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“designers and educators need to create places that are not only safe to learn, but also spark some emotional interest” (Fielding 2006) To me, the fourth topic of the course, with its focus on emotional presence (Cleveland-Innes, 2008), particularly emotional presence within the Community of Inquiry framework (Cleveland-Innes & Campbell 2012) turned out to be some of …

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I have participated the Open Networked Learning course (ONL 201). Now it’s time to reflect on what it has been and what I have learned. When I first started to write this post, I started with: “This course has taken some work and time, but the feeling is a bit sad now when it ends.”Continue reading "Topic 5: ONL 201 reflection"
When I started the ONL201 course, the Covid-19 pandemic was limited to Chine only. As the pandemic spread around the world, businesses, social life and education almost stopped in many countries. People stayed lockdown at homes and sought education online. This made the ONL201 more inevitable and more valuable for all educators. Then, we learntOkumaya devam et "Lessons learnt well for the upcoming plans for online teaching/learning – Topic 5"
Originally posted on JONL - Jukka's Open Networked Learning blog:
The three main functions of universities are often described to be education, research and serving society. These functions are intertwined, but here I’m focusing especially on the third one – serving the society – in relation to collaborative learning in education. Teaching students to…
Presence is something I have been looking at in my own research on remote leadership. What many researchers have noticed is the challenge in building trust, energy and focus in online meetings. The usual argument is that there are “no bodies” in virtual meetings and that the sensorial cues are fewer. In our research weContinue reading "Making room for learning"
The ONL course is almost over. What a journey!I learned many things through my engagement in this course. First of all, I experienced how it is to learn through sharing experiences, concepts and ideas and through building your own experiences togethe...