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Digital literacies for a changing learning context

Digital literacies for a changing learning context
By Gráinne Conole, University of Leicester
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Educating Differently

"Sharing my work online has become a huge part of the way i learn. those connections make it possible for me to gain a bigger audience, which means more feedback and more learning. a lot more people are finding me now" - Mark Klassen.

 

what is "better education"? the speaker speaks about what is better, and also (i think) his positioned MOOCs in the education system; and contrast it with the real education.

 

about educating differently; in the second half of the video, the speaker makes interesting argument, which i tink very much relevant to any teachers teaching in any age group including Higher Education.


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The 1-minute guide to MOOCs

The 1-minute guide to MOOCs | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

If you’re wondering what MOOCs are about, here’s a brief overview. All in 1 minute. For fast readers.


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Knowing, Making, Playing

Knowing, Making, Playing | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Issues of social practices in the 21st century teaching and learning; interesting suggestion in recasting existing pedagogies with new digital tools; looking at the new learning and knowledge ecology. activity of making context, through experimentation (“play”) enabled by technology.

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Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner

“Students want to be measured”, that could be a revelation; how to measure and how to reward properly; and the challenge to link between digital technology and appropriate pedagogy.

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Australian universities on the cusp of profound change: Ernst & Young report - Ernst & Young - Australia

Australian universities on the cusp of profound change: Ernst & Young report - Ernst & Young - Australia | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it
"Time is running out for traditional university business models", says a report from EY, the report also recommend three types/model of university for the future. I think this support the argument to emphasize on innovating the pedagogy.
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Social media’s influence on traditional qualitative research

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Abby Leafe, principal of New Leafe Research and a QRCA member, explained how the use of social media affected her research on digital dating violence. “As part of a project that had several components, I created a Facebook account that was somewhat personalized and friended the participants before conducting research. They saw me there like all their other friends. Being Facebook friends with the participants added a layer of friendliness and intimacy to the research. It got them to open up more,” Leafe says.

 

a very interesting article on how research, or at least social research has been affected because the society has been affected by affordances of web 2.0.

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The Role of Content Curator in Workplace Learning

The Role of Content Curator in Workplace Learning | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

I think the article provokes an exciting thought; what would content-curator’s role in workplace learning? The predominant pedagogy approach used in workplace learning (WPL) is reflection.

 

One of the blog at http://community.paper.li/2012/03/07/why-a-content-curator-is-not-an-editor/ quoted a definition of curator as “…someone who continually finds, groups, organizes and shares information resources.”; in passing, it doesn’t imply a deep reflective process which underpins the learning in WPL. Its popularity is almost like a by-product of the exponential growth of user generated content in the web and the inability of computer algorithm to comb through those contents (http://www.fastcompany.com/1834177/content-curators-are-new-superheros-web).

 

But is it just that? Sadly, the original article that provoked my thinking on content curator and WPL, IMHO, did not unpack its statement. Just because a content-curator platform can be used to curate WPL-related content, do not make it valuable (or even relevant) to the practice of WPL.

 

Reflecting on my own practice since I join the world of digital curating using Scoop.it, I found it’s an exciting process; it’s rather difficult to explain, the excitement is somewhere between bookmarking for my own personal use, blogging my opinion to share to others, and participating in a community of practice. Blog can be intimidating to some people, when our light-bulb is not lit, people who are not a prolific blogger would shy away from the practice. Social-bookmarking can be boring since the lack of appealing visual presentation and difficult to present my annotation in a manner that is attractively consumable by others. Content Curator offers a set of affordances which seemingly can overcome the awkwardness of the other two tools.

 

How that would then can benefit the practice in WPL? Would be interesting to explore.


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Free online courses will change universities

Free online courses will change universities | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

With the discussion of MOOC and badge system, “University is no longer the lone custodian of knowledge” I think that sentence has its merits, but would it need to be said in a context; such as “in teaching”? How about “in research”? does university’s role changes in research?

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What makes for good workplace learning? At a glance (2003)

"Education and training is no longer seen as being solely the realm of educational institutions. Education and training is increasingly viewed in terms of a broader system involving workplaces, educational institutions, individuals and a variety of other government and community organisations." WPL from the business' point of view.

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Seismic shift in learning as study tourists go online

Seismic shift in learning as study tourists go online | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

a shift in attitudes towards education, driven by open content through YouTube.

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UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning

UNESCO Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

source: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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Running a MOOC

Running a MOOC | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

can't resist to scoop this one, i think it's a sobering word about MOOC, which allow us to think about it deeper and hopefully have a better understanding of its practice.


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List on MOOCs

List on MOOCs | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it
UPDATE 08.14.2012: This week marks the launch of MOOC MOOC, and given the insane amount of content that\'s already been produced, we\'re going to hold off on updating this ongoing list o\' links.

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more those #metamooc fans

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Social Content Curation: An Introductory Guide for Teachers and Students

Social Content Curation: An Introductory Guide for Teachers and Students | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Robin Good: "7 Things You Should Know About Social Content Curation" is a technology brief from Educause which aims to introduce, explain and illustrate the emerging social curation trend and why it is relevant to teaching and learning.

 

From the official abstract: "An emerging class of online tools, including Pinterest, Scoop.it, EduClipper, and others, allows users to quickly and easily gather, organize, and share collections of online resources, particularly visual content.


These applications make it easy to collect and post disparate bits of content, providing visual groupings at a glance that can reveal important patterns.


In academic settings, they can facilitate more visual thinking and discussion among students while providing a means to share collections of online content."



Informative. Good introductory text. 7/10

 

ePUB: http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/epub/ELI7089.epub

 

PDF: http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7089.pdf

 

 


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Mimi Ito: Learning with Social and Mobile Media: The Positive Potential of Peer Pressure and Messing Around Online | DMLcentral

Mimi Ito: Learning with Social and Mobile Media: The Positive Potential of Peer Pressure and Messing Around Online | DMLcentral | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Friendship driven Vs interest driven activity; translating youth's social media social interaction to learning.

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U. of Texas aims to use MOOCs for Credit

U. of Texas aims to use MOOCs for Credit | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

The goal is to develop MOOCs that can stand up to the scrutiny of the normal faculty approval processes at the system’s various campus, then award credit to students who pass them.


The Texas system believes making certain “bridge” courses — low-level courses that typically count toward multiple degree pathways — available as MOOCs will make it less likely that students will be locked out of those courses on their own campuses, said Mintz, who will lead the implementation of the partnership agreement.

 

“Some students tell us that they are closed out of classes because those classes are over-enrolled or aren’t being offered that semester,” he said.

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Don’t use a 2.0 technology in a 1.0 way

Don’t use a 2.0 technology in a 1.0 way | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Ultimately, this is not about having a Twitter or Facebook account but about how we use it and about rethinking the work we do and how we connect to those we serve in our schools.


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Disrupting College

Disrupting College | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

And there is a growing acknowledgement that many American universities’ prestige came not from being the best at educating, but from being the best at research and from being selective and accepting the best and brightest

 

-- it's probably the time when universities face their greatest test of weather or not they have a firm grasp on pedagogy and able to implement it.

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People remember 10%, 20%...Oh Really?

People remember 10%, 20%...Oh Really? | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

An interesting article about the origin of this anecdotal data which form conception in many educators, and the danger of conveniently use presented data without knowing and stating the background properly. Hope I haven’t done something like that.. we all seems to be a bit susceptible to this.


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The wrong sort of knowledge

The wrong sort of knowledge | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

The column talks about the assertion that “there must be more to the university experience than career guidance” instead of just being “a drive-through facility on the way to the afternoon shift”; I think they are relevant and imperative discussion, considering the various tides of changes approaching the education sector.

 

How do universities and students themselves see their experience when learning in a university?

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Developing a PLaN | whose responsibility?

Developing a PLaN | whose responsibility? | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

A Personal Learning Network (PLN) is a system for lifelong learning; reading this short article makes me thinking, is it part of the digital literacy needed by today? should it be an educator's responsibility to help students built their PLN?

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Queensland unis to teach online for free

Queensland unis to teach online for free | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

no doubt it would have significant impact to the way we teach.

 

i'm quite sad though .. “Because the idea of a full-time student is almost gone – we have very busy students, and we need to address that.” -- the joy and luxury of being a full time student, might one day be a thing from the past.

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