Image by a4gpa via FlickrJust back from the high desert and busy catching up. Here are a few links that caught my eye:
- How To Detect Deception. The Confidential Resource points to this series of posts (Part 1, Part 2) on detecting deception in interviews over at The Keyboard Detective. The posts contain some good material and a fair number of links to other interesting stuff.
- Second Life In Education. I have often blogged about using Wikispaces for analytic projects but Wikispaces is a platform to over a half a million wikis of various types. One of the more interesting ones I recently ran across (via New World Notes) is a wiki on using Second Life In Education. Lots of cool projects you can do/places you can go here with students.
- 8 Sister Wikis From Wikipedia. The always helpful MakeUseOf.com has put together a list of "sister" projects to Wikipedia that everyone should know about. My favorites are the Wikimedia Commons, because it links to a number of free or public domain graphics, and Wikiversity, because it often has useful tutorials on a variety of topics.