I began thinking about of boundary conditions this project would contain. I came up with a list of things I’d like to be able to do to design, deliver and chronicle an experience and what kind of tool or tools I could use or invent to do that .
I’m ready to make an assertion : working backwards from authentic content, with what I know already plus the help and participation of my PLN, we can create a WordPress plugin—or something else I haven’t thought of on my own—that combines the concepts of idea-mapping seen in Compendium with some of the functionality and utility seen in mobile devices within the context a tool with which to design and deliver learning experiences. Assertions should of course be based on solid arguments and evidence, weighing the pros and cons.
Once again I refer you all to this thought-provoking article by Aaron E. Silvers, which will shed light on why certain words above are in bold.
What do you think? Are you interested? Please comment!
UPDATE: This link appeared in my Twitter timeline this morning. Timely! Web 2.0 Selection Criteria…