Connected learning is a necessity in this digital age. More and more of our students learning, attention, and access to information is taking place outside of classrooms and through online networks and exchanges. Connected learning, however, can help them cultivate the skills necessary for fulfilling adult lives and careers and that formal instruction alone could not afford.
Interview with Christian Kuhna from Adidas at the Advanced Intranet and Portals 2012 in Amsterdam. "Christian works in the Human Resources department at Adidas where he is responsible of Future Learning, which includes developing a social intranet and the “Adidas Group University”.
Christian shared his vision on Enterprise Social Networks with us, in which we highlight that businesses need to strongly commit to their implementation, involving all generations of the organization in the process, so that no one is left out of the company’s social evolution. In fact, at Adidas they think that Enterprise Social Networks need to become a true learning platform for the entire organization: building on collaboration, knowledge management, providing everyone with access to whatever they need at the right time and at the right place across any device."
Comment: the corporate view on networked learning (peter sloep)
Be it learning, sharing, receiving, collaborating, or aiming - everything needs to be common. In my conversations with other Social learning Leaders, stress appeared on very intriguing fundamentals of an online community ...
“Nieuws, Apps en Ontwikkelingen over social media en technologie in het onderwijs” (Infographic van de historie van social media van 1969 tot nu: http://t.co/hkLSv5sm over #onderwijs...)...
translated: News, Apps and Developments concerning social media and technology in education http://t.co/hkLSv5sm. Since Learning Networks thrive on social media, the history of networked learning is reflected in the history of social media
Hybrid Pedagogy is an academic and networked journal on teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in education.
Open Learning needs to examine its operationsKamloops This WeekIt does not mention Thompson Rivers Open Learning default rates, which are alarmingly high — 28.4 per cent in 2010, 33.3 per cent in 2009 and 34.5 per cent in 2008.