Where, how, what, and with whom will you learn today?

Dear Reader, Our third topic on our ONL-course was Learning in Communities – networked collaborative learning. In other words, this topic is also the embodiment of our work in action during this course. While investigating this topic, I have thus also spent a lot of time navel-gazing and trying to observe our working methods fromContinue reading “Where, how, what, and with whom will you learn today?”

Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

Dear colleagues, Halfway through the course, we hope you have enjoyed the journey so far and that last week gave you opportunities to reflect and maybe catch up with your learning blog. Topic 3 – Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning begins today!  Is 1+1=2 or is there more to it? The coming two weeks […]

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Online fika

The third topic in #ONL191 is concerned with learning in communities, obviously with the focus on the networked aspect.  There is a lot of interesting evidence for the advantages of online working, most interestingly to me how this can promote higher-order thinking, meaning that students have more time to reflect and develop their ideas.  A […]

PBL Work, Topic 3, Group 3

Online collaboration includes and requires social and cognitive presence from the participants in association with the functions of teaching presence; design, facilitation and direction. According to literature, different aspects affect the learning process, especially regarding online learning and collaboration. We have chosen to focus on motivation, relationships on learning communities, curiosity, and sense of community.  Check out our work […]

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Cooperation vs Collaboration: Spot the difference

It has been whirlwind of activities for me on the professional, and personal front over the past month or so, making it a lot more challenging for me to keep up with my ONL work. But with the support of my group members and facilitators, I kept at it and I am where I am now, thankfully. Huge thanks to Elaine and David for the …