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Topic 5 – Lessons Learnt

Today was the last session of the course; the final webinar was a great way of dropping into the other groups to see how they had got on. In some ways, that’s something that would have been beneficial half way… Continue Reading →

Topic 4 – Bleedin’ Ungradin’!

Reflect on your current practice and reason about possibilities for development of online and blended learning designs. I’ve been working on developing a Community of Inquiry (CoI) model for my courses for some time – or Collaborative Inquiry as it… Continue Reading →

Topic 3 – Learning in Communities : Consider Frustration as a Friend

Consider Frustration as a Friend CHARACTER #1: The Host CHARACTER #2: PLN (Personal Learning Network) CHARACTER #3: LMS (Learning Management System) CHARACTER #4: Workerist CHARACTER #5: Frustration CHARACTER #6: Lurker CHARACTER #7: Commitment-phobe References 🔗 Scene Action: A LMS is… Continue Reading →

Topic 2 Open Learning, a few notes

The deceptively simple term open hides a great deal of complexity, much of which depends on the particular context within which open practice is considered. Thus it is imperative to move beyond open-versus-closed dichotomies and even beyond unified conceptions of… Continue Reading →

Topic 2 – Open Learning: Cawfee Tawk

“Linda Richman: Welcome to Coffee Talk I’m your host Linda Richman. On this show we talk about coffee, dawters, dawgs, you know no big whoop just Coffee Talk.” (King 1993) ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ ☕️ I’m taking… Continue Reading →

Topic 1 | PBL07 Meeting 22.3.22

A combination e.g. Role play and Scenario-based activity including gamification tools 25% Role play (dramatic recorded script and short animation) – 3 members to do voice overs 25% Role play (dramatic recorded video) – 3 members to complete 25% Scenario-based… Continue Reading →

Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies | Visitors & Residents

Webinar: Digital literacies with David White and Jörg Pareigis 16.3.21 📓 My notes for David White’s Webinar are in Miro here Visitors & Residents Paradigm We propose that our Visitors and Residents paradigm not only describes the lived experience and… Continue Reading →

Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies | Curating the Self & Energy Vampirism

Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies (link) Curating the Self I use a lot of digital tools to make my work. I am likely to be using them mainly on my own, but since they can create shareable files,… Continue Reading →

Week 2 Reading ONL221 PBL07

Savin-Baden, M., (2014) Problem-based learning: New constellations for the 21stCentury. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching 25 (3/4) 197-219. (direct download) Kek, M. & Huijser, H. (2015). 21st century skills: problem based learning and the University of the Future Paper… Continue Reading →

First Task

Present your group to the wider ONL community in any way you like

Present your group to the wider ONL community in any way you like Mar 11, 2022

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