Notes from my Wikineighbours
Last edit: 04:16, 26 June 2009
Latest note at the top of this list, please
- Hi, Phil. I have watched Nellie for the past year as she has traveled through our virtual world finding new technology, diving in and using it. She shares her resources. As she shares she continues learning. To me, this is what educational resources look like in an open authoring arena. It takes courage. I have dipped my big toe into the sea...soon I may just jump in. :-) --bruna ori
- Thanks Phil, for looking at my page. I am in a bit of hibernating mode due to some preoccupations. I aim to gear up soon. Your page is extremely organised with subpages and links. That's something I was looking for. Is there a way to collapse picture gallery and open it when needed?- Regards. Shalinee Bhardwaj 13:49, 21 June 2009
- Thank you Phil, for your compliment. You will realize that I have changed the background, I hope it is not to the colour you may feel like you hate. I have looked at your user page, your background is quite interesting to me; we will discuss more when I get time. Cheers. Phaello Ntsonyane 18:09, 31 March 2009
- oops!I forgot the signature... there it goes! --Crisvasal 10:39, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
- Hi Phil! Hope you are well!
- Hi Phil, this is just to show you that I (Nellie Deutsch) am in and I have fixed your signature --Phil Bartle 23:05, 30 March 2009 (UTC) Just click on the 10th icon on the top tab.
- Hi Phil! I am very pleased to meet you! thank you for your kind proposition to help, we have common interests, we might find a way and I'd be also glad to help!
- Hi Phil,, I'm still learning the art of moderating online discussion. I'll gladly do my best. Hope Nellie has enough time to help us, she is a very busy person but very generous as well. Gladys Gahona--chela5808 17:48, 24 March 2009 (UTC)
- Great page! As I am interested in conducting a social network analysis as part of my dissertation, I definitely will be looking over your wonderful information you provide in these pages. - Benjamin 08:27, 24 March 2009 (-6 UTC)
- Note: An absolutely delightful read everithing you put inside or outside. Thank you for being inside. :) Gladys G.--chela5808 13:58, 12 March 2009 (UTC)
- Hi Phil, you are right i was actually looking for somthing in blue but couldn't got it.but i think even this one is looking quite soothing to eyes.I am really honoured to a have a fellow participant like you in the workshop,Regards--Anubha Das27 Feb,2009
- Hi Phil, so it was you who made the page so lively,thx a lot for this wonderful thing you have done to the page,i had this impression that Gladys did it for me, i am sorry for that. Please teach me how to do this colour change.you have given the suggestions there but it wasn't clear to me, can u explain it a little bit?Regards--Anubha Das27 Feb,2009
- Hi Phill, please see your Talk page. I've got a small present for you. Hope you like it.Gladys G.--chela5808 15:40, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
- Dear Phil, it's not going well at all! I have completed up to Tutorial 9, but still can't find the time to finish tutorial 10...I am too much behind with my other work, and I have to do some training as from next week, I'll be out of office then for at least 3 weeks....Oh, and when I look at your page, I get so intimidated! But you know what ...? The mere fact that you still ask about me, has meant a lot for me. I still have hope for me to complete all these tasks one day... Maybe I should even think about doing this training for a second time, what do you think? Thanks again a million for your support, you can never imagine how much it means to me. Have a blessed day!Alewin 06:37, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
- Valerie suggested that we launch an on line confrence, and that is the outline I put together. You can add or subract anything you want on that outline - I would be so happy if you did - and when we are satisfied with it, we launch an on line conference, and on the basis of what we learn from that, start a course together. --Philbartle 03:18, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
- Note: Bravo Phil!. I really enjoyed hearing you today at the online session. Congratulations.--chela5808 01:19, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
- Hi, Phil, thank your for the offer. I would be honored to have you join the next course. --Nellie Deutsch 00:28, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
- Note: Congratulations, Phil, you have made the WikiBuddy status. This doesn't really happen to often in the first attempt. Warmest --Patricia 16:48, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
- yes! Phil it would be wonderful if we collaborate. May be I could link your page of the case studies that I intended to include in my project. Although have started writing about one case study from India. Yours could be a first hand study. Jyoti
- Welcome to Wiki, Phil. Of course, you have already been doing a lot of this kind of online work on your own site. Wiki can open up many more doors for that work. It is an exciting time to be working in this area - here in Ghana, more and more people are gaining access to the internet and to these kind of learning opportunities. Best wishes, Nana Nana
- Hello Phil what can I say;EXCELLENT! Lulzime
- Phil, How do we go about developing the NFE content? Did leave a comment in your sandbox Jyoti
- Wow, love the animation. How did you do it? ... I took my real initials and scanned them. Coloured the image blue. Put in little lines to divide it into segments. Then I made five copies. In each copy, I coloured the segments from dark blue to pale blue, but one segment along from one copy to the next. Then I used some software called gif animator (in Paint Shop Pro, but it is in many paint programmes and free on line) that shows each copy in turn, so it looks animated. --Philbartle 16:43, 30 January 2009 (UTC) ... Thank you for the explanation. --Nellie Deutsch 00:27, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
- Welcome to Wikieducator. You are off to a great start. Thank you for adding your username here: http://www.wikieducator.org/EL4C19_User_Pages --Nellie Deutsch 14:58, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
- Note: Great work, Phil. Keep adding. You are on your way to becoming a skilled WikiMaster Warm regards --Patricia 18:40, 27 January 2009 (UTC)
- Great work Phil, hope we can be of some assistance in this project.
- Hi Phil,Nice to see you in this workshop. I am really impressed by your projects,hope one day i'll be able to create something like this on WE.--Yanubha 19:17, 1 April 2009 (UTC)--Yanubha 19:17, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
- Kiaora Phil. Thanks for commenting on my page. I am not sure how the openauthoring will work for High School Educational Materials. I can see some excellent resources available for delivering information just looking at chemistry for example could provide many helpful free resources. More importantly we should be able to alow students to publish their own work and have others outside the School and their normal peer group, comment on it and be able to modify it using proper protocols. My daughter's school, Bucklands Beach Intermediate are doing this very successfully and I can see the huge motivation it brings about. Early days for me thinking about these issues, but I have a good feeling about the whole idea.--Robin 10:41, 22 June 2009 (UTC)
Dear Phil, Sorry it took that long to get back to you, but besides having some health problems, let me tell that you question is not easy. You asked me: Do you have any concerns about the quality of educational resources developed using an open authoring approach? If so, what are your concerns? If not, how does an open authoring approach contribute to high quality learning materials? I’m not sure I have a clear answer to that; I haven’t been involved with open educational materials that much to have an opinion about it. However, I would say that an open authoring approach can contribute to high quality learning materials since many people will be working on that material, that means, first, I don’t think one would risk writing about something they don’t know, secondly, there are other people also working on the same material, making contribution and improving the quality of it. I don’t know… I believe I have to start working on something and then, see how it turns out. My best wishes, --Mercedes Viola 17:47, 30 June 2009 (UTC)