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The (delightfully) macabre stories of host behavior manipulations by parasites

Are you truly the master of your own behaviors? This lecture presents some examples that may make you think twice! I presented this lecture to acquire the title of Docent in Biology from the Lund University, Sweden. The aim was for my peers to judge my teaching competences, and for me to convey a message … Continue reading The (delightfully) macabre stories of host behavior manipulations by parasites

Where, how, what, and with whom will you learn today?

Dear Reader, Our third topic on our ONL-course was Learning in Communities – networked collaborative learning. In other words, this topic is also the embodiment of our work in action during this course. While investigating this topic, I have thus also spent a lot of time navel-gazing and trying to observe our working methods fromContinue reading “Where, how, what, and with whom will you learn today?”

OER’s – Learning to share

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFeyCc6we-s The video is an introduction to using Open Education Resources (OER), the video refers to education being costly and not easily accessible as well as material not being updated which can have serious implica…

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Topic 2: Openness and sharing – do these keys really unlock that door?

Dear reader, The second topic of our intensive ONL-course began with the Padlet exercise and discussion (https://padlet.com/alacre/ONL192T2; embedded below), where Kay Oddone and Alastair Creelman had posted a video on openness in education for us to watch (https://play.lnu.se/media/t/0_o3kepcds). The video was captivating, and I was very curious to learn more about the possibilities of openness […]

Who are we?

In the Connecting week we were introduced to our PBL group and we had to present ourselves to the others groups.
We decided to do our presentation using a Padlet.
So, may I present to all of you PBL Group 5!!!
PBL Group 5 – ONL 192

Openness in Education

I watched the movie on openness and sharing in education. I found this presentation extremely interesting and I recognised myself and others in these questions ! What means a closed/open door ? Who is left outside ? Who should be able to access the higher education learning space ? If I think about the question […]

From a Visitor to resident

The first topic was explored over two weeks, we were all still newly learning to engage with one another online as well as learning new skills needed to become residents online rather than just visitors. I am learning that being digitally literate we s…

From a Visitor to resident

The first topic was explored over two weeks, we were all still newly learning to engage with one another online as well as learning new skills needed to become residents online rather than just visitors. I am learning that being digitally literate we s…

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Digital Literacy: visitor vs resident

Hi everybody! White & Le Cornu presentations make me enter a new world. What is to be a visitor or a resident? I decided to google a bit more about “digital literacy” and I found this very interesting article. You can read more following the link below , but here is what I extracted from […]