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PLEs and Personality Styles

Updates to Web 2.0 in Nonprofits Wiki

Nptechbestpractices_badge_2 It's been awhile since I got in and made some updates to the Web 2.0 in Nonprofits Wiki, so I finally stopped procrastinating today and added some resources that have been hanging out in my del.icio.us account for a few months.

The highlights:

  • Added a small section on screencasting that will need additional work. 
  • Added a section on productivity with general resources on how to be more productive and information on a bunch of Web 2.0 tools to improve productivity.

I'm planning to do something on Personal Learning Environments, but am seriously contemplating creating a separate wiki that would focus strictly on professional development with PLEs as part of that. I'm not sure if that's the right way to go or not, but that topic feels like it's pretty rich on its own and an area where I'd like to get things more organized and helpful to people beyond just adding it as a page in the Web 2.0 in Nonprofits Wiki.

If you check out the updates, please feel free to comment and/or add new materials. The password to the site is "nptech" (w/o quotes). Also, let me know what you think about the idea of setting up a separate wiki to focus just on professional development and creating PLEs.

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