On this page you will find all blog posts from participants who connected their blog.
I’m not afraid of using digital tools, as I in various workplaces have used a lot of different tools, upgrading or changing them as time passes. But I think I use them more as a visitor than a resident (David White, Visitor and Residents). At work I am online almost all the time, using different … Continue reading Changing perspective on online participation →
That clip is nearly 10 years old, we should remember, what he is talking about: Open means sharing and being generous. I like that😇I laughed at that line from the TED-Talk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb0syrgsH6M) from David Wiley.Regarding Reflec...
In our ONL group, we have discussed a lot about the mutual feeling we seem to have: none of us is really comfortable with writing blogs or sharing personal thoughts or ideas with the unknown audience of the cyber world. We started to think that what is behind that uncomfortable feeling and how could we […]
Welcome to the blog! With three small children, sleep is often a scarce commodity, so humour and hope (and coffee 😉 ) are all the more important.I am looking forward to the upcoming learning experience and about an interesting exchange in the who...
The best way to a man’s or woman’s heart is through their stomach.
– the importance of “fika” 🙂 Fikade tillsammans med mina kollegor och kom att prata om ONL-kursen som startar idag. Efter lite funderande, ett spontant beslut om att börja på kursen… Last week when I had a cup of coffee with my peers we started to talk about the ONL-course, it was going to start … Continue reading Spontant… / Spontaneously →
Open Networked Learning–Beginnings This blogg will serve as a place for professional and personal reflection on theoretical and practical ways in which collaborative learning can be facilitated. Why write a blogg? I have to admit that this is precisely what I have wondered before starting this course. It does not come naturally to me to … Continue reading "First Time Bloggers of the World–Unite"
Well done! You imported a post and all categories of the Open Networked Learning course homepage. You can edit or delete this post, then start blogging by creating a new post! You might also want to consider to connect your blog to the ONL course homepage. Once you have been allocated to a PBL group, … Continue reading Import successful!