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A video summary of four articles related to experiences, and strategies for creating professional learning networks in an organization. With a nod to Vi Hart...
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Changing your behaviour to develop a personal/professional learning network will be essential to thrive in an era of perpetual change. The old focus on Continuing Professional Development is no longer fit for purpose and this video delivers advice on creating a network based on research
This presentation focuses on the role of specific approaches, namely gamification and various types of simulation, to motivate and energize learners in a more i
Last week I wrote a post about Connected Learning and how it offers a semi-directed, semi-structured approach to workplace learning that fits between the directed, structured knowledge sharing (aka...
Presentation to Camosun College faculty as part of the Camosun Open Textbook adoption workshop in May, 2013.
In this new RSA Animate, Manuel Lima, senior UX design lead at Microsoft Bing, explores the power of network visualisation to help navigate our complex moder...
The exponential growth of social media and ubiquitous use of mobile technology has changed the way we communicate both socially and for many also professionally
Useful research identifying factors that contribute to high quality distance learning courses and how to overcome barriers to offering them
Educational challenges... This trip takes you to a reflection on the use of learning outcomes, the role of the learner, quality assurance, sparkling learning en
Keynote, ICELW, New York, 12 June 2014
Great presentation recognising that the training paradigm is past its sell by date!
Owning the place oflearning principlesfor designingpersonal learningspaces for learnersand teachersGráinne Conole and Mike KeppellEDEN Conference, Oslo13th Jun
Keynote at the 2013 Teaching & Learning to the Power of Technology Conference at Saskatchewan, Canada. Abstract: The last ten years have seen dramatic changes i
Slides from a two-hour session at BBC North, 10 May 2013.
Good idea if it's secure. Might replace traditional Universities for people that are used to learning online.
add your insight...
Interesting possibilities . . .
During the past year, the phenomenon of Massive Open Online Courses – or MOOCs – has been a trend du jour within academia. Framed by co-founder George Sieme
Presented to 10th Annual Open Education Conference Park City, Utah
Slides on pedagogy and technology dance and development.
Discussion of the role of OERs in MOOCs, with particular attention to the MOOC we are offering with UdeM in French on OERs (RELs in French). Originally planned
Networked Teachers Unlocking the potential of social networks for professional development Catania October 17th, 2013 Maria Ranieri Dep. of Education and Psycho
La otra parte del engranaje. El docente conectado en red...eTwinner
Keynote address to learning professionals at Ultimate software.
Presentation at the Graduate Employment Conference: The Economic Value of Higher Education. Commonwealth Association of Universities, Auckland, 12th July, 2013.
Una perspectiva integradora e interesante.
(Slideshare - 12 juillet 2013)
Keynote presentations of the EDEN Conferences via Slideshare
Keynote presentations from #EDENOslo: 2013 EDEN Annual Conferernce keynotes:
Sir Ken Robinson (via live satellite)
Current research into the use of mobile devices and tablet computers like the iPad indicate there are multiple opportunities to support and enhance learning and
Presentation on MOOCs and their role in society. Part of the Euro-MOOC Workshop
Love them or hate them MOOCs are here to stay.
A presentation at the annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Librarians and Information Professionals in Scotland, 4th June 2013.
I see some great potential in the OpenBadges concept, the next 12 to 24 months should be quite interesting in terms of how people/organisations implement and how widely it becomes utilised.
worth keeping an eye on
Invited Speaker presentation at the Australian Higher Educational Industrial Association (AHEIA) conference in Sydney, 17 May 2013. This audience consisted main
Peer assessment may lead to better learning outcomes. In his Human Computer Interface course, Scott Klemmer of th HCI Group found that students can be put to work reviewing their cohorts.
As expected, the solution to the massive grading problem of MOOCs is to be found in the clever use of peer assessment.