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So, this weeks topic for me has been about putting myself and my own experiences into the context, for example a framework such as DigComp 2.1. In my work as a teaching librarian I´m familiar with different kinds of frameworks and we use them regularly. But one day as I looked on the picture on […]
Since I started the Open Networked Learning (ONL) course a lot has happened. First, however, I must tell the history of how I became an ONL student. Learning has always been fun to me and, as I have learned, sharing any accumulated knowledge with others seemed not only exciting but also fair. I saw the […]
I started my work to understand these concepts at a fairly philosophical and existential level. Identity could be a concept on this level. What is my identity? Do I have the same identity online as offline? Do I have the same identity when I meet students as when I meet colleagues? Do I have the […]
We have a choice of what, who and how we want to portray ourselves in a digital environment, think about the movies Ready Player One and Avatar, what skin and personality would you adopt? After spending time in an online community, we may start to identify with that community, and portray a version of ourselves which fits that […]
I could immediately relate to the idea that digital literacies must be plural or that digital literacy has many dimensions. And, again, I was very impressed by the webinar with so many participants. Wow. Applying David White’s concept of a continuum between visitor/resident mode and personal/institutional use I yield a trend of a diagonal from […]
My plan was to end this week with a personal reflection on my digital self and whatever that might include. But look what happened! Instead of writing a well structured text as planned I have spent almost an hour sitting in front of my computer just switching between tabs, clips, texts, memes, documents, notes, calendars, […]
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Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Hy everyone, I am Christiane, a postdoctoral researcher from Germany. I am a verterianrian by training and focus on immunology, the body’s system of defense. Pursuing a career in academia I am concerned with learning and teaching. Now, I am a participant of ONL 192. […]
My focus is on developing and enhancing my communities understanding of adult education; pedagogy, specialized vocabulary, discursive identities, transformation and equity, and the decolonization of educational practices and curricula.
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. My name is Kamala. I am an Associate Professor at the Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, National University of Singapore. My experience is quite extensive and progressive, from clinical nursing to nursing management and now nursing education. In the recent years my focus has […]
I am on a never ending journey to be better supporting student learning.
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