This blog reflects on the topic of online participation and digital literacies. It draws from my own experience as a teacher in transitioning to distant learning due to the coronavirus outbreak.
During my bachelors studies, around 2007, I remember I asked one of my senior’s for getting invitation to Gmail for sending e-Mails to apply for a job. I think, that is the first step to enter to digital space. That was something exciting to encounter with a new technology. As I gained access to internetContinue reading “Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies”
I thought I had some digital literacy before I entered this ONL course, which was a mistake. And then I refer to my knowledge, not entering this course. Padlet, Whats App, Coogle, Prezi, Twitter, Google Drive… so many new experiences, and I have to confess that I am quite lost. I have also learned someFortsätt läsa “Online participation & digital literacies”
I embarked on the digital sea in the early 90’s, with email, and exclusively on a professional basis (cancer research). I don´t remember exactly when the next steps happened, but they involved the switch from the Current Contents paper catalogs to the Silver Platter CD’s and then to the amazing PubMed online searches for scientificContinue reading “On digital footprints and tools”
We are already in a transition period about learning an继续阅读“From the digital literacy to the role of teachers”
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How is “to learn” expressed in your language? In Swedish and Scandinavian languages, there is a reflexive component suggesting activity (att lära sig = “to learn/teach oneself”) that you find also in Russian and Slavic languages, but not in many of the other European languages. By contrast, “to get an education” and also “to obtainContinue reading “An old reflection”
I have created this blog as part of the ONL201 Course. I will be sharing my reflections about online learning as I go along. Stay tuned!
Modern education 2.0 I thought I was very modern twenty years ago when I went to Sweden’s only distance-education to a become a dental hygienist. Imagine, study using your computer instead of being at campus. Discipline and stubbornness (to navigate in a messy platform) were good qualities for attending that kind of education, which manyFortsätt läsa “Open Network Learning”