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The future of learning is ... social

Invited presentation, Professional Learning Europe conference, Köln, Germany, 21 September 2011...
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Sistemas operativos moviles

Desarrollo de un producto formativo sobre la “Web 2.0 aplicada al e-Learning: e-Learning 2.0” aplicando laintegración de los Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje...

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Mobile Learning at Open University Malaysia

Mobile Learning at Open University Malaysia (mooc sept201)...
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Clibe: A digital notebook that allows you to showcase your creative talents

Clibe: A digital notebook that allows you to showcase your creative talents | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

There are a myriad of creative applications for sharing videos, links and music, but few allow you to extend personal projects or ideas. Clibe—a digital sketchbook app that has just soft-launched—allows you to create on an iPad just as you would with paper and pen, and then share the book with friends or add it to Clibe's public gallery space. Your entire notebook (which can also be kept completely private) lives in the cloud, so you are also able to access it from any computer. When someone shares a book with you all of their changes are reflected in your copy as well making it a living document...


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MOOC on mobile learning at Open University Malaysia

MOOC on mobile learning at Open University Malaysia | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Mobile learning at OUM started with the formation of an research team on m-learning in August 2008. Its first task was to determine how ready OUM learners would be for mobile learning. We surveyed almost 3,000 learners throughout Malaysia and found that more than 80 percent of the learners said they would be ready for learning through their mobile phones. We first experimented with podcasts and moved on to using sms to support the blended mode of learning at OUM and found that the latter worked extremely well.


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Conectivismo, una teoría para la era digital

Conectivismo, una teoría para la era digital | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Ha venido cambiando la forma en como aprendemos. Es necesario replantear todos aquellos esquemas presenciales que se fundamentan en que el conocimiento lo tiene el profesor y los estudiantes se convierten en replicadores de esa información.

Las teorías del aprendizaje con las cuales hemos tenido que revisarlas y aplicarlas en determinados momentos, se han basado principalmente en las estructuras de aprendizaje del ser humano, tomando al individuo como el ser que aprende bajo sus propias estructuras cognitivas, a través de estrategias de repetición, experiencia y conocimiento.

 


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Tabletas, Smartphones y el Futuro de la Fotografía en la Web

Tabletas, Smartphones y el Futuro de la Fotografía en la Web | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
Muchos pronostican el declive del PC, que seguirá en uso pero sólo para ciertas tareas, mientras que la mayor parte de usuarios tendrá todo lo que necesita en una tableta. Se estima que 2012 se venderán 120 millones de PCs, frente a 100 millones de tabletas. Esto da una idea del vertiginoso cambio de tendencia que estamos viviendo.

Paralelamente, los teléfonos inteligentes (smartphones) se usan cada vez más para navegar por internet desde cualquier lugar y en cualquier momento. La calidad de las pantallas y la potencia de estos aparatos los hacen cada vez más interesantes para muchos usos.

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The MOOC Guide

The MOOC Guide | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
The purpose of this document is two-fold:
- to offer an online history of the development of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
- to use that history to describe major elements of a MOOC

Each chapter of this guide looks at one of the first MOOCs and some early influences. It contains these parts:
- a description of the MOOC, what it did, and what was learned
- a description of the element of MOOC theory learned in the offering of the course
- practical tools that can be used to develop that aspect of a MOOC
- practical tips on how to be successful

Contribute to this Book

You are invited to contribute. If you participated in a MOOC, add a paragraph describing your experience (you can sign your name to it, so we know it's a personal story). If you know of resources or can add information about an element of MOOC theory, add to or edit the text that already exists. If you know of tools, provide a link to the tool, a short description, and your assessment of the tool.
If you have a tip, add the tip.

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10 Principles of Successful E-Learning

10 Principles of Successful E-Learning | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

In 2005, Professors Anderson and McCormick wrote A Common Framework for E-learning Quality and Ten Pedagogic Principles of E-Learning, describing an approach to the development of effective e-learning programs.

According to Professors Anderson and McCormick, the Ten Principles may help designers to construct pedagogically sound e-learning materials and related activities. The principles may also help teachers to choose resources; design teaching and learning activities based on those resources; and support such activities while they take place.

 

Explore the Ten Pedagogic Principles of E-Learning as defined by Anderson and McCormick and see how they are applied through the itslearning platform.

 


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15 tips to get the most out of Google Docs

15 tips to get the most out of Google Docs | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Believe it or not, Microsoft Office is over two decades old now. And in that time, it has grown to become the number one commercial office suite across the world, with applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint the default tools of choice for enterprises and consumers alike.

Of course, there are a number of free alternatives, such as Open Office and SoftMaker (2008), but with compatibility issues, lack of familiarity and without full-feature functionality, millions chose to stick it out with the original Microsoft Office. But then Google Docs arrived on the scene.

Google Docs: A potted history

Google starting rolling out its answer to Microsoft Office after acquiring Upstartle, creators of Web-based word processor Writely, in March 2006. Google later launched Google Labs Spreadsheets in June 2006, which was based on XL2Web from 2Web Technologies. Writely was fully integrated with Google accounts in September 2006...

