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A draft learning environment typology

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Concrete projects have a way of highlighting the ways our conceptual frameworks work (and don’t work) when applied to real situations. A recent set of course capstone projects got me thinking more ...

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This is a topic to collect pieces of information about open education and learning for my Ph.D thesis. MOOCs, mobile learning, augmented reality, and so on.
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La información y el conocimiento en la era digital

Conferencia impartida por Manuel Area en el Seminario del grupo de investigación POSASU (Poder, Saber y Subjetividad) de la Universidad de La Laguna (Tenerife)…

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EduGeek Journal » Learning Design Versus Learner Design in the Dual Layer MOOC

EduGeek Journal » Learning Design Versus Learner Design in the Dual Layer MOOC | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

So I want to take a step back and look at a bigger picture for a  moment. The previous diagram I created was meant as more of a “learner design” perspective, in the sense that the dual paths would be the two main possibilities for learners. This was meant to look at the course from the eyes of a learner. But, the diagram breaks down in many ways since this will not be a traditional course. This course will attempt to deconstruct what it is to learn, be a learner, and to move through a course.

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Learning in Real Life: Mobile Learning and Non-Traditional ...

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Learning in Real Life: Mobile Learning and Non-Traditional Students. Mobile-friendliness means more than creating programs for cell phones in distance education; it means creating programming flexible enough to suit the ...

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Interesting article on the importance of designing programs for flexible learning with no constraints of synchronicity or proprietary systems.

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Designing Courses with Mobile in Mind

Designing Courses with Mobile in Mind | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it
There are plenty of instructors who create engaging, entertaining, and effective online courses – for the web. However, there is a rapid rise of students accessing and completing coursework through...

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Los MOOC y la Educación Superior: La Expansión del Conocimiento Vol. 18, 1 (2014) « Profesorado

Los MOOC y la Educación Superior: La Expansión del Conocimiento Vol. 18, 1 (2014) « Profesorado | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Los MOOC y la Educación Superior: La Expansión del Conocimiento
Via Cristóbal Suárez, L. García Aretio
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Vol. 18, 1 (2014) de la revista Profesorado: Revista de currículum y formación del profesorado sobre los MOOC y educación superior.

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Vol. 18, 1 (2014)Los MOOC y la Educación Superior: La Expansión del Conocimiento
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Online Forum succesfully integrating MOOC in training environment

This is the slide deck I will use for the Online Forum that is planned by the eLearning Guild in May 2014. In this presentation I offer suggestions on how to...

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A MOOC framework: MOOC Canvas.

 

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A portal of educational resources: providing evidence for matching pedagogy with technology | Di Blas | Research in Learning Technology

A portal of educational resources: providing evidence for matching pedagogy with technology | Di Blas | Research in Learning Technology | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

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The TPACK (Technology, Pedagogy and Content Knowledge) model presents the three types of knowledge that are necessary to implement a successful technology-based educational activity. It highlights how the intersections between TPK (Technological Pedagogical Knowledge), PCK (Pedagogical Content Knowledge) and TCK (Technological Content Knowledge) are not a sheer sum up of their components but new types of knowledge. This paper focuses on TPK, the intersection between technology knowledge and pedagogy knowledge – a crucial field of investigation. Actually, technology in education is not just an add-on but is literally reshaping teaching/learning paradigms. Technology modifies pedagogy and pedagogy dictates requirements to technology. In order to pursue this research, an empirical approach was taken, building a repository (back-end) and a portal (front-end) of about 300 real-life educational experiences run at school. Educational portals are not new, but they generally emphasise content. Instead, in our portal, technology and pedagogy take centre stage. Experiences are classified according to more than 30 categories (‘facets’) and more than 200 facet values, all revolving around the pedagogical implementation and the technology used. The portal (an innovative piece of technology) supports sophisticated ‘exploratory’ sessions of use, targeted at researchers (investigating the TPK intersection), teachers (looking for inspiration in their daily jobs) and decision makers (making decisions about the introduction of technology into schools).

Keywords: educational portal; educational repository; open educational resources; educational technology; the TPACK model

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Interesting article on the design and development of a repository of educational experiences involving technology and pedagogy factors.

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A Quest to Create An Institution-Free LMS

A Quest to Create An Institution-Free LMS | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Jay Ebben shares the story behind JustLurn, a new institution-free LMS created by a team of educators to solve three issues with classic LMSs.

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Proposal of an institution-free LMS based on simplicity, reliability and mobility: JustLurn.

