Do we need to think differently? (ONL202 Topic 4)

The topic 4 in ONL202 was about designing your course and teaching for online and blended learning environments. Moving away from the classical campus-based teaching towards online and blended learning forms has been challenging for most of us, especially during the year 2020 where everyone was forced to do this overnight. At our university, IContinue reading “Do we need to think differently? (ONL202 Topic 4)”

Learning in personal communities (ONL202 Topic 3)

The topic 3 in ONL202 course addressed the importance of creating communities of learning. This aspect can be discussed from two different perspectives – teacher and student. In both cases, creating a personal learning network (PLN) is of great importance to facilitate learning. The definition and type of members in the PLN for a teacherContinue reading “Learning in personal communities (ONL202 Topic 3)”


Opennes – What’s in it for me? (ONL202 Topic 2)

The second topic in the ONL202 course was about the sharing and openness in ‘Open Learning’. The discussions were about how to share an online course or course material, why it is of interest, what value could it add, and the possible consequences of sharing online course material. The discussions around this topic became veryContinue reading “Opennes – What’s in it for me? (ONL202 Topic 2)”