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Musing over Topic 1: Online Participation & Digital Literacies

In the past weeks, I have begun dipping my toes into digital learning and collaboration. It’s still murky but I must say that it is less daunting now. The effort by the group (PBL13) – and the many people behind the scene tirelessly supporting us makes a world of difference. David White’s videos on digitalContinue reading “Musing over Topic 1: Online Participation & Digital Literacies”

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Topic 1: Online Participation & Digital Literacies

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Open Networked Learning (ONL) just started and the first topic is about online participation and digital literacies and we already got an excellent introduction to new concepts about digital citizens and the levels of engagements and exposure of someone in an online environment, thus the distinguish between resident and…

Topic 1 Reflection: Risk of DPOD, anyone?

I checked out Beetham and Sharpe’s (2011) theoretical framework, Jisc. I looked for a definition of digital literacy and found this: “Digital literacy looks beyond functional IT skills to describe a richer set of digital behaviours, practices and identities. What it means to be digitally literate changes over time and across contexts, so digital literaciesContinue reading “Topic 1 Reflection: Risk of DPOD, anyone?”

Getting Started with Online Teaching: Respecting Digital Differences & Learning from Your Elders

This reflective blog post comes at an interesting time for online teaching. The spread of COVID-19 has not only meant that professors at Harvard have had to replace handshakes with ‘elbow bumps’, but also that many classes simply had to be moved online to avoid contact. This move might however not be as simple asFortsätt läsa “Getting Started with Online Teaching: Respecting Digital Differences & Learning from Your Elders”

Reflection

This is a short reflection on our Connecting week in the ONL201 course. I only learned that I would take the course a few days before it actually started, and I am happy to be on board, so to speak. We have had the starting week and then a Connecting week. For me, the firstContinue reading “Reflection”