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Design Challenges and Considerations for Responsive eLearning | The Upside Learning Blog

Design Challenges and Considerations for Responsive eLearning | The Upside Learning Blog | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it
A few years back, designers had a fixed size canvas, no matter what the medium - whether for print or digital media. Then came the multi-device revolution, and

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Tips on designing responsive elearning.

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Invasion of the MOOCs. E-book

Invasion of the MOOCs. E-book | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Invasion of the MOOCs: The Promise and Perils of Massive Open Online Courses es una colección de ensayos escritos por los profesores y estudiantes que tienen experiencia de primera mano con MOOCs en formato PDF.


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Clara Alazraki's curator insight, April 17, 4:45 AM

Està buenísimo, làstima que no se pueda leer en castellano!

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Blogs and wikis in formal higher education: examples of open education

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Raths, D. (2014) An e-portfolio with no limits Campus Technology, March 2

This is an article on a project by the University of Mary Washington, Virginia, that enables all students to create their own academic web presence through the provision of a university-wide blogging platform. The article provides some good examples of student work done through this project, particularly in history. A recent development at UMW has been the creation of a community site that aggregates the activity of the project, including sites created and content published. The article also provides links to similar projects at Emory University and Davidson College.

- See more at: http://www.tonybates.ca/2014/04/04/blogs-and-wikis-in-formal-higher-education-examples-of-open-education/#sthash.KFSxsGU5.dpuf
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Interesting example of integration of Web 2.0 tools in higher education.

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Experiences and best practices in and around MOOCs

Experiences and best practices in and around MOOCs | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

This special issue of the eLearning Papers is based on the contributions made to the EMOOCS 2014 conference jointly organized by the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and P.A.U. Education. The success of this conference with more than 450 participants demonstrates that MOOCs are at the beginning of a wave and a first step towards opening up education.


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Gabi Witthaus's curator insight, March 31, 1:16 PM

This issue of Open Education Europa looks like a treat for MOOC fans!

Isabellefr10's curator insight, April 1, 1:02 AM

#mooc #clom #rel

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Europe continues with intentional moves toward democratizing educational opportunities - what about the US?

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The MOOC of One

In this talk I examine the transition from the idea of the massive open online course - MOOC - to the idea of the personal learning environment. In the proce...

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Curation as a tool for teaching and learning

A digital essay completed by Heather Bailie as part of the assessment requirements of #INF530 Concepts & Practices for a Digital Age.
https://storify.com/hbailie/curation-as-a-tool-for-teaching-and-learning-1
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Marian Royal Vigil's curator insight, July 14, 2:22 PM

Helpful insights on curation of information, lots of good source documents and a little video. 

Yvonne Middelkoop's curator insight, July 20, 11:17 PM

Who are the curators, what motivates them and what makes a great curator?

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, July 23, 11:01 AM

Nice essay about curation. A useful example of using storify

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Report: Students Expect Future Universities To Be Flexible, Accessible, Career-Oriented

Students expect universities to be more accessible, flexible and focused on jobs, according to a new survey commissioned by Laureate International Universities and compiled by Zogby Analytics.

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Findings on what students expect from future universities.

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Flipped instruction and Twitter for independent learning in schools

This presentation combines the notions of the flipped classroom with the educational use of Twitter to explore ideas of using Twitter to encourage students t...

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Ideas for flipped classroom and educational use of Twitter.

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mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow

mLearning: The Way of Learning Tomorrow | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it
Mobile devices have become deeply engrained in our everyday lives. From reading to schedule management to entertainment to GPS, it is The Multi-Purpose Gadget in our lives and some have even said to suffer from the “phantom limb” syndrome without it! Mobile Learning, or mLearning for short, lets learners learn and get performance support via their mobile devices. This article introduces to you the unique features of mLearning, what it can be used for and the difference between mLearning and traditional eLearning.
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#x-learning #tutor_intef

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Taking risks

Taking risks | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Students, when asked, are usually quite honest. What engages them in learning the most is taking risks and having fun. This was mentioned recently by a headteacher of a school in England, who argued that schools are too risk averse today, and we need to inject some excitement back into lessons. Those who can remember their school days will often remember the fun they used to have with their friends. Ask them when the fun times happened, and most of them will recollect them occurring outside of formal lesson time. Rigid standards and curricula, and a growing culture of strict health and safety in schools has militated against a lot of risk taking. 'You can't do that' has become the commonly heard phrase when someone tries to innovate.

So how can we build fun and risk taking back into the school day?

