An excellent video by Wendy and Alex Drexler that explores the ideas of connectivism and how this relates to education. It gives some excellent concrete examples about the sorts of technologies that allow learners to connect to and manage information.
I would like to propose an online e-pedagogy journal club here at good ole’ Manchester University. I thought I’d blog my thoughts on the subject and then throw it open for discussion. So here goes. Purpose – To allow contributors to both discuss and propose journals on the subject of integrating technology and teaching. With… More Proposal for e-pedagogy journal club
Just had to post this. Is is a taster session for http://www.vitae-project.eu. (by foxdenuk) Web2 for experience based learning Is is a great example of: a) mashing up various online tools for educational purposes (I found the presentation on their Ning community, the presentation itself is on Slide Boom, Graham Atwell’s video about personal learning… More EduMash – "Using Web2.0 for experience based learning"
Pedagogical templates for E-Learning from the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education
This article by Scott Wilson of CETIS succintly analyses the concept of PLE’s in terms of ‘what they could be’ and ‘why they should be’. In my role I think that it would be interesting to try and deliver elearning through various non institutional applications inlcuding social networking, blogs, instant messaging, RSS (inlcuding communal RSS… More Using student-owned technologies in educational ict
This workshop activity: Paper Blogs is an exercise to provide a hands-on, interactive explanation of (mo)blogging, and the way that blogs can be used in education as powerful learning tools.
The following link is an entry in the Grad School database of practice for a face to face course about Web 2.0′ technologies and systems and their potential uses for researchers”. This is similar in content but different in delivery to my desire to create an online course delivered through blogging and RSS.