Learning through Learning Object's Expo LX


September 24th, 10am to 12pm

Previous workshops on blogs, wikis and Web 2..0 in general:
http://etc.buffalo.edu/workshops/handout.asp?titleID=87&EventID=424
http://etc.buffalo.edu/workshops/handout.asp?titleID=92&EventID=425
http://etc.buffalo.edu/workshops/handout.asp?titleID=91&EventID=410

Agenda:

Interface, I suggest we try to show some case studies of how schools
use it.

LearningObjects has put up a page with a bunch of examples for us to share:
http://www.learningobjects.com/casestudies.jsp

Clemson University has a brief description of each product for their faculty:
http://www.clemson.edu/ccit/crlt/articles/LearningObjects_FD06.html

Hal Herzog, Vice President at Learning Objects, has a presentation
describing how social networking tools such as blogs and wikis are
being used in education. Real-life examples illustrate how these
technologies can increase student engagement and enhance instructor
effectiveness.
http://bbworld.wordpress.com/2006/09/10/blogs-and-wikis-in-action-tales-from-the-classroom/

I was looking online for help pages regarding Ublearns and I found this helpful website. It's neat because it is a Expo LX wiki.

https://blackboard.shsu.edu/webapps/lobj-expo-bb_bb60/user/8FA461E73793BCDB/Blackboard_Tutorials/Blackboard_Review_Status