So, it is the 10th of December and it is time to wrap the ONL experience up. I will use the questions posed on our community page to try and sort my thoughts and feeling out, here we go. What are the most important things that you have learnt through your engagement in the ONL […]
Since I have been designing a couple of online courses I was really looking forward to this topic and expecting a lot from it, not really knowing what to expect. It may sound a bit stupid but I was surprised (and happy) to find that the topic in fact was about emotions and not techy […]
It is hard to create a good online environment that is well suited for connected learning. It demands a lot of time and effort, both from “teacher”/facilitator and learner, and a shared knowledge of different digital tools to become a really effective and creative learning experience. PLN It has been nice to think about my […]
During these last weeks I have been overwhelmed by the mass of shared feelings, ideas, tools and experiences on the ONL192 blogs. I have only just begun reading and taking part and is finding it totally wonderful (and a bit stressful). Besides from discussing different definitions of open education/open pedagogy/open resources we have been focusing […]
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 […]
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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