Echoes of a “Gen X” childhood I grew up at the end of the non-digital age (if a label was needed, Gen X would probably be nearest the mark). In my childhood, I remember my parents buying the first desktop computer for our home running on Windows 3.11 and we had to use a […]
Online participation and digital literacies
Digital literacies and online participation are interrelated concepts that refer to the ability to effectively engage in digital environments. Digital literacies encompass a broad range of competencies and behaviors related to using digital technologie…
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When is Blended Learning?
In my “final” assignment post for ONL222, I committed to continuing developing my understanding of technology-enhanced learning and…
Let’s talk about (and with) ChatGPT!
What would you like ChatGPT to do for you, as a learner, educator, leader, friend, family member? What would you NOT want it to do?
HECC 2022 focused on post pandemic teaching and learning. It was short and sweet but packed with many insights.
ONL222 Lessons Learnt
ONL222 has created opportunities for networking and knowledge sharing. It also reduced boundaries to learning and collaboration. #ONL4ever!
This is the final reflection for the ONL course, a journey that we started a few months back. Thinking back, I have got to know new people and learned from them as well as with them how to use for instance technology, online environments and problem based learning in my teaching. In this course we […]
In this reflection I will mainly focus on the theme of how I as a teacher could provide support and facilitation in online and blended learning environments. Based on my experience, I would say that a purely online course is easier to arrange than a blended learning course, in which the students can choose whether […]
Designing a Good Blended Learning Experience
How should we define Blended Learning (BL)? Why does it have a bad name? How to go about designing a good BL experience for our learners?
This topic and the proposed idea for individual learning on an occasion, in which real collaborative learning took place made me think the time I was doing my master’s in Sweden at KTH. Collaborative learning can be defined as “a teaching method that brings together students to discuss a topic important for a given course […]
Yes, we are working as a team, but are we collaborating?
How does a sense of Belonging & Community relate to “Collaboration”? What’s the difference between Closed vs Open Learning Communities?