On this page you will find all blog posts from participants who connected their blog.

The topic for the last two weeks has been online participation and digital literacies. I really like the idea that we should talk about digital literacies in plural because there are so many tools and you can be fluent in one and not in another. We have talked a lot about David White’s (see e.g. […]
After two meetings in my PBL Group I´m brave to write a next blog entry. Lotta, Miriam and my group members are so warmly. Thanks a lot:) I suspect a lot of work and I hope to perform the assignments.
I bought my first domain 20 years ago. For at least the last 10 years I been thinking that I should start blogging, but I never came around. Now Im forced to do it to pass my first week in the ONL class that I have signed up for. Thats a good thing and hopefully […]
My name is Simon Carlhed Ydhag and I live in Sweden Västerås together with my wife Carina. I work at Mälardalen University as an ICT strategist. Part time I also work at an SUNET as product owner for their media services. I have started this blog as an assignment in a course I am taking […]
This week I have met most of the members in my PBL Group where most of the work for this course will take place. I have also started a Twitter account, I have not used it yet, and don’t know if I will, but we will see. I have been introduced to...
Welcome to my open networked learning 192 blog!
This week, we have been introduced to the ONL192 community and the platform that we will be making use of. I am incredibly excited to start this journey and I am looking forward to learning more about the field and how I can improve my practice and methodologies. I am fortunate enough to have three […]
Kelly Maroon Biography Kelly Maroon is an intersectional educator, writer and artist. Currently a Master of Education candidate at the University of Cape Town, Kelly is involved in higher education institutional management and holds the position of Academic Head for creative media and arts school, CityVarsity Cape Town. She has participated in multiple educational research […]
The first meeting with our facilitator and colleagues today clarified a few things. At least we got started with getting the blog open and connected to the ONL192 site. The overview of the course feels a bit unclear, and it’s difficult to get a picture of what is expected in each topic, as the introductions […]
I am starting this blog because I am taking a course called open networked learning. I will here post reflections during the course.
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