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November 2002
MIT Tech Review: Immobots Take Control
Emerald Fulltext: Does the degree of redundancy in social networks influence the success of business
IT Web: Knowledge management is key to business
Workforce: Chief Learning Officers Link Training and Business Goals
NY Times: Students Learning to Evade Moves to Protect Media Files
EContent: It’s All in What You Know: Internet Information and Expert Referral Services
The Chronicle: Web Site Lists Professors Who ‘Indoctrinate’ Students
Electric News: E-learning fails to make the grade
Boxes and Arrows: Practical Strategies for Creating a Successful Intranet
E-learning pilot opportunity
Vnunet: Sexy e-learning doesn’t work
Working Knowledge: Does Your Product Have Buzz? Tap into an Online Newsgroup
The Oracle: A coming attraction
Learning Circuits: Smart Machines, Dumb People?
Gerry McGovern: Intranet communication versus traditional communication
Strategy+Business: The Art of Best Practice Transfer
Wired: Law Grads Online, Bar None
David Weinberger: The arrogance of knowledge
Sidebars: Primer on Learning Objects
ZD Net: Open-source CMS: On the rise
CMS Watch: Structured Content: What’s in it for writers?
MIT Tech Review: MIT’s Superarchive
MSNBC Interactive: Spot the threat
The International Children’s Digital Library
Vnunet: Knowledge isn’t power, says Xerox
KM World: KM & Intranets 2002 Presentations
User Interface 7West: The Art of Being Human
CANARIE: Networks For Innovation: A National Strategy For Canada
Cooper: Getting from Research to Personas:
Gerry McGovern: Intranet return on investment case studies
MIT: Sociable Media Group
Macromedia: Creating Shared Learning Spaces with Macromedia Contribute and Macromedia Flash Communic
Wired: A Smarter Way to Sell Ketchup
Strategy+Business: Karen Stephenson
CIO: Give it a Break
Evolt: Information Architecture for Everyone
First Monday: By Choice or by Chance: How the Internet Is Used to Prepare for, Manage, and Share Inf
Strategy+Business: Best Business Books 2002
TechLearn 2002: official follow-up site
Wired: Maine Spawns Budding Kubricks
Business 2.0: Making Creativity Work
USDLA Journal: Developing an Interactive Web-Based Classroom
Indian Express: Gates to give $20 million for e-learning in India
Wired: Study: PDAs Good for Education
Boxes and Arrows: Defining Feature Sets Through Prototyping
Learning Circuits: How the U.S. Military Is Reinventing Learning
Learning Circuits: Careers in E-Learning: Taking the Next Step
Converge Magazine: An Instant Feedback Learning Environment
Useit: Intranet Usability: The Trillion-Dollar Question
David Weinberger: What’s Info Got to Do With It?
Syllabus: Handheld Devices: Toward a More Mobile Campus
Syllabus: A New Lesson for eLearning Programs: “e” is for Entrepreneurship
Information Research: The nonsense of ‘knowledge management’
Wired: The Six Degrees of Six Degrees
Fastrak-Consulting: In search of the perfect e-tutor
Business 2.0: Instant Messaging Goes Corporate
CIO: Portal U.
Gerry McGovern: Measuring the value of your content
eLearning Magazine: The ‘Net Result
Elliott Masie: The problems of acquiring knowledge
Boxes and Arrows: Tackling Maintenance Projects
Crash Notice
Jay Cross: TechLearn 2003 Summary
Washington Technology: Scale the e-learning curve/ Getting savvy
Technology Source: Preparing Teachers To Use Learning Objects
Enterprise Systems: The Three Cs of RFPs
Harvard Business Review: Survey Says? Identify Your Objectives
News.com: HP, MIT delve deep with digital library
CLO Magazine: Corporate Universities: A Powerful Model for Learning
elearning Magazine: Simulating Work: What Works
O’Reilly: Building Online Communities
I3 Update: KM Standards: Do We Need Them?
eLearn Magazine: E-learning in Japanese Universities
Internetworld: On Target: The Key to Customer Relationships
Cool Game: Table Chase
Optimize: Model Behavior