For me, this was a great place to start the course – both in terms of the wider ONL content and the group work on this topic. Our understanding of digital tools and our participation in digital spaces forms the foundation of our ability to use these effectively. I was familiar with the concepts of digitalContinue reading “Topic 1 – Online participation and digital literacies”
The concept of literacy has become more multi-faceted and complex as technology, pedagogy and social consciousness have progressed. Just being able to read and write in one language is no longer sufficient in today’s society and workplace. Today it’s widely acknowledged that there are multiple literacies and literacies are not necessarily universal, but contextual toContinue reading “Digital Literacy(ies?)”
During the last two years, I was writing about screen-mediated family communication. Now, I’m trying to bring what I learnt …
This is my first take at summarizing and organizing what I’ll take away from our PBL group work from Topic 1. This infographic was created using Canva.
Hi there! Here just a short reminder about Monday’s Tweetchat with David White and Jörg Pareigis. The event will start on 15:00 CET (check your timezone) and will be a continuation of the discussions from last week’s webinar about Digital literacy. This will be the first Tweetchat of #ONL211 so do not miss the chance […]
This reflection was inspired by our discussions in the group and partly co-authored with Jonas Widtfelter. It stems from an attempt to figure out the push for digital literacy across the board. The pressures...
Now the 2 weeks of the first ONL202 topic “Digital literacies” have almost passed! The work in our PBL group has been fun and rewarding, and it feels like I have known the group for longer than I actually have. Exploring the topic has certainly taken some time but the activities of these past weeksContinue reading “My first blog post-Topic 1”
Over the past two weeks, we have been diving deep into the first topic of the Online Networked Learning course: Online participation and digital literacies, starting with a webinar by David White and Jörg Pareigis. The concepts of ‘Digital Natives and Immigrants’ (Prensky, 2001) and ‘Visitors and Residents’ (White & Le Cornu, 2011) were discussed… Continue reading Moving back-and-forth: Digital Visitors or Residents
Hi there! On Tuesday, we had the first Tweetchat of #ONL202 with David White on the topic of digital literacies and online participation. The event was a great success with plenty of participants and more than 200 tweets fired away in just one hour! There were many great, small conversations going on, just as you […]
The first topic in the ONL202 course is on online participation and digital literacies. The focus has been on identifying ourselves in the digital space, how literate (or accustomed) we are with the digital tools available, and how we use those tools in our daily lives. The motivation for this seemingly is to know ourselvesContinue reading “Digital Personality (ONL202 Topic 1)”
Hi there! Here just a short reminder about tomorrow’s Tweetchat with David White and Jörg Pareigis. The event will start on 10:00 CEST (check your timezone) and will be a continuation of the discussions from last week’s webinar about Digital literacy. This will be the first Tweetchat of #ONL202 so do not miss the chance […]
Have you been an online event feeling both excited and confused with all the new terms and tools? Have you been struggling if I could/should share this message online via social media or not? Have you been hesitating on opening a Twitter account or LinkedIn account or Instagram account or any account for professional use?Continue reading “1. Online participation & digital literacies”