The Works With U 1000 identifies businesses and organizations across the globe that have made the move to Ubuntu on servers, desktops and/or mobile devices. We are not suggesting that Ubuntu is the best solution for all companies and organizations. Rather, Works With U strives to help organizations identify how, why and where Ubuntu is gaining critical mass.
So what is The Levelator? It’s software that runs on Windows, OS X (universal binary), or Linux (Ubuntu) that adjusts the audio levels within your podcast or other audio file for variations from one speaker to the next, for example. It’s not a compressor, normalizer or limiter although it contains all three. It’s much more than those tools, and it’s much simpler to use. The UI is dirt-simple: Drag-and-drop any WAV or AIFF file onto The Leveler’s application window, and a few moments later you’ll find a new version which just sounds better.
Despite valuable early contributions to the web 2.0, much of the discussion within the education community has been speculative. This Commentary sets out to challenge the confident portrayal of web 2.0 by many educationalists in terms of an imminent transformation of learning and teaching. Careful thought has therefore been given to how technologists, educators and learners can best shape the fast-changing internet in the near future. It aims to explore how education can change the web, as well as how the web can change education.
WP plugin that adds a Twitter-style quick post box on your blog. Inspired by the Prologue theme.
The world’s first rich media webcasting solution – and it’s open source.
“Back to <virtual> school”. Issue on education in virtual worlds.
Social networking fosters collective intelligence, collaborative work and support communities. Tools and behaviors from the consumer world are now making the transition to the corporate world, with diverse implications for changing the way businesses operate. This paper explores 10 opportunities presented by social networking, along with 10 associated challenges.
The NMC today released the first in a new series of regional and sector-based Horizon Reports with the Horizon Report: 2008 Australia-New Zealand Edition.
Home of the Guild Research 360° Reports. Our reports illuminate best-practices, trends, benchmarks, and industry suppliers and are based on data collected in more than 32,000 member profiles and by in-depth surveys on various topics of critical importance. Each survey we conduct is designed by a crack team of industry thought leaders.
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- I’m baaaaack! And I’m reviving this blog for the PLENK2010 MOOC
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