Archives for June 2005
Annotation is a central topic for shared spaces, but unfortunately it is still a stepchild and suffering from many small silly technical problems. Read more….
There are many learning/ personality styles inventories out there, but what seems still missing are profiles for personal information management styles. Read more….
Interesting ideas about “think-tools” are offered by the authors of Deepamehta. Read more….
Our university library is starting off into a new era of Open Access and RSS Syndication, categorized by Dewey. Here is the RSS-Link of the ten most recent self-archival publications, and if you have an aggregator similar like mine (see the 146 kB screenshot), you can sort them by DCC just clicking on the heading of the subject column. I think this is a pretty promising approach, which might soon combine both the capabilities of smart aggregator filters of the users and professional cataloguing by LIS staff.
The difference between Mindmaps and Concept Maps is still confusing. I think Concept Maps can be compared with literacy, while Mindmaps are more “oral”. Read more…