Welcome to topic 4 – Design for online and blended learning

We hope that you all at this point of time in the course feel quite well-settled with the ONL learning environment and that you have found a good structure for your studies and PBL group work. It seems that the previous topic on Learning in communities was inspiring and engaged you in good discussions and […]

Blogcilitators post on online participation and digital literacies

Here is our first blogpost for the blogcilitator blog, compiled by Alexandra Wirth and Kiruthika Ragupathi. Our approach is to scan through the posts made by ONL192 participants to pick out interesting ideas and themes. We hope to provide you with a quick snapshot by weaving in your (ONL participants) thoughts and reflections for each […]

Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

Dear colleagues, Halfway through the course, we hope you have enjoyed the journey so far and that last week gave you opportunities to reflect and maybe catch up with your learning blog. Topic 3 – Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning begins today!  Is 1+1=2 or is there more to it? The coming two weeks […]

#ONL192 reflections from a course organizer

We are in the fourth week of #ONL192, a truly connected course, in which the participants are asked to write reflective blog posts and in which the participants can connect their blog to the course homepage. Although the requirements of the course do not require to blog for another week, there is a massive amount […]

Webinar with David White and Jörg Pareigis

Webinar today, October 1, with David White

Hi there! Here just a short reminder about today’s webinar with David White and Jörg Pareigis. The event will start on 14:00 CEST (check your timezone) and will be an introduction to Digital literacy. As usually, we will be using Zoom: https://kau-se.zoom.us/j/630384184. Please watch David’s video on the concept of Visitors and Residents before the […]

Finally the start of Topic 1 – Online participation & digital literacies!

Dear colleagues, We’ve seen a great start of ONL192 with lots of activity in the common ONL192 community space, in the PBL groups and in the blogs! We know that the first weeks of the course feel slightly overwhelming to most participants – but don’t worry, it will get a lot clearer once you start […]