So much has been said about the development of Glew as a platform for learning that I thought it would be useful to bring the key posts together so that you would get a feel for what other people think of Glew. I’ve searched for the posts and I’ve linked to them below.
- Neil Winton – Time to get Glowing…
- Fearghal Kelly – And another thing: Glew Plus and #ICTEx
- John Johnston – Glew, get stuck in
- Jason Dixon – Glew
- Pam Currie – If you build it they will come…
- TES – Computing teacher bids to provide Glow’s successor
- John Johnston – An Excellent Adventure
- Jaye Richards-Hill – Deja Glew…
- Jim Buchan – glew.org.uk POC for Glow Futures #glew #EDUScotICT
- Jaye Richards-Hill – The afterglow, and could GLEW relight the fire
- John Johnston – Glew Notes: FeedWordPress
- John Johnston – Glew Notes: Moblogging
- Agent4Change – Glow plight – pride of Scotland or ‘zombie’ network?
- Holyrood Magazine: So much for the afterglow
My favourite Tweets:
- Radio #EDUtalk 6-6-12: Charlie Love on Glew, Glow and Google
- Inside Learning Technology – EP 3 Charlie Love and Glew
- Radio #EDUtalk 13-2-13: Charlie Love
Thank you to everyone who has written about Glew and what we could do in Scotland with the best free and OpenSource tools. The key question for everyone right now is how the recommendations of the ICT Excellence Group report will be taken forward to implementation?