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Open Networked Learning 2020

Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning

This, for me, is the most relevant topic so far. I was motivated to take ONL202 so I could become a more competent online educator. Although I couldn’t get through the 35-min intro ppt (sorry, but what was the thinking there ?), I did find the other materials much more useful. Salmon’s 5-stage model gives [...]

By |2020-11-20T03:21:29+00:00November 16th, 2020|ONL202|0 Comments

Topic 3 – networked collaborative learning

This third ONL202 topic alienated me a bit at first. As I watched Kay Oddone’s YouTube videos (1 and 2) on the theory and practice of personal learning networks (PLNs) and read the studies by Capdeferro & Romero and Brindley et al, I felt kind of ‘meh’. Quite a contrast from how content for the [...]

By |2020-11-02T04:07:40+00:00November 2nd, 2020|ONL202|2 Comments

Topic 2 – openness & sharing

Look at this mind map (from the GEF site). It conceptualises the state of the Global Commons. The thing I kept thinking about during Ragupathi & Creelman’s podcast, David Wiley’s Ted Talk and Dave Cormier’s primer on MOOCs, and while reading Chapter 11 in Teaching in a Digital Age. I mean, other thoughts came up [...]

By |2020-10-13T10:17:15+00:00October 11th, 2020|ONL202|10 Comments

Online participation & digital literacies

Until this week’s topic, I’d never given much formal thought to the concept of digital literacies or even heard of Prensky’s digital natives vs immigrants dichotomy. So the paper by White & Le Cornu’s and David White’s video were enlightening. What resonated most with me were the assertions that there isn’t a dichotomy so much [...]

By |2020-09-29T02:41:23+00:00September 29th, 2020|ONL202|4 Comments

ONL202 – day 1

In 2012, four universities in Sweden created a collaborative course for educators, called Open Networked Learning. Basically, it's an opportunity for HE professionals in different countries to work together in small, problem-based-learning (PBL) groups on a series of five topics which, combined, grow their abilities to provide quality learning in an online environment. Currently (in [...]

By |2020-09-16T04:12:08+00:00September 16th, 2020|ONL202|5 Comments
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