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Learnadoodledastic: MOOCING on Gas: Early Thoughts on Three Concurrent Offerings

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Why MOOCs are like Farmville | EDUCAUSE.edu

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Blending In: The Extent and Promise of Blended Education in the United States | The Sloan Consortium

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PLE Conference 2012

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Pew Internet: Social Networking (full detail) | Redes sociales, usos.

Highlights of the Pew Internet Project’s research related to social networking...
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Online learning in the workplace: a hybrid model of participation in networked, professional learning - Open Research Online

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Voices for Dialogue. Participation of Students in a School | Leite Méndez | Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research

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CORE NETWORKS, SOCIAL ISOLATION, AND NEW MEDIA

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(2011). CORE NETWORKS, SOCIAL ISOLATION, AND NEW MEDIA. Information, Communication & Society: Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 130-155.
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USING A WIDGET-BASED PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT TO FIND AND SHARE OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

ABSTRACT
This chapter introduces a widget-based Personal Learning Environment (PLE) specifically
designed for finding and sharing Open Educational Resources (OER) on the web. The aim of
this investigation is to raise awareness about the capabilities of widget-based PLEs to
researchers, educators and learners that are interested in finding and sharing OER.
The content of this chapter has been adapted from a paper submitted by the same authors to
the PLE Conference 2012.
This chapter can be reused by:
 Researchers, educators, and learners who want to find and share OER on the web.
 Researchers who investigate the impact and capabilities of PLEs in informal learning.
 Content providers who are looking for new ways to expose their OER on the web.
KEYWORDS
personal learning environment, widget, open educational resource

 

http://oer.kmi.open.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ROLE.pdf

 

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A Personal Cyberinfrastructure (EDUCAUSE Review)

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65 Libros sobre Redes Sociales en español

65 Libros sobre Redes Sociales en español | Entorno personal de aprendizaje. PLE | Scoop.it
Por Javier Gacimartin Trucos SEO Si te interesan los libros de redes sociales aquí puedes encontrar unos pocos que te ayudarán a des...
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Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development

Time and time again, research shows that teacher quality is by far the most
important factor in driving up standards in schools. Effective ongoing professional
development is key to ensuring that teachers perform to the best of their abilities,
keep abreast of new developments, and adapt their practice to take account of
these.
The UK government, like many others, has taken this message to heart. Underlining
its commitment to improving teacher quality in its 2010 white paper, The
Importance of Teaching, it has introduced a range of measures in this area, including
changes to Initial Teacher Training and the introduction of new Teaching Schools.
The government also recognises the importance of encouraging and enabling
teachers to learn from each other, stating that ‘we know that teachers learn best
from other professionals and that an ‘open classroom’ culture is vital: observing
teaching and being observed, having the opportunity to plan, prepare, reflect and
teach with other teachers.’
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Many teachers and school leaders would applaud this focus, and are already one
step ahead. Using emerging technologies and social media tools, teachers are
beginning to take control of their own professional development, finding new ways
to learn from each other, to reflect on their own practice, and to develop learning
and support networks of like-minded professionals all over the world.
In the current constrained financial climate where, despite the best intentions,
CPD budgets are often the first to be cut, this type of low cost, self-directed
teacher development is interesting. Might the spread of such informal, peer-based,
online CPD help to support the government’s drive to raise teaching standards,
supplementing the larger scale plans at minimal additional cost? This paper explores
this question, seeking to understand:
• How are teachers and other educators currently using social media to aid their
professional development, and what do they and their students gain from it?
• What evidence is there for the benefits of peer-to-peer teacher CPD, and for
using social media in this way?
• What can teaching learn from industry in this respect?
Drawing on emerging academic research in this area, and on the experience of
trailblazing teachers, it recommends a number of ways in which school leaders
and policymakers can exploit the benefits of social media for teacher professional
development.

 

http://pearsoncpl.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Tweeting-for-teachers.pdf

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Personal vs Personalized Learning

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The ‘trainer in your pocket’: mobile phones within a teacher continuing professional development (CDP) program in Bangladesh - Open Research Online

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Factores de éxito blended learning.

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What is Blended Learning? Combining Online & Offline Learning. | Education Elements

What is Blended Learning? Combining Online & Offline Learning. | Education Elements | Entorno personal de aprendizaje. PLE | Scoop.it
Intrigued by the potential of blended learning? Blended learning is modernizing schools & the ways in which students and teachers incorporate technology in the classroom.
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ScienceDirect.com - Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences - Reflections on Personal Learning Environments: Theory and Practice

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IJEP64.pdf The Dialogic Potential of ePortfolios: Formative Feedback and Communities of Learning Within a Personal Learning Environment

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The Dialogic Potential of ePortfolios: Formative Feedback and Communities of Learning Within a Personal Learning Environment

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Social networking and open educational resources: updating quality assurance for e-learning excellence - Open Research Online

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Embracing Web 2.0 & 3.0 Tools to Support Lifelong Learning - Let Learners Connect

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I am Online: What Adolescents Think about Internet and Internet Use

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Mapping Digital Competence: Towards a Conceptual Understanding

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The Self Organised Learning Environment (SOLE) School Support Pack. - ALT Open Access Repository

The Self Organised Learning Environment (SOLE) School Support Pack. - ALT Open Access Repository | Entorno personal de aprendizaje. PLE | Scoop.it

This document is designed to support the implementation of Sugata Mitra’s Self Organised Learning Environment (SOLE) into multiple school contexts. It contains ‘whole school’ related information for Head Teachers and senior staff in addition to teaching and learning support for teachers and support staff. A kindle version of Sugata Mitra's "Beyond the Hole in the Wall: Discover the Power of Self-Organized Learning" is available here http://goo.gl/iaL4B

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The Twitter experience : the role of Twitter in the formation and maintenance of personal learning networks

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National survey of student engagement. Annual Results 2010

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Major Differences:
Examining Student Engagement by Field of Study

VETERANS IN COLLEGE PERCEIVE LOWER LEVELS OF CAMPUS SUPPORT AND INTERACT LESS WITH FACULTY THAN NONVETERANS, SURVEY FINDS

A national survey released today finds that student veterans attending four-year colleges and universities in the United States generally perceive lower levels of campus support than nonveterans, and they also interact less often with faculty members. These differences were more systematic among seniors than first-year students. Despite spending more time working and caring for dependents, veterans spent as much time studying as their nonveteran peers. Read more »

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