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MOOC Design Principles. A Pedagogical Approach from the Learner’s Perspective

MOOC Design Principles. A Pedagogical Approach from the Learner’s Perspective | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

The debate around Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is much more focused on the social, institutional, technological and economical aspects than on the need for development of new pedagogical approaches that provide consistent guidance on how to design for this emergent educational scenario.


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Learning design principles drawn from the learner's perspective: empowering learners in networked environments for fostering critical thinking and collaboration, developing competence based outcomes, encouraging peer assistance and assessment through social appraisal, providing strategies and tools for self-regulation, and
using a variety of media and ICTs to create and publish learning resources and outputs.

 

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El profe TIC » Minitutorial: Creando cursos multimedia para que nuestros alumnos los utilicen en sus teléfonos móviles.

El profe TIC » Minitutorial: Creando cursos multimedia para que nuestros alumnos los utilicen en sus teléfonos móviles. | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Pues bien, voy a presentar un proyecto que me ha llamado la atención y que creo puede ayudarnos a los docentes, sobre todo a los que estamos preocupados por conseguir que la tecnología llegue de manera efectiva a nuestras aulas, a crear cursos multimedia para su uso en teléfonos móviles, y que de paso todos vayamos perdiendo el miedo a eso que se llama m-learning.

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Aplicación OpenSource para crear cursos multimedia para móviles.

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Herramientas de realidad aumentada para mejorar los apuntes

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La Universidad de Sevilla, a través de su Secretariado de Recursos Audiovisuales y Nuevas Tecnologías (SAV), publicará en los próximos meses en el marco del II Plan Propio de Docencia una convocatoria dirigida a su personal docente e investigador ...

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Personal devices in higher education

Personal devices in higher education | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Here are some of my recent thoughts on learning spaces at universities, and the impact of student owned personal technologies:

As the shift from location specific learning to untethered learning gathers pace, so the personal device gains increasing importance. Distributed forms of learning are burgeoning, and geographical distance between learners and their parent institutions is less of a problem. This is because learners are intimately familiar with the capabilities of their own devices, and are able to use them to learn in creative and productive ways. 'Bring your own device' is now common place in universities and students no longer need to study in a single location. If students are no longer required to be in the same place as their teachers, several things become apparent.


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Thoughs on learning spaces at universities.

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Teachers’ Most Powerful Role? Adding Context

Teachers’ Most Powerful Role? Adding Context | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | 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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An article on the role of teachers.

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Consejos simples para crear su primer curso de mobile learning

Consejos simples para crear su primer curso de mobile learning | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Estos consejos le permitirán facilitar crear una experiencia de mLearning valiosa para cumplir con sus estudiantes donde quiera que estén.


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Ana Fernández's comment, July 3, 2:23 AM
Sin duda alguna son unos consejos a tener en cuenta. He vivido casos en los que se pretendía introducir el mismo volumen de contenido para un curso en pc y para otro en un pequeño dispositivo, y eso es sencillamente inviable.
Manuel García Ibañez's curator insight, July 3, 6:47 AM

Me gusta, yo haría uno, además para el mooc, me puede venir bien

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A collection of suggested electronic course templates for use in higher education | Fresen | Research in Learning Technology

A collection of suggested electronic course templates for use in higher education | Fresen | Research in Learning Technology | Openness in Education and New "Trends" in Educational Technology | Scoop.it

Abstract

The collection of electronic course templates suggested in this article results from collaborative investigation between instructional support staff and academic staff users of the virtual learning environment (VLE) at two institutions, one in the United Kingdom and the other in the United States. The particular VLE in use at both institutions was Sakai, although the experience described here can be applied to the design process and workflow using any VLE that allows the selection and some configuration of standard tools.

We applied the lattice model of A, B and C (2012) to design and build a set of six course site templates, which are used as the basis on which site owners can easily build new sites in the VLE. As the ultimate goal of template provision is to underpin pedagogy, academics are free to use a template or build a site from scratch, based on their own teaching context, and they may adapt any template according to the pedagogical purpose and nature of the course. The underlying assumptions are that academic staff retain full control over the content, tools and permissions in their new site. The templates are not mutually exclusive – that is, aspects from any template may be incorporated, where applicable, into another one.

We conclude that it is helpful for the VLE support team to take the lead in proposing a set of templates according to the predominant teaching and learning models in use at a particular institution, which may contribute to consistency across course sites and ultimately result in an improved student learning experience.

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Related to learning design using VLEs.

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