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New elearning website

I’ve been putting some final touches on a website I built for a class running at BYU this semester on web analytics. You can visit the site here. I did a write-up about the site for Drupal’s education working group. I discuss the design principles that guided my construction of the site.

A bit from the write-up:

We recently created a community learning space for a web analytics class at BYU. We directed students to create individual blogs on commercial blogging platforms such as blogspot, wordpress, and elsewhere. We are then using FeedAPI to aggregate the student blogs and comments (see list of student feeds) into the community site. In addition, we’re aggregating blogs from prominent web analytic experts (see list of expert feeds). A wiki and spot for announcements round out the list of features.

Link to the write-up
Link to the web site

Tagged with drupal | education | elearning2.0 | learning | social software

Posted February 02, 2008


Kyle Mathews lives and works in San Francisco building useful things. You should follow him on Twitter