#Change11 MOOC This week I facilitated week 6 of the #Change11 MOOC (Massive Open Online Course http://change.mooc.ca/post/220). The focus of the week was #collective learning. Georgia Tech cloned the MOOC and made a personalised version. Here’s an overview of the week. The week 4 position paper on Connected Knowledge Collective Learning outlined initials ideas http://littlebylittlejohn.com/change11-position-paper/…Details
COLLECTIVE LEARNING: reflections This is the last day of the week on collective learning, we hope you have enjoyed thