Lessons learned – ONL191

The #ONL191 course has come to an end, and we have been asked to reflect on what we have learned, and what we will do differently in the future, as a result of the course. What have I learned? I have seen that online-only courses can work, and I have tried to identify the areas […]

For Topic 5 we used a Mindmup to summarize the main learning points of ONL191 and also to give a few pointers for future direction. The map is the result of addressing a number of questions during the last two weeks of the course as well as looking back to the previous four topics. Check […]

Dear all, Here is the rather belated contribution of PBL4 to Topic 4. We used Flipgrid to produce a video that would persuade a potential head/manager to develop online courses as well as enticing the “reluctant” participant. Much fun! Check out our work here

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Time and Space for Online Learning: My Reflection

I honestly did not think I could make it to the end of ONL191, but I did and for that I am grateful to my facilitators Elaine and David and my group members, primarily Caroline, and Bengt, who unfortunately had to drop out due to his heavy workload. It has been a wild ride right from the start but happy that I stayed the course …