On this page you will find all PBL group work submissions. Click on the heading of each post and then on “Check out our work here” at the bottom of the post to see the linked work.

Posted on January 11, 2020
by Diego Andrade
Last topic of the course. Time to say goodbye. After several weeks of learning, exchanges, growth… a mixture of feelings comes over me. On the one hand, I am happy for the job done and also a little relieved that I no longer have to devote so many hours a week to the course. However,Continuar lendo "Final blog post"
Posted on January 10, 2020
by Diego Andrade
Hello! We are reaching the final stretch of the course and, despite so many weeks in contact with new knowledge, I feel that with each topic I have much more to learn. As I mentioned in the initial posts, this course uses an active teaching methodology in PBL (problem based learning) format. This means thatContinuar lendo "Design for online and blended learning"
Posted on January 9, 2020
by Karin Bergman
At the moment I only teach campus courses but I have experience with online courses as well, but that was some years ago, when technology wasn’t as good as it is now, and also I think that I lacked knowledge of the opportunities given by technology. During this topic I have read up on theFortsätt läsa "Topic 4 – Design for online and blended learning"
Posted on January 6, 2020
by Jan-Anders Ray
I think the main merit of participating in the course actually has been to take part in a structured online course entity, and through that becoming familiar with tools that can be useful when having to structure and run online and blended learning courses in the future. As this will be expected from us byContinue reading "Topic 5"
Posted on January 5, 2020
by Kiruthika Ragupathi
What does ‘being open’ mean and what is its value? Does the value lie in open content? Does the value lie in the interactions that occur through discussions? Does the value lie in openness created within social places, and not always confined to an ins...
Posted on December 23, 2019
by Peter Friis Johansson
After working with the ONL 192 course for a full three months it’s time to sum up my thoughts and lessons learnt. It’s been an exciting ride: meeting new friends in our PBL group, trying our way in problem based learning, struggling with how to make good use of digital tools, crazy scheduling to makeFortsätt läsa "The end of the beginning"
Posted on December 20, 2019
by Lisa-Marie Teubler
Watching Kay Odonne’s interesting lecture on Personal Learning Networks for this week’s topic, I wondered: How collaborative is my PLN? And, on a more basic level, what exactly does my PLN look like? For the most part, I try to draw on many different sources of knowledge during day to day practices. I read the … Continue reading "Is my PLN a collaborative learning environment?"
Posted on December 20, 2019
by Wibke Straube
This is my final entry addressing the ONL course – it’s on topic 5 “lessons learned – future practices” This course was quite an experience! It kept me breathless throughout – from being overwhelmed in the beginning by being confronted with a completely new experience of course design and learning activities, to further taking part … Continue reading Future practices of teaching
Posted on December 20, 2019
by Wibke Straube
This entry is part of the course ONL192 (topic 4 “Blended Learning / Design”)  In which way can emotions facilitate students’ learning experience? How can they create more commitment in students and in which way do they help the course to be completed by a majority of participants rather than a few? This entry, as … Continue reading Teaching and Emotions
Posted on December 20, 2019
by Wibke Straube
This entry is part of the course ONL192 (topic 3 Learning in Communities) Online teaching and learning can be a very distanced, detached experience – high drop out rates and incomplete assignments haunt the online learning environments in many conventional distance courses. Taking this course, the ONL 192, helped me to understand why this happens … Continue reading Learning through friendship
Posted on December 19, 2019
by Jan-Anders Ray
This topic got off to to a slow start for me, as I was on exchange at a partner university during the first week, thus missing out on the meeting held then, and thus finding it difficult to allocate time to contribute much during that week. Additionally, our group had by now shrunk to threeContinue reading "Topic 4"
Posted on December 18, 2019
by Lena Stangvik
After a week of reflections and discussions with myself and others it is time to make the final blog post about ONL192. The suggestions for the blog post is questions like; What effect has the learning experience from this course had on your development of personal learning networks and your own professional practice? What were … Fortsätt läsa Topic 5 – final blog post about ONL