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WP-O-Matic is a nice little third-party plugin for WordPress that uses the SimplePie php class (thanks to Patrick and Andy for the link to this amazing set of aggregation resources for both WP and MediaWiki) to grab an RSS feed … Continue reading

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Spam can be entertaining

bavawiki (a MediaWiki install) gets the occasional spam. Here is one I got recently that made me laugh: Hi Boss, People who do lots of work… make lots of mistakes People who do less work… make less mistakes People who … Continue reading

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How accessible is your campus CMS?

This is the first of a series of posts through which I will attempt to catch up on ELI 2007. Mark Felix (Instructional Applications Support, The University of Arizona), Alan Foley (Learning Technology Liaison, University of Wisconsin System Administration) and … Continue reading

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Optimizing with Optimal -A Plugin for WordPress

I have been playing pretty intently with WordPress these days in an attempt to develop out a UMW Division of Teaching & Learning Technologies site that features our projects, aggregates our blog posts & del.iciou.us feeds, while also acting as … Continue reading

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Doing things with English 101, or Virtual Learning Spaces in Action!

Steve Greenlaw, of Pedablogy fame, noted a while back that the posts on bavatuesdays have been more like reading cuneiform on a tablet (notice the equation of ancient communication with the tablet) than a resource for teaching and learning. To … Continue reading

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Single Sign-on for Third Party Applications with Typo3

Well, I have been meaning to do it for a while now, but looks like now I have no other choice: its time to re-visit Typo3. I have become pretty familiar with this CMS over the last 6-8 months and … Continue reading

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Introducing bavawiki …

Jerry and I have been discussing how useful a centralized wiki would be for collaboratively tracking and editing documentation for web 2.0 applications we have been using frequently over the last couple of weeks. To that end I am introducing … Continue reading

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