Digital Visitor or Just Silent?

During the OpenNetworkedLearning course we have been examining the continuum between the digital visitors and residents supplemented by the continuum of personal versus institutional use of different technologies. In this text I will take a look at one of the most commonly discussed aspects: social media platforms. My impression is that some of the leading motivations … Continue reading Digital Visitor or Just Silent?

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Exploring Digital Literacy

Topic 1 focused on digital literacy. I am still trying to figure out how this blog is supposed to work, and connectivity can be problematic at times. But I hope that I am moving in the right direction. Navigating digital platforms is something that takes time to master properly. Working full time does not allow […]

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My First Blog Post

Opportunities don’t happen, you create them. — Another cool quote 🙂 This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. i am writing this blog as part of an online training. So if you also participate in the Open Network Learning course, I’m […]

Hello from Winterthur, Switzerland

hello together I work as an e-learning manager at the School of management and law. I work professionally with… Media didactic support & consulting on the use of e-learning Support of the learning environment Moodle Multimedia and video production for the university landscape i love new technologies and am enthusiastic for new things! we see […]

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Week 1

ONL-192 My journey so far on the ONL 192 Journey has been an interesting one. I have created this blog….which i am hoping is correct. I now have a twitter account, i have read up on pedagogical design and understand that the FISh means Focus Investigate and Share, which has nothing to do with our […]

Connecting week

Meeting with PBL group 7 has been good so far. I do not have much experience with blogs and am hoping to learn a lot more as the weeks progress. This blog will serve as a reflection for the Open Networked Learning course and I plan on providing regular updates as I learn new things. […]

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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 …

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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 …

Lessons Learnt

Our group has had our challenges in trying to keep it all together, but we have persevered and here we are at the end of the course. We compared an online or blended course to an orchestra, where the facilitator is the conductor, and learners are the musicians, each skilled in different ways, but all […]

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It’s just a chair…. Learning environments and how they matter…

  Teaching is an art form, according to educational studies scholar Diane Laurillard; it is entertainment and also – in order to be “teaching” it needs to be more than just entertainment. It is based on a “formally defined goal” (Laurillard 2013:1) with the aim to create a space of reflection, to create learning and … Continue reading It’s just a chair…. Learning environments and how they matter…