Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

This topic of ONL192 was about getting the teams to closely examine learning in communities, networking and collaboration. Our PBL scenario provided the experiential learning to allow us to address the the effectiveness of small collaborative learning groups in the online environment and the difference between collaboration and cooperation. This topic was where our group, PBL13,Continue reading “Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”

Open Educational Practices

Open Learning – Sharing and Openness

“Open Educational Practices” by oeps.scotland is licensed under CC BY 2.0   Topic 2 of ONL introduced a bunch of acronyms: OEP, OER, PLE, PLN. These acronyms are linked by the topics we had to consider: open education and sharing. Here are some definitions of these acronyms: OEP, open educational practices, are concerned with promoting and supporting equity and openness in education.OER, open educational resources, are openly licencedContinue reading “Open Learning – Sharing and Openness”


Topic 4 Implementing Blended Learning

During topic 4, we focused on the question ‘how to convince the head of the department to start with blended learning’. The scenario of Topic 4: “I have recently attended a course in online learning and it has offered many new insights regarding transformative opportunities for my own teaching. So how can I now put […]


Final thoughts about the ONL journey – and the impact of our digital tools

One of the main reasons for taking the ONL course was to gain confidence as a pedagogue. Earlier I had felt that although I can do well in my own teaching; I didn’t feel I had the language to express myself fully when talking about education with others. After these 12 weeks I think that … Fortsätt läsa Final thoughts about the ONL journey – and the impact of our digital tools

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Getting connected

In the beginning I found it a bit overwhelming what was coming at me. I also had to get used to planning the online synchronous sessions and the preparations. In combination with a family, work and other activities it took some time to manage it. I think this is an aspect of studying part-time students […]


Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford Collaborative Learning is one of those buzz words not only in education but also in what some media calls millennial jobs. With the expansion of digital economies and access to high-speed internet, now it is possible to learn or workContinue reading “Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”