PROLEARN Academy Newsletter 18-05-2009
this is the release of the weekly PROLEARN Academy Newsletter. With this approach we wish to inform you respecting the news in PROLEARN Academy about which are the new added elements, which are the events organized for the next week and some information about the projects registered in PROLEARN Academy.
*** PROLEARN Academy - Measure
Our auto observation tool for scientific communities contains at present 1569 projects, of which 238 are newsfeeds, 95 newsletters, 513 web sites, 69 mailinglists and 654 blogs. The number of caught entries totals 131624 for the feeds, of which 4791 were retrieved last week. For the newsletters totals 3662 entries, of which 17 were retrieved last week, for the mailinglists there are 103471 entries, of which 498 last week and for the blogs there are 230762 entries, of which 24 last week.
The feed project with the highest activity level last week was Handelsblatt.com, with 792 entries, 91 more than the top-project of the week before - Handelsblatt.com. The top mailinglist project last week was LM_NET: Library media specialist information exchange, with 250 entries, 80 less than the top-project of the week before - LM_NET: Library media specialist information exchange. The top blog project last week was Futuros Policías, with 5 entries, 34 less than the top-project of the week before - Read/WriteWeb.
There is additional information about the projects in http://www.prolearn-academy.org/mediabase
We are continuously enlarging our project database.
*** Last week were added 2 new projects. These are the following:
1 Web Pages
eu research elearning project leonardodavinci
Category: Social Sciences, Economy, Law, State, Education; in English
dldc : DLDC(Distance Learning and Developing Countries)
This is a discussion list for researchers, teachers and students interested in distance learning or distance education (DE) in developing countries. The site is intended for anyone who is teaching, learning or researching in distance education in developing countries. It seeks to show how new ICTs can be used for teaching and learning at a distance, especially e-learning, open educational resources, open source, Web 2.0, blogs, wikis, social networking, social bookmarking and other social software. It is connected to the website http://members.tripod.com/stewart_marshall/
Category: N.A.; in English