The gLearning Challenge January 31, 2009Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
Tags: AG09, Design, Development, eLearning, eLearningGuild, gLearning, Google, InstructionalDesign, Learning, productivity, ProfessionalDevelopment, software, technology, Tools, YouTube
The eLearning Guild has announced an interesting challenge for their upcoming Annual Gathering conference in Orlando. It’s called The gLearning Challenge and the concept is to create a learning solution using ONLY Google products. Here’s a more thorough description, from their web site:
The gLearning Challenge is your chance to use the slew of free and easy-to-use Google tools to showcase your e-Learning design chops. Your entry must use any, or many, of these free Google tools to create a course, a module, or even some informal learning. Get Creative! Win Prizes! Be crowned the Master of gLearning!
The suggested list of tools includes:
- Google Reader
- Orkut (social network like Facebook)
- Google Groups
- Google Talk
- Google Search
- Google Sites
- Google Picasa
- Google Docs (Wordprocessing, spreadsheet, Presentation)
- Google Sketchup (3D object creation tool)
- Google Calendar
- and more…
Submissions will be accepted until Friday, March 6, 2009.