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 […]
How does a sense of Belonging & Community relate to “Collaboration”? What’s the difference between Closed vs Open Learning Communities?
ONL222 is now at the half-way mark. Now is the best time to catch up on past readings, reflect on what we have learnt thus far.
Previously I have come across to the concept of openness in relation to open science and open access. It was nice to see, how similar kind of thoughts were evoked. In relation to open access publishing, I had previously come across also the creative commons licenses that I at the time found quite difficult. Therefore, […]
It felt good to once again attend a conference in person, mingle with other participants, presenters. This is my reflections for NTEL 2022.
Open Learning has emerged victorious! But is it truly a victory?
There are dangers with sharing personal views via social media (e.g. Twitter) but also positives of using it in education. So, what to do?
MOOCs have been around for a long time, and the numbers seem to keep increasing. MOOCs are courses that are Massive, delivered…
In this topic, the scenario made me to think about the relationship of confidence and capabilities in relation to digital technologies and their usage. Personally, I feel rather confident of my capabilities with digital tools and systems. I have grown up during the time that the evolution of digital tools has been rather fast, when […]
The V&R approach helps people explore how they engage with the Web, and also provides an interesting angle in looking at digital literacies.
A lifelong learning journey will be filled with ups and downs, just like a roller coaster. Enjoy the ride!
PBL can motivate learners to gain a deeper understanding of concepts, link prior knowledge so as to make reasoned decisions and defend them.