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TOC : Educause Review, September / October 2004

Educational Blogging
Stephen Downes
        The process of blogging - of reading onlin, engaging a
        community, and reflecting on it - is a process of bringing
        life into learning.

Going Nomadic: Mobile Learning in Higher Education
Bryan Alexander
        How are wireless, mobile technologies and their emergent
        trends, such as swarms, affecting the learning environment,
        pedagogy, and campus life?

Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not
Brian Lamb
        The needs met by “wikis”—documents posted online for
        open editing by all—are simply not being satisfied by present
        IT strategies and tools

Game-Based Learning:  How to Delight and Instruct in the 21st Century
Joel Foreman
        To learn more about videogames in academe, the author spoke
        with five leading-edge thinkers in the field: James Paul Gee, J. C.
        Herz, Randy Hinrichs, Marc Prensky, and Ben Sawyer.

Wait, there's more ! A special Web Bonus !

InsurgenceEmergenceConvergence: How to Fold Soup
        Did Steve Martin, in his 1979 short story "How to Fold
        Soup", offer suggestions on how to deal with multimedia.