Open Networked Learning (#ONL162)

We have started topic 1 “Connecting – online participation and digital literacies”, where we are learning about  online learning spaces.

This is the second ONL course offered by Karolinska Institute, Lund University, Linnaeus University, the Royal Institute of Technology (all Sweden) and Independent Institute of Education (South Africa).

  • How to create collaborative and flexible learning environments online
  • Test problem-based learning in open online platforms
  • Develop your professional learning network
  • Test a range of digital tools and methods in a pedagogical context
  • Learn about the latest research and new trends in the field

The process of integrating an international, intercultural, or global dimension into the purpose, functions or delivery of post-secondary education (Knight i Beelen & Jones, 2015)

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I’m participating as an Open Learner in this learning ecology 🙂

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About natbaserad

Science Teacher and educational developer in upper secondary school. I'm also founder and head trustee of EduToolkit.

Posted on October 15, 2016, in #ONL162 and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. well done and welcome to ONL162

  2. Great to welcome an open learner to ONL162! The real collaborative learning journey happens in the PBL groups/learning communities as they tackle the scenarios together both synchronously and asynchronously with reference to some literature, OER and shared experiences. Nonetheless, engaging with others in the open G+ community provides wonderful opportunity to learn together too. Enjoy the ONL learning ecology and networking opportunities.

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