OK, so twelve weeks later, how are things? If you take a short moment to think, at how you felt at the start of ONL202 around mid-September and how you feel now, about the digital stuff that’s available out there, about your own capability? We hope you have found what you were looking for when […]
Topic 3, Learning in communities, is coming to an end soon. In case you missed them, here are links to the Tweetchat and webinar from this topic with our guest expert Kay Oddone, University of South Queensland , Australia. Link to Tweetchat summary. Links to webinar recording: Part 1 and Part 2.
We hope you have enjoyed the first topic and you are beginning to work well in your PBL groups. Now it’s time to move on to our second topic and for the coming two weeks you will be investigating open learning and the challenges and benefits of sharing educational resources and even whole courses with […]
Dear colleagues, Finally we have set off for the exciting learning journey of ONL192 and there is already lots of activity in the ONL192 community and on twitter! There are more than 100 registered participants who will study in 15 mixed PBL groups! In the course common ONL192 community there are also all facilitators and a […]
The next iteration of Open Networked Learning, ONL192, starts on 16 September 2019. We will soon be publishing the course overview and will be updating the web site during August. Participants from the following partner institutions for ONL192 can register for the course via their internal registration channels: Karolinska Institutet, Lund University, Linnaeus University, Stockholm […]