Like Stefanie I had a hard time keeping up with my attendance at PLENK2010. I have been really busy the last weeks and so I'm behind the other attendees for now. But I'm starting over ;-) Interestingly I could have been started some days ealier but the supposed huge work load to get in again detered me.
Mit dem Blogpost I Don't Like iTunes U hatte ich meine Einstellung zu diesem Dienst wohl relativ klar dargestellt.
Eine positive Sichtweise auf das Thema hat dagegen Brian Kelly von der University of Bath, UK. In seinem Beitrag iTunes U: an Institutional Perspective beschäftigt er sich mit einer Reihe von Argumenten gegen iTunes U:
In the #PLENK2010 General Discussion Forum Ken wrote an Appeal to Bloggers - keep it OPEN:
This is an appeal to bloggers: many are posting interesting articles, and then allowing comments. Unfortunately, in order to post a comment, one has to have one of a series of other account (Google, etc).