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e-learning, conocimiento en red: Resumen Informe Horizon 2011, Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria. ITE

e-learning, conocimiento en red: Resumen Informe Horizon 2011, Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria. ITE | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Si el sábado 6 de agosto de 2011 bajo el título The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition .. trajimos a este espacio el Informe Horizon, hoy gracias al Instituto de Tecnologías Educativas (ITE) podemos disponer de su traducción en un resumen.... así nos lo cuentan en su web: Resumen Informe Horizon 2011 - Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria. Pues gracias por el trabajo y por compartirlo .... ahhhh!!! se me olvidaba .. y un saludo al amigo @carlosjmedina por recordarme que andaba el enlace perdido entre la tonelada de favoritos.. y por todo lo demás!!! ...

El Departamento de Proyectos Europeos del Instituto de Tecnologías Educativas (ITE) presenta un nuevo resumen del Informe Horizon 2011, correspondiente a la edición de Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria. Como viene siendo habitual en este informe de periodicidad anual, se analizan las seis tecnologías que mayor impacto tendrán en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje en estos niveles educativos. Estas tecnologías, previstas para ser adaptadas en los centros escolares de Enseñanza Primaria y Secundaria en plazos de tiempo de uno a cinco años, son descritas y mostradas a través de algunos de los muchos proyectos que están siendo desarrollados en diferentes instituciones educativas...

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Diseña tu propio PLE

Diseña tu propio PLE | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Sue Waters, editora de The Edublogger, comparte desde su wiki un interesante manual para iniciarse en la construcción de un Entorno Personal de Aprendizaje. Este manual, especialmente la parte referente a las herramientas, se desarrolló a partir de las respuestas de 160 personas al siguiente cuestionario:

¿Qué es lo mas importante que has aprendido de tu PLE?

Clasifica las herramientas de tu PLE según su importancia

¿Qué cinco herramientas recomendarías como punto de partida para construir un PLE?

¿Que cinco consejos darías a la gente que quiera comenzar a desarrollar su PLE...

 

 


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100 Mobile Tools for Teachers | Cellphones.org

100 Mobile Tools for Teachers | Cellphones.org | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

It is a common-known fact that teaching is a labor of love for most educators. They are overworked and under-appreciated and many of them spend their own money, time and energy to improve their students’ education. With all of the new mobile tools on the market today, teachers can more easily work from satellite locations, share educational resources and access school-related data directly from their cell phones. Here are 100 mobile tools for teachers that make the grade.

 

Educational Research Tools

1.RefDesk

Teachers can quickly access news and reference materials through this easy-to-use online tool that features a currency converter and calculator and includes quick links to most Internet-based email providers and search engines.

 

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Taller de Producción Audiovisual #tallerAV

Taller de Producción Audiovisual #tallerAV | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Bienvenidos a este espacio en el cual trabajaremos en la producción Audiovisual con Dispositivos Móviles.

Naveguen a partir de las diferentes opciones del MENÚ SUPERIOR para familiarizarse con el contenido y si desean contactarnos, pueden enviarnos un mensaje a partir del formulario de la pestaña CONTACTO del mismo.

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Evolución del PLE y el MOOC

Evolución del PLE y el MOOC | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Con el desarrollo de la web se traslada al medio digital los entornos de aprendizaje analógicos. Son los PLE (Personal Learning Environent).

Ocurre lo mismo con la enseñanza libre que se traduce en un MOOC y que evoluciona hacia una gestión mediante agentes artificiales.

 


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To blog or not to blog? The academic’s conundrum - The History Blogging Project

To blog or not to blog? The academic’s conundrum - The History Blogging Project | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Yesterday, at the History Faculty, University of Oxford, I gave a presentation on blogging and debated the role of blogging in academia. The use of blogs and social media is, generally, a fairly new phenomenon and is certainly viewed with some suspicion in academic circles.

Therefore, in the spirit of the day, I thought I’d outline some of the main points I presented and discuss the areas of contention and the potential for agreement.

The Evolution of My Blog

I began blogging when I lived and worked in the USA. I was having a jolly good time exploring the best of American culture. I enjoyed sharing these experiences with friends and family by sending them animated narratives via email. I soon realised that a more effective way of communicating my American adventure would be via an online diary. I set up a basic website and purchased the domain name ridgenewman.com.

While in the US, I worked as a journalist and writer. I found that my website was also a good place to collate and present selected published articles. My website was used as a platform for both my personal diary as well as more professionalised and academic texts. I stayed away from blog applications at that time, because I liked the style control that my personal website gave me.

On my return to the UK, I became politically involved with the Conservative Party. I subsequently became academically interested in the Party’s embryonic use of Facebook in the campaign Boris for London Mayor. It inspired my research focus and led to my doctoral project, which seeks to understand the role of new political communication in the organisational culture of the Conservative Party – comparing TV in the 1950s with internet technologies in the 2000s...

 


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15 Free Display Graphics to Use with Your E-Learning Courses » The Rapid eLearning Blog

15 Free Display Graphics to Use with Your E-Learning Courses » The Rapid eLearning Blog | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

A lot of rapid elearning content finds its roots in repurposed classroom slides. The challenge is to rework the screens and get rid of the bullet points so they don’t always look like classroom slides.

A great way to get out of the PowerPoint look is to create screens that hold content in different ways. For example, if you put a TV monitor on the screen you’re less inclined to use bullet points. So a good way to rework the screens (and get rid of bullet points) is to think of different types of display screens you can use as content holders.

WARNING: Course context is everything. So don’t get rid of bad bullet points and replace them with display screens that make no sense.

With that said here are a few ideas from previous posts and those are followed with some new ones and free downloads...

 

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Understanding Online Content Curation

Understanding Online Content Curation | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
Understand what online content curation is and how curated content fits into your overall marketing campaign, the Do’s and Don’ts of content curation.

 

Like fashion, Internet Marketing as SEO promotional techniques are often recycled and “re-launched” as something new and exciting.
In the fast moving world of Internet Marketing , where media, platforms and “Hot Sites” change and evolve at a rapid pace it is important for you to understand how online content curation fits into your overall marketing campaign.

 

Chances are you are already curating content online in some form without even being aware of it. So what is a curator and what is content curation? A curator is anyone who actively manages a collection. The curator seeks the best examples of relevant things to add to the collection and gets rid of anything that doesn’t fit.

 

Online Content Curation – The Concept...


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Massive open online course - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Massive open online course - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
A Massive open online course (MOOC) is a course where the participants are distributed and course materials also are dispersed across the web. This is possible only if the course is open, and works significantly better if the course is large.
The course is not a gathering, but rather a way of connecting distributed instructors and learners across a common topic or field of discourse.[4] MOOCs are a more recent form of online course development, departing from formats that rely on posted resources, Learning Management Systems, and structures that mix the LMS with more open web resources.[5]
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Open Educational Resources and the Role of the University (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE

Open Educational Resources and the Role of the University (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Anka Mulder is President of the OpenCourseWare Consortium and Secretary General of Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.

Comments on this article can be posted to the web via the link at the bottom of this page.

Open Educational Resources (OER) have become an unstoppable development since MIT started publishing educational resources online as OpenCourseWare (OCW) in 2001. Four years ago, the OCW Consortium (http://www.ocwconsortium.org/) was founded, and more that 250 institutions have since joined. The OCW Consortium is the largest international OER organization, but there are many other OER initiatives and organizations. At present, hundreds of higher education institutions worldwide produce, reuse, and remix educational materials. The fact that educational content is becoming more widely available—free and online—leads to the question: What role will colleges and universities play in the future? Some in higher education fear that when institutions “give away” their content, the only added value they have left is certification, turning colleges and universities from institutions of knowledge into educational certification factories...


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El mlearning no existe y el elearning pronto dejará de ser

El mlearning no existe y el elearning pronto dejará de ser | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Proliferan por ahí artículos, cursos y derivados que pretenden fijar y desarrollar el concepto de "mlearning"; determinadas empresas se frotan las manos pues aunque no corren buenos tiempos para la lírica, se abre un nuevo mercado del conocimiento. Nos volvemos a equivocar, de nuevo intentamos montarlo todo en torno a la tecnología, a la herramienta, a la modalidad.

 

La eficacia de nuestros aprendizajes depende de infinidad de variables, luego los procesos formativos deben partir siempre de planteamientos rigurosos o, cuando menos, de estrategias y diseños serios. Afirmar que una actividad formativa ha sido diseñada para mlearning pierde para mí bastante credibilidad y garantía de calidad; un proceso formativo, en todo caso, se podrá beneficiar de lo que los dispositivos móviles nos aportan: podremos proporcionar podcast para escuchar en el bus, píldoras de vídeo para ver en el sofá, propiciar la comunicación entre iguales, pedir determinados test,... sin hablar de los procesos de gestión donde hay mucho que aportar. Pero no todo debería girar en torno al uso de determinado tipo de dispositivo pues seguramente perderíamos muchas posibilidades que no caben en 4 pulgadas de tamaño.

Por tanto, una actividad formativa tendrá más o menos carga de acceso móvil, en función de las necesidades organizativas de los alumnos y de la estrategia metodológica elegida.

Si creemos que el mlearning tiene entidad suficiente para ser desarrollado como concepto, entonces tendremos que aceptar pulpo como animal de compañía, y hablar de tabletLearning, eBookLearning,...


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Introduction To Blogging

Introduction To Blogging | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it
A Basic Binder Of Tutorials, Examples And Uses Of Blogs In The Classroom...

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Personal Learning Network

Personal Learning Network | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

Personal/Professional Learning Networks, are virtual communities where educators can connect with other educators. Share tips, resources and materials, collaboratively create materials and learning opportunities, and essentially create a network to support your professional practice. In addition, your PLN can help you connect your classroom to the world! Students can also develop their learning community. Where can they go to get information and resources, and share with others? Can such a network have educational value? Absolutely! The tools below are for teachers and for students...


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Top 110 social media infographics

Top 110 social media infographics | E-Learning, M-Learning | Scoop.it

The best infographics about social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Google plus, Linkedin and Youtube...

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