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HydraText is a web-based system that enables teachers to share the bits and pieces that make up a textbook or supplement, assemble them in their own way, and output to pdf and the web. The Hydra for each subject is a library of materials you and others have added that you can then assemble into a book or supplement - like creating a playlist for your music player. You can copy and rearrange someone else's materials or just parts of them, and create your own and share with others. Here are three benefits of this new way of preparing course materials: With a system for sharing and using the raw materials of textbooks, one can more easily teach a course in his or her own way, without spending days or weeks hunting, writing, and collating.
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I often get frustrated when I’m brainstorming. Trying to come up with ideas, or see how related ideas interact can get very frustrating. Outlines and lists can work well, if your topic or interest is linear enough. But if not, what then? One technique I find very useful for this is called mindmapping. And while I use it a lot, I haven’t ever been able to learn to use it formally, or systematize my use of mindmapping, though I have tried.
by Maria Popova What the free speech movement of the 1960s has to do with digital learning and The Beatles. Education is something we’re deeply passionate about, but the fact remains that today’s dominant formal education model is a broken system based on antiquated paradigms.
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For anyone who owns a blog or a website, one of the most vitals keys to building a solid visitor base is interactivity. According to a 2007 study by Nielsen Netratings, the fastest-growing web destinations almost unanimously included IM as a means of attracting repeat visitors to their site or blog . But, how does the average Joe get IM on his personal site? It is not as technical as you might believe.
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Hiya Gang! I do a weekly check on Google to see if there's anything new going on with my "Anything Is Possible" bottle and came across this thread. I was a bit surprised though to see that's it essentially a thread asking for exposure. Don't get me wrong, I don't think it was posted maliciously or anything (as I'm sure the poster was just curious) and I'm a massive supporter of Theory 11- I just think we may need to be aware that sometimes when we ask for things that it can affect creators and their work. I just wanted to get that off my chest.