The last couple of days has seen a bit of discussion in the blogosphere about Software as a Service (SaaS) and the where it is going in terms of adoption. This post summarises some of the discussion and makes a number of points. Wikipedia has an entry for SaaS. Applying SaaS to elearning in universities might bring you the ASP […]
Software as a Service (SaaS) and elearning
The Long Tail – aggregation and context and the role of a "Web 2.0 course site"
The model inherent in most university based elearning and in most LMS/CMS/VLEs relies on course offering based websites that contain content produced primarily by the academic. This is the standard model used by the majority of academics in designing their teaching. Academics can spend upwards of 90% of their planning and development creating information (Oliver 1999) as the primary focus […]
The first missing Ps presentation
It’s been quiet on the blog front for the last couple of weeks as I’ve been busy putting the finishing touches on the missing Ps presentation. The presentation was given on Friday the 24th November, 2006. I finished a rough 1st draft of the presentation about 10 minutes before it started. The presentation itself was too long for the time […]