and superior conformity to HTML5 and CSS3.

So we are seeking input from the broader education community on in-book apps, how testing might work, the roles and ratios of written sections versus multiple choice, innovative ideas for assignments to encourage students to read a section and submit a review, and any other idea you might be willing to share.

The resulting ideas will move on to programmers (either hired or volunteers) and made available under the Creative Commons Canada licence.

Looking forward to your responses,

Glenn Ross CEO, Open Source Text Canada

GERoss (talk)15:22, 31 March 2012

Web 2.0 for Development: The Kenyan Case

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Last edit: 09:38, 11 June 2013

Kenyans are now embracing new technologies in their pursuit for better knowledge management. Let us comment on it ...

Musax (talk)09:34, 11 June 2013

Are guys contributing? Hebu tusikie ...

Harrison Bii (talk)09:40, 11 June 2013
 

Airc fraternity first off the block

Wainaina (talk)09:40, 11 June 2013
 

web 2.0  in Kenya is the next big thing and everybody needs it

Gichukilucy (talk)09:40, 11 June 2013
 

the way to succeed in todays world is through technology and keeping up with the pace since technology is changing very fast

Beshmelane (talk)09:41, 11 June 2013
 

Have you guys heard about cloud printing. you can find it at google print.... Use your mobile, or computer at home to print remotely to your secretary computer. you dont need printer drivers etc.

Ronosteve (talk)09:42, 11 June 2013

show me show me show me

Catherine wankio (talk)09:53, 11 June 2013
 

We are having fun as a Ministry learning the  the Web 2.0 ways of handling information courtesy of CTA and Moi University.

Thank you!

Graceagili (talk)09:44, 11 June 2013
 

Web 2,0 for Development

e-extension requires extension all workers to have knowledge of Web 2.0 for succesful implimentation

HellenAchienge (talk)09:35, 11 June 2013
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