1. Nuanced & positive understanding of professional digital interaction I’ve long recognized the difference between ability and use of online tools. The distinction between digital visitor and resident (White) helps to frame that discussion in terms of motivation rather than ability. The concept of the many different kinds of digital literacies (media literacy, information literacy, […]
It was my turn to be a co-leader for this topic and so I want to take a moment to reflect on the experience of being in a problem-based learning group. In short, what I loved about the PBL group experience was: Sense of community within group The single most important activity for building a […]
My personal learning network suddenly and unexpectedly became exclusively digital due to the pandemic and this must be a fairly common experience. This got me wondering – how has my personal learning network been affected by a year of covid restrictions? For me, this switch to the digital hasn’t posed a problem in terms of […]
Creative Commons Creative Commons licenses simplify and standardize the process of granting permission for others to use creative works. As a creator, this is useful for defining how you would like others to be able to use your work and enabling them to do so relatively easily. As someone looking to reuse the work of […]
This is my first take at summarizing and organizing what I’ll take away from our PBL group work from Topic 1. This infographic was created using Canva.
Anyone reading this is probably connected to the ONL course so please comment and add your own reflections! I am taking this class in large part because I am interested in learning about how to build student networks online within my own courses as well as being part of a community of people interested in […]