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I'm finding it difficult to keep up with the explosion of interest surrounding Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Here are the latest 10 unsorted items collected on delicious. Further contributions are welcome! . . . . . .
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We are experiencing problems with the 'unsorted links' ('iBerry on Delicious') attached to many sections of the Open Education Directory. These are bookmarked with delicious.com, now under new ownership so changes are evidently being made to RSS feeds etc. Please bear with us while this gets sorted out. If necessary we will use another service.
Update: our problems now seem to be restricted to delicious 'bundles'; i.e. where several tags are grouped together under one name so although feeds for single tags seem to be OK anything using 'bundles' is not working or returning an error messsage. I understand from the delicious forum that this will be put right in due course but I am unclear as to when or in what form so I'll just leave things as they are now in the hope that things improve soon. Note that all this only affects the display of unsorted links on our pages here - you can always go to iBerry on Delicious and find our unsorted links there (I hope!).
I've been playing with Google Translate, trying to assess what role automatic language translation could play for online learners. Here are some translations of the UN Covenant quote from iBerry's mission statement. Reverse translation to English suggests that these translations are far from perfect - I wonder whether any native speakers can confirm this? . . . . . .
Bookmark iBerry !