Prior expectations: Thanks to our facilitators Sandeep and Karin at LTU, they briefed about structure and format of the new way of learning course. After reading through ONL website and orientation, I had few expectations; to learn about new way of learning method of problem based learning with emphasis on collaboration and openness from differentContinue reading “Reflections on Open Networked Learning Course”
On the previous topic of online collaborative learning approach, it becomes apparent that to improve the broader perspective and learning of a problem, it is necessary to have both digital tools and competence from various disciplines. However, in order to support these prerequisites, it is necessary to have a platform that consists of leaning theoriesContinue reading “Opportunities of Blended learning”
When I think about collaborative learning approach, the first tool that came across my mind is e-mail. This tool is still predominant in almost all of the learning phenomenon across the world. During my initial days of higher education, we used to have group work as an assignments for courses. These groups assignments are performedContinue reading “Online collaborative learning for sustainability”
There are two types of governments; one is dictatorship, and another is democratic.There are two sets of people in expressing the views; one is introvert, and another is extrovert.There are two methods of operating systems; one is closed, and another is open-sourced.There are two types of software; one is proprietary, and another is open-sourced.There areContinue reading “MOOC: SWOT Analysis”
During my bachelors studies, around 2007, I remember I asked one of my senior’s for getting invitation to Gmail for sending e-Mails to apply for a job. I think, that is the first step to enter to digital space. That was something exciting to encounter with a new technology. As I gained access to internetContinue reading “Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies”
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