- PL 14/12: Statistics for Advocacy at Makerere
- PL 11/12: African libraries as centers of e-learning
- PL 2/12: LATINA courses in 2012
- PL 63/11: Twitter for teachers
- P 62/11: Twitter for institutions
- PL 61/11: Report from the innovation front
- PL 60/11: Preparing for Oslo
- PL 58/11: Learning in several languages
- Pl 57/11: Conflict in Palestine
- PL 56/11: Twitter in Palestine
- PL 55/11: A bridge from T to N. Traditional and new teaching
- P 54/11: Outside the box. Be the change that you want to see (Gandhi)
- Pictures chosen by LATINA participants.
- P 53/11: LATINA readings 2011. Intense debate about education and the Web.
- P 52/11: The web and the galaxy. Planning LATINA Fall in Palestine
- P 48/11: Visual learning and teaching. Notes for a lecture at LATINA Lab
- Getting ready for LATINA. Four weeks at Makerere
- The changing role of librarians at Makerere University. A report from the Kampala team
- Planning ahead: June 6-24. Design and development work starts
- LATINA at Makerere. EdLib workshop
- PL 67/10: Three versions in Kampala. Web, portable and print
- PL 66/10: LATINA in Lithuanian. Introductory essay in many languages
- Learning goals for LATINA 2011. Proposed goals for the three week course
- PL 62/10: The green hills of Africa. Planning visit to Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda.
- PL 42/10: Learning events. Students as teachers.
- PL 39/10: Further steps in blogging. Adjust and extend.
- PL 38/10: Habit or homework. Ordinary and quotidian.
- PL 36/10: LATINA glossary. Students present words from their cultures
- PL 35/10: LATINA project ideas. Collected on the whiteboard.
- PL 34/10: Evidence 2.0. Notes on evidence-based professions.
- PL 32/10: Student blogging at LATINA. Different ways of using blogs in classes
- PL 26/10: Course design. LATINA building blocks
- PL 25/10: Second-order learning. Digital application of a classic concept (Bateson)
- PL 24/10: Lessons from Korpo. A personal reflection.
- PL 22/10: Conceptual challenges – mentioned by our participants in Finland
- PL 21/10: What happens when libraries blog? Discussion note in Finland.
- PL 20/10: Practical communities. Discussion note in Finland.
- PL 18/10: Who is learning? Lecture notes for session at summer course in Finland
- PL 4/10: Summer statistics. LATINA is a summer course for teachers, librarians and students who want to work easily and fluently on the web
- PL 3/10: IFLA and LATINA. Taking the web for granted when we teach.
Plinius on Sunday
- PS 8/09. LATINA/lingua. A multilingual development project.
- PS 7/09. Blogging in context. Using blogs in teaching and learning
- PS 6/09. Learning from LATINA. From shortage to surplus of knowledge.
- PS 5/09. Big change. Introductory notes for LATINA lecture in Cracow.
- PS 3/09. Work/study scholarships. LATINA offers support for its summer course.
- PL 66/09: French, Polish and Spanish. Introductions to LATINA in three languages
- PL 65/09: Plan for Erasmus Mundus. New trainees from Benin, Cuba, the Ivory Coast, Poland and Venezuela
- PL 45/09. Translations from LATINA. Resources in four scripts and five languages.
- PL 44/09. Bread and circus. A brief class exercise from the LATINA summer course.
- PL 43/09. Roman shoe. A photo exercise (collage).
- PL 37/09. Multilingual LATINA. Wikipedia + Google Translate.
- PL 36/09. When did the course start? Formal and informal processes.
- PL 35/09. Trolls. Forest and mountain creatures.
- PL 34/09. Twelve days to go. LATINA Summer starts on June 22.
- PL 31/09. Portfolio. A LATINA work task
- PL 30/09. ICT and global learning. Resource links from China, Hungary and Spain.
- PL 29/09. Students in action. A traffic study at Oslo University College.
- PL 28/09. LATINA Spring – the third week. Concluding the course.
- PL 27/09. LATINA goes to Krakow. Paper on Education 2.0 completed
- PL 22/09. LATINA meets Marie Bergman. The Swedish singer/songwriter is still going strong.
- PL 21/09. LATINA update. Four Chinese media students join LATINA Spring.
- PL 19/09. Private, personal, public. Blogs move boundaries, but do not abolish them.
- PL 18/09. The image of knowledge. From books til networks.
- PL 17/09. Understanding Wikipedia. Encyclopedic exercises for LATINA students.
- PL 14/09. LATINA Spring opens. Nine participants – from Hungary, Spain and Norway.
- PL 3/09. Multilingual learning. Google Translate sets the pace
- PL 54/08. The LATINA principles. An informal platform.
- PL 50/08. LATINA Spring 2009. A longer version of the LATINA summer course will be offered in the spring.
- PL 16/08. L&T make R&D. Learning and teaching – not lettuce and tomato.
- PL 15/08. LATINA on YouTube. Student productions from Oslo.
- PL 14/08. Instant web. Teaching in the new web environment.
- PL 13/08. Blog reflections [requires password]
- PL 12/08. Replace, separate, integrate. Three stages in digital education.
- PL 11/08. LATINA on the Nile. Oslo University College cooperates with Upper Nile University in Southern Sudan.
- PL 10/08. Teaching in the fall. From information poor to information rich environments.