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Hi guys,So my group, PBL09, has been busy at work on a video for Topic 2. It has been great fun working with the people in my group. When I do research I do work with colleagues for most of the time but when I teach, because of my field, I'm a bit of a...
I now had one of my first lecture on distance after the Coronavirus hit.  I had previously had some oral exams, two dissertations and coaching on distance, but this was the first lecture.This lecture was also part of a pedagogic development course...
Online Teaching and Architecture Pedagogy Architectural education is having it’s own unique way of teaching and learning. It is typically belived by many practitioners face to face teaching is the ideal pedagogic model for architectural learning. But it is important to understand the revolutionary changes happened in the field of education due to the developmentContinue reading "Topic 1 – Digital Literacy"
In the course ONL201, the topic was online participation and digital literacies. One of the things we discussed a lot and that I thought was quite interesting was the Visitor and residence online mapping by Donna Lanclos, David White  & Lawrie...
This blog reflects on the topic of online participation and digital literacies. It draws from my own experience as a teacher in transitioning to distant learning due to the coronavirus outbreak.
For online teaching and collaborative work, these are great times. Many of our colleagues and institutions are sharing their work, and helping each other in this stressful situation. Sharing is caring and the essence of what teaching is. Unfortunately, many…
So I am taking part in this course called ONL, which is on digital literac[ies]. Right now we are discussing sharing and openness and a question which keeps coming back to me – and which has not emerged in the synchronous group meetings – is that of epistemology and ontology, or epistemontology. In short, epistemologyContinue reading "Epistemologies of Openness"
When I signed up for the ONL-course, globalization was taken for granted and online learning was embraced by a smaller portion of my colleagues. When the course started, it was nice to meet so many people who share the same interests as I do related to...
Time flies! The first four weeks of the course “Open Networked Learning” have passed with Topic 1 completed. The first topic of the course comprised aspects of online participation and digital literacies (https://www.opennetworkedlearning.se/). A usefu...