Week 9 is a conference week, focusing on Net Pedagogy. This will be a great opportunity to reflect on how social networks and networked technology impact how we teach and learn. We’ve lined up five excellent speakers for the week: Martin Weller
From Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and Technology Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching, and Technology Michael Orey, Editor Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, University of Georgia AECT Publication This book is listed as an official publication of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Click here to see their publications.
Applications of Social and Collaborative Technologies in Educati 41,057 views My objective in this presentation was not only to describe the changing nature of community, and not only to describe how Web 2.0 applications create community as well as replace your Office ... My objective in this presentation was not only to describe the changing nature of community, and not only to describe how Web 2.0 applications create community as well as replace your Office applications, but also to talk to New Brunswickers about the role our province can play to help educators share learning with each other online. Audio and more at http://www.downes.ca/presentation/180 Statistics Views
The future of systems such as business, government, and education will be data centric. Historically, humanity has made sense of the world through discourse, dialogue, artifacts, myth, story, and metaphor. While those sensemaking approaches won’t disappear, they will be augmented by data and analytics.
elearnspace I started this site in 2000. I used to aspire to do great and lovely things with it. I've since realized that I prefer to interact with ideas rather than make pretty expressions of them. Standards have a way of fading in light of procrastination. I write about and research networks, media, technology, analytics, openness, and higher education.
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The Change MOOC has been running since September of 2011. We’ve had the pleasure, in the past 30+ weeks, of many outstanding discussions. The archives of activity/readings/weeks are available on the main MOOc site. Each week, different facilitators share readings and resources that they deem to be most reflective of their work and their passion.
Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age December 12, 2004 George Siemens Update (April 5, 2005): I've added a website to explore this concept at www.connectivism.ca Introduction