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Education Technology reflections

September 21, 2010

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I just posted about a number of Education Technology tools. In this post I want to further explore my thinking on education technology. My current unit of study, Education Technology through Central Queensland University has required us to consider online learning in terms of both Kearsley and Shneiderman (1998)’s Engagement Theory and Oliver’s (1999) ICT […]

Education Technology tools

September 20, 2010

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At the moment I am complete a unit as part of my Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education called Education Technology through CQU. The unit is interesting in that it has exposed me to a few new elearning tools I was not aware of. elearning tools continually evolve, and effective networks will no doubt be the […]

Competition Analysis in Orienteering (on a Wiki)

August 13, 2010

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Through work at the moment I am being exposed more and more to wikis and what they offer. It seems to me a great way of developing resources for orienteering. In particular it would be a great place to develop very large documents such as guidelines on event management. It could also be tremendously useful […]

Using the internet for learning and research

July 23, 2010

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Our new Master of Exercise Science students are starting next week so we brought them in for a few introductions. As part of the induction Leigh and I thought we might run a short session on getting more out of the internet in terms of learning and research. Whilst the internet appears all powerful and […]

Using google calendar for orienteering events

May 16, 2010

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Lately I’ve been trying to convince others it is worthwhile changing from an existing calendar system to a google calendar system. As a result I have created three short explanatory and tutorial style videos. I include them below. Firstly, how the user can take advantage of a google calendar How the administer can simply do […]

Video reporting an orienteering event

May 11, 2010

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The following are my thoughts on a skeleton for constructing an interesting report on a major orienteering event. A similar conceptual framework could be used for a written report, but I’m focusing on a video report as might be uploaded to YouTube. Thanks to Rob Fell and Rob Preston for their input. Bare these concepts […]

Orienteering Australia communicating through social media

April 16, 2010

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Lately I’ve been thinking about social media in sports marketing, specifically with Orienteering Australia. Less by invite and more by my own interest as well as the interest of the Head Coach of Orienteering Australia, Rob Preston, we have worked away at bringing social media into how Orienteering Australia communicates. We have set up a […]