Electronic Learning Journal

The ELJ project web site was very old and it has been removed to protect the privacy of the participants

The aims of the project was to

  • Design and build a blog hosting site.
    The site explored the navigation design principles underpinning web log sites, and experimented with a variety of ways to enter information. Information was uploaded using three different input technologies:a) browser (using an HTML form)
    b) WAP – mobile phone
    c) Palm PilotThe scripting language used to create the blog was PHP.
  •  Trial the blog site using students in real learning situations.
    They were observed using the Electronic Learning Journal  a blog), and then interviewed about their blogging. The findings are included in a Report.
  •  Propose a scheme for integrating its application in education and training, and into the TAFEVC.
  •   Consult with course delivery staff across a number of subject areas to ascertain the application of blogs in different teaching contexts.

The full report on the project can be found at www.binaryblue.com.au/docs/blogs.pdf

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