Monthly Archives: October 2008


I talked about Web 3.0, the “semantic Web” in my blog last June.  The concept of a semantic Web is based on the idea that machines can be taught to understand language more like the way people understand it. To … Continue reading

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Using Web 2.0 in Your Library

The Web has entered a new era of sophistication.  The Web 2.0 applications hold profound potentials in education because of their open nature, ease of use and support for effective collaboration and communication. They change the traditional view of human … Continue reading

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Educational Technology Journal Survey

Writing a journal article can be an overwhelming process.  In the planning stage, the author needs to first determine which journals would be a good fit for his/her manuscript.   The author should take time to research the potential journals and … Continue reading

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