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iversity – a platform to develop your own MOOC

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The iversity open course platform provides a structured course environment that features multimedia teaching materials, assessment features to keep students eng (RT @nick_chater: iversity – a platform to develop your own MOOC

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Libraries as web-platforms can provide learners with an enriched PLE by leveraging both contents and social networks.
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e-Book: Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje: claves para el ecosistema educativo en red

e-Book: Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje: claves para el ecosistema educativo en red | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje
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Professors Linda Castañeda and Jordi Adell have just published the book Entornos personales de aprendizaje: claves para el ecosistema educativo en red (Personal Learning Environments: keys for the networked educational ecosystem), the most comprehensive work to date on Personal Learning Environments in Spanish language and, arguably, one of the most comprehensive too in any language.

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The future of libraries

The future of libraries | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
"You have no idea how eager I am to ensure that the notion of 'library' does not disappear – it’s too important." - Vint Cerf, 2013 Vint Cerf is considered a founding ...
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Libraries as Coworking Spaces: Understanding User Motivations and Perceived Barriers to Social Learning

Libraries as Coworking Spaces: Understanding User Motivations and Perceived Barriers to Social Learning | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
Libraries as an active Social in(ter)dependent & informal Learning space
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Los profesionales de la información en el 2050

Los profesionales de la información en el 2050 | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
Tony Hernández-Pérez
Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid


Marchionini, G., & Moran, B. B. (Eds.). (2012). Information P
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los servicios esenciales en bibliotecas y archivos seguirán siéndolo en 2050: conectar contenidos y usuarios, conectar el conocimiento de unas personas con el de otras y organizar, proporcionar acceso, custodiar y preservar recursos de información intentando garantizar el acceso universal, la diversidad de pensamientos y la libertad intelectual.

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Conferencia inaugural Escuela 2.0 - Dolors Reig

Cursos online Educación 2.0: http://elcaparazon.net/academia
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"El objetivo del sistema educativo no debería ser producir mano de obra para la industria sino producir ciudadanos responsables (y felices)"...Dos cosas: uno, no debería pero es (Wert diría: "algún problema?) y dos, eso de producir ciudadanos suena raro...Por lo demás, pondría esa frase como el nombre de algún ministerio: Ministerio de educación de ciudadanos responsables y felices

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Web Social, educación y la biblioteca de mis sueños

En el espacio de radio “Los niños y Jimeno siempre dicen la verdad” de Cadena 100, el pasado 18 de Abril se preguntó a un grupo de niños qué se nos da bien hacer a los españoles. Una de las respues...
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David Lankes: Library as Platform and Connectivism

A lecture on Digital Library as Platform for the DILL Florence Residency
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Transform not Reform!

Transform not Reform! | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it

"When teacher and learner roles changes, the system is transformed not reformed. Transforming a system that is over 120 years old will take time and careful planning."


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Kathleen McClaskey's curator insight, April 1, 2013 10:25 AM

Personalize learning is about transforming education not reforming! Discover our tools, report and the journeys in this newsletter that can help frame this discussion.

Barbara Bray's curator insight, April 2, 2013 9:35 AM

Read the latest Personalize Learning Newsletter with stories and journeys from educators around the world. Discover new tools, reports, and charts that you can download for free. 

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, July 8, 2013 3:03 PM

Es la clave para el cambio organizativo. Hacia las organizaciones del futuro.

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Deseo de ser finlandés

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Los futuros del libro - Libros, editores y lectores en el siglo XXI
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Peer Grading: A Student Perspective in an Open and Online Course

In this post I share my peer grading experience as a student in the e-learning and digital cultures course [edcmooc] offered through Coursera. I'll provide readers a window into the student experie...
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Foreign universities consider how best to enter the MOOC market | Inside Higher Ed

Foreign universities consider how best to enter the MOOC market | Inside Higher Ed | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
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The Return of the Autodidact

The Return of the Autodidact | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
It’s always been possible to self-direct your education and develop a lot of genuinely valuable knowledge and expertise outside the traditional classroom. But now it’s possible to do it in ways that are recognizable and verifiable. Any motormouth can claim to be a “big reader” who has studied up on a given skill and “loves learning about computers.” That’s just not going to be a persuasive case to employers. But now that same motormouth can point to the sequence of four computer science MOOCs they completed and a portfolio of final projects submitted to those MOOCS, along with peer evaluation the other participants gave him or her. And that’s a much more persuasive case.
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Don’t Go Back to School: How to Fuel the Internal Engine of Learning

Don’t Go Back to School: How to Fuel the Internal Engine of Learning | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it

"When you step away from the prepackaged structure of traditional education, you’ll discover that there are many more ways to learn outside

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“a radical project, the opposite of reform … not about fixing school [but] about transforming learning — and making traditional school one among many options rather than the only option.”

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John Seely Brown on Motivating Learners (Big Thinkers Series)

John Seely Brown on Motivating Learners (Big Thinkers Series) | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
Innovative thinker John Seely Brown, known for his ideas for merging digital culture and education, shares lessons educators can learn from surfers, gamers, and artists on how passion and competitive hunger can drive intrinsic motivation.
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I think the construct that has been most overlooked now on the 21st century and maybe in the 20th century as well is the power and importance of play. That is to say, how do I take an idea and how do I kind of play with it, how do I tinker with it, how do I come to make it personal, how do I come to own it, how do I dwell in the idea itself? And this plays out, for example, in poetry. How do I find that magic combination of now that phrase or that line in a poem says exactly what I mean deep inside me? Likewise, how do I work with engineering systems and kind of see how things couple together? How do I tinker with these devices, things as simple as radios and stuff like that or microphones on cameras to kind of really understand what's the way that these systems really work? And how do I kind of learn that by experimenting with the stuff myself? Because you've got to learn that not everything works. In fact most things don't work. And if the first thing that happens when something doesn't work is it frightens you, then you're not going to be very willing to embrace change. But if you realize that when things don't work, which is almost always, you can get in there and figure out how to tinker with these things and just absorb what happens, very often when you're tinkering it doesn't make pure logic sense. It's something you begin to feel in your hands as much as your mind. Tinkering brings thought and action together in some very powerful, magical ways.

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elearnspace › What is the theory that underpins our moocs?

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key differences between cMOOC and xMOOC by George Siemens

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Coursera, Pedagogy, and the Two Faces of MOOCs : E1n1verse

Coursera, Pedagogy, and the Two Faces of MOOCs : E1n1verse | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
MOOCs to the left of me and MOOCs to the right of me. What does it all mean? A look at Coursera, pedagogical approaches, and xMOOC versus cMOOC.
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Pedagogical differences between original MOOCs (Downes & Siemens) and xMOOCs adopted by universities (Coursera, edX, etc): cMOOCs focus on knowledge creation and generation whereas xMOOCs focus on knowledge duplication. In an xMOOC you watch videos, in a cMOOC you make videos.

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From community to technology and back again

From community to technology and back again | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
From community to technology and back again
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iversity – a platform to develop your own MOOC

iversity – a platform to develop your own MOOC | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
The iversity open course platform provides a structured course environment that features multimedia teaching materials, assessment features to keep students eng (RT @nick_chater: iversity – a platform to develop your own MOOC

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Educared 20/09/2011

Del PLE AL MOOC: Construcción de una didáctica en red Autor: Dolors CapdetLas nueva
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What do Librarians Need to Know About MOOCs?

What do Librarians Need to Know About MOOCs? | In(ter)dependent learning & Libraries: PLE-PLN | Scoop.it
I scooped this article because of the title, thats all. I disagree whith the main focus of the article. The author is one of those researchers that keep seeing libraries as a place where collecting materials rather than making connections what is the last purpose of MOOCs.
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