Online participation and digital literacies: rhizomatic re-mixing and doubts about it

BLOG Topic 1 What kind of online participation do I engage in and in what way? To what extent can I consider myself as digital literate, if at all? What kind of specific skills and attitudes do these digital activities requires? How can I become more digital literate, and finally, how can I as anContinue reading “Online participation and digital literacies: rhizomatic re-mixing and doubts about it”

Connected

We are connected. We have had our first webinar and also meetings with the PBL-group. To get started required some effort in order to orientate on the course web-site, set the blog and get a grip on what the PBL-group should do and who we are. But now it feels like I’ve started and thingsContinue reading “Connected”

Silicon(nected)

The reason why I am taking this course is to sharpen my pedagogical skills during a pandemic period in which we are ‘forced’ to online teaching. The ONL is very promising in that regard....

Silicon(nected)

The reason why I am taking this course is to sharpen my pedagogical skills during a pandemic period in which we are ‘forced’ to online teaching. The ONL is very promising in that regard....

Topic 3: Learning in communities

My personal experience in online collaboration extends to using learning management systems, chat platforms and document sharing platforms (and email). These experiences have always been complemented by having face-to-face meetings from time to time. I used two major platforms to communicate for collaboration with my teaching assistants: WhatsApp and Slack. I find each of themContinue reading “Topic 3: Learning in communities”

Blended bachelor: A collaborative learning experience stretched in time

In this blog post, I have chosen to reflect on an occasion when real collaborative learning took place, that moved my own thinking forward. In the beginning of 2000 I studied a full-time bachelor programme. It was a campus programme, but because of the subject matter (ICT and learning) many of the courses had elements … Continue reading Blended bachelor: A collaborative learning experience stretched in time