1 Welcome to EduTechWiki
EduTechWiki is about Educational Technology (instructional technology) and related fields. It is hosted by TECFA, University of Geneva.
It is a resource kit for educational technology teaching and research, e.g. a note taking tool for researchers; a literature review tool or a writing-to-learn environment for students. It also includes (technical) tutorials that may be used in classes around the world or for self-learning.
Many articles also can be useful to teachers, instructional designers and e-learning consultants. Read more about our objectives.
EduTechWiki currently contains 1,715 articles. The french version has different contents and includes many contributions from our own students. Send questions to Daniel K. Schneider (he "owns" this wiki and is to blame for most contents). Other major contributors are/were Kalli Benetos, Marielle Lange, Stéphane Lattion, Students of Elizabeth Murphy. We also get occasional help from other people, thanx to you all !
This is a long term project: Most articles still lack content, depth, style, authority or all four together and will be improved over the years. We also use the wiki as an e-learning platform (mostly the french version).
- Anybody is welcome to participate. In order to fight spamming, account creation is subject to review. You may sign your contributions and express opinions. This is not Wikipedia. We also very much appreciate people fixing little mistakes (spelling, grammar, references,...) !
- Other university teachers may bring classes to EduTechWiki for writing activities (please read this if you plan to do so).
- If you are new to wiki technology, please browse through help and then make some tests in our SandBox. You also may consult the Editing rules or Terms of service.
3 News(all wikilogs/old news )
Computerized embroidery in education - Visit our exhibits
— by Daniel K. Schneider (talk) - 24 April 2018 - updated:24 April 2018
In this wiki: computerized embroidery
In the french sister wiki: CFAO
Wikispaces is closing
— by Daniel K. Schneider (talk) - 26 February 2018 - updated:26 February 2018
Wikispaces is (was) one of the most popular tools for educators and it will shut down over the next months (classrooms will have until July 2018).
This is a sad moment for the world and a good one for me. I always tell people in education to never trust the cloud with long term projects. Learn how to to install and to manage a wiki yourself and it will not go away.
Of course, doing it yourself is costly. It will cost time and some money for a good hosting plan. I prefer that as opposed to selling away my soul and loosing everything at the end. Wikispaces did have a decent policy with respect to advertisements and that is maybe why they cannot raise money for fixing the code to include the mostly useless features that modern websites should have...
— by Daniel K. Schneider (talk) - 3 August 2017 - updated:3 August 2017
I hope that everyone gets some time for vacation. We do and this is why EduTechWiki was down for a few days (nobody noticed that the boot partition was full...). Sorry
The Practice of Reproducible Research
— by Daniel K. Schneider (talk) - 8 May 2017 - updated:8 May 2017
Kitzes, J., Turek, D., & Deniz, F. (Eds.). (2017). The Practice of Reproducible Research: Case Studies and Lessons from the Data-Intensive Sciences. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
This free e-book “contains a collection of 31 case studies of reproducible research workflows, written by academic researchers in the data-intensive sciences. Each case study describes how the author combined specific tools, ideas, and practices in order to complete a real-world research project. Emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of how the author organized his or her research to make it as reproducible as possible.”
Quote from the introduction: “A research project is computationally reproducible if a second investigator (including you in the future) can recreate the final reported results of the project, including key quantitative findings, tables, and figures, given only a set of files and written instructions.”
(Open access) journals in educational technology
— by Daniel K. Schneider (talk) - 8 June 2016 - updated:19 August 2016
EdTechJournals.org created by R.A. Perkins and P.R Lowenthal currently is the best inventory (in English) of educational technology journals.
- 270 (or more) journals in educational technology (and related fields), sortable according to several criteria.
- Open Access journals only
Perkins, R. A., & Lowenthal, P. R. (2016). Open access journals in educational technology: Results of a survey of experienced users. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 32(3), 18-37. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14742/ajet.2578
- Originally, the “List of Ed Tech Journals” was an online spreadsheet originally created by Dr. Perkins in September 2008.
- The new version also includes items from George Veletsianos' list of open access educational technology journals (web-accessible spreadsheet)
- Alternative lists
4 Local education offers
- Certificat en conception et développement de projets e-learning
- Master of Science in Learning and Teaching Technologies (in french)
5 Courses and workshops
- The french wiki has more
7 Overview articles
(more to come)
- Educational technology, the field
- The big picture (categories, statistics)
- Essential reading
- News links (keep in touch)
- Educational technology
- Learning and teaching
- Learning theory
- Pedagogic strategy
- Instructional design
- Instructional design model
- Project-oriented learning
- Educational design language
- Article collections
- Wiki books (experimental)