Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice

From digital literacy to collaborative learning and more – the ONL211 course has been an eye-opening experience. It’s a course with participants from various disciplines working in small and large groups and learning from each other. Many exotic ingredients and previously unknown spices blended into a refreshing smoothie that – once finished – invites backContinue reading “Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice”

Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

Collaborative work can be a daunting task if not all the participants are working coherently towards a common goal. Talking to my peers it has become evident that group assignments often fail to engage participants equally. Since this is a reflection blog, I take the freedom to share some of my own experiences. In retrospect,Continue reading “Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”


Reflection on Topic 1 – Online participation and digital literacies

The Topic 1 of the Open Networked Learning (ONL) course 211 found me somewhat puzzled, and especially so for the second part of the topic. By now we are all familiar with online meetings, but I came to learn that online participation can mean much more than joining a Microsoft Teams or Zoom meeting. IContinue reading “Reflection on Topic 1 – Online participation and digital literacies”

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Starting the ONL211 course

Hello World! This is my first blog post during the ONL211 course. To start with, everything seems a bit chaotic but exciting at the same time. Looking forward to a great course and networking with peers inside Stockholm University and the entire ONL211 community!