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Edutec-e. 47 Marin, Lizana y Salinas: Cultivando el PLE: Una estrategia para la integración de aprendizajes en la universidad.

Edutec-e. 47 Marin, Lizana y Salinas: Cultivando el PLE: Una estrategia para la integración de aprendizajes en la universidad. | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
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En este trabajo se presentan los resultados finales de un estudio que tiene por objetivo el desarrollo del entorno personal de aprendizaje (PLE) de los alumnos, al mismo tiempo que se mejora el aprendizaje de estos. Para ello, se incorpora una estrategia metodológica de integración de entornos de aprendizaje formales e informales. Los participantes de este estudio son alumnos del Grado en Pedagogía de la Universidad de las Islas Baleares (España). Se han valorado los resultados a través de un cuestionario final y entrevistas al alumnado, así como a través del análisis de los mapas del PLE elaborados por ellos. Los resultados se orientan hacia una valoración positiva de la estrategia y al crecimiento incipiente del PLE.

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The Right Model for Live Online Classes | Inside Higher Ed

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Time to retire from online learning?

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Content Curation in the classroom: Scoop.it interview at the Ohio University

A class from Ohio University's social media certificate program called Content Curation skyped with the CEO & Co-Founder of Scoop.it, a social curation site. Students live-tweeted to capture the advice and inspiration from Scoop.it CEO & Co-Founder, uillaume Decugis.

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גם אנחנו שם????

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I was interviewed last week by the Social Media Content Curation class at the Ohio University: a vibrant group with lots of great questions and observations on the role content plays in communication.

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An E-Portfolio With No Limits -- Campus Technology

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Students at the University of Mary Washington build their academic identities on their own personal Web domain.
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Personal devices in higher education

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Thoughs on learning spaces at universities.

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How to Decide Which Content to Sell and What to Give Away for Free | Copyblogger

How to Decide Which Content to Sell and What to Give Away for Free | Copyblogger | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Excerpt from the great article by Chris Garrett and published on Copyblogger:
"How do you decide which content should be freely available and which content you ought to charge for?
Of course the answers will differ between different industries, topics, businesses, and writers.
First, we need to decide what your free content should do for you.

What can you achieve with free content?
The reason you are putting together all these free articles, podcasts, videos, and presentations, is that you want to get attention that grows your business.
With that in mind, here are some benefits that free content can provide for you, and the kinds of content that you should share:

- Free content can attract your specific target audience;
- Free content can encourage sharing your ideas;
- Free content can connect you with peers;
- Free content can inform the audience of your value;
- Free content can position you against competitors;
- Free content can answer objections;
- Free content can show proof and results;
- Free content can provide more reasons “why”;
- Free content can give a “free taste” that builds desire for the full meal;
- Free content can tell your story to show people who you are as a person;
- Free content can reward prospects for their attention;

Here’s when you should hoard information
There is a circumstance where your information is worth holding back and providing only to paying customers.
That is when:

1. People really want the information because it has significant value
If the information could...
- Provide a massive transformation in their life or business;
- Make them a great deal of money;
- Save them lots of time;
- Make them more popular;

...then they will be much more willing to invest in your solution.

2. The information is difficult to acquire
Yes, Google has exposed many things for free that had previously been knowledge reserved for the elite few.
But that doesn’t necessarily mean that your prospect can find it, or that the information is even out there and indexed.
Many of the thought leaders and gurus we know are in their positions because they hopped on a shiny new platform or tool and mastered it before anyone else.

Why people buy content
Part of the reason people will pay is because of trust.
It’s a weird psychological factor that people will trust education that they paid for more than something you gave away. The reason is because it has a higher perceived value, and also there is an implied “warranty.”

In addition...
- People will pay for in-depth, step-by-step guidance;
- People will pay for access and tailored advice;
- People will pay for exclusivity;
- People will pay for higher quality and better technology;
- People will pay for experiences;

What you should never give away
It’s difficult to give hard and fast rules, because for each of these ideas someone out there will be the exception.
But in general here is what your free content should not be:
- Free content shouldn’t be too complete;
- Free content shouldn’t give too much of the “how”;
- Free content shouldn’t provide free access;
- Free content shouldn’t involve a high barrier to entry;
- Free content shouldn’t cover advanced topics with many prerequisites;
- Free content shouldn’t require hard work by the reader;

Bottom Line
I don’t believe it is possible to be too helpful or too generous … provided you manage your time and energy, and that people know you are in business.
As mentioned earlier, you can give away everything you know and still there will be people who want to hear it from you, and who will pay you to help them implement it.
So share your best ideas, build your Minimum Viable Audience, and then make offers at the appropriate time.
It works..."

Each point is analyzed with detailed information and external links.

Read full, original and interesting article:
http://www.copyblogger.com/sell-or-give/


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@http://www.scoop.it/u/john-van-den-brink <br>Thank you so much for appreciation!!
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paulo Correia | Artigo publicado em Ciência & Educação | Mapas Conceituais

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Four Steps to Successful Global eLearning: On Time, Under Budget, Above Expectations by Wendy Farrell : Learning Solutions Magazine

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Teachers’ Most Powerful Role? Adding Context

Teachers’ Most Powerful Role? Adding Context | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
When information is available in abundance, teachers will still be subject matter experts, but their true value will lie in their ability to facilitate and share the expertise of their students.

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You’ve Implemented Mobile Learning – Now How Do You Sustain Interest? | The Upside Learning Blog

You’ve Implemented Mobile Learning – Now How Do You Sustain Interest? | The Upside Learning Blog | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it
One of the things I always like doing is talking to our customers about 6 months after our mobile performance support tool (Upside2Go) has been implemented in
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4 concepts émergents en éducation : apprentissages nomades, mooc, biens communs, data

Support de conférence donnée dans le cadre de la formation initiale et continue des professeurs documentalistes de la Martinique.


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eLearning Papers | Special Issue of eLearning Papers just published on latest MOOC research

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Knowledge sharing paradox revisited

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Comment le Community Manager peut-il intégrer le blog à sa stratégie social-média ?

Comment le Community Manager peut-il intégrer le blog à sa stratégie social-média ? | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Cet article a pour but de guider le Community Manager dans l'intégration d'un blog à sa stratégie social-média.


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Three Good Ways to Be Productive With Evernote ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Why successful consortia for online learning are so difficult

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Les COOCs ou MOOCs Corporate, nouveau cheval de Troie de la ... - Journal du Net

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"... Ce qui change vraiment à travers les COOCs (ou CLOM en français – Cours en ligne ouvert et massif) c’est l’évolution technologique majeure qui positionne le salarié au cœur de son apprentissage et diminue drastiquement la barrière entre l’entreprise et le monde extérieur. "

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Powerful Learning Practice | Keeping the Curriculum Context in Connected Classrooms

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Primary teacher Kathy Cassidy shares a year's worth of ideas about how to keep global learning activities in sync with curriculum goals and objectives.
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@twitthaus The 7Cs of Learning Design

Presentation given on behalf of Grainne Conole at NLC2014, 8 April 2014: description of the 7Cs of Learning Design framework and some background to the conce...
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Three elements of digital transformation

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Enterprise knowledge sharing requires trusted relationships

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Personalize Learning: What do you mean by Personalization?

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Elliot Washor writes a post about what really is personalization and deeper learning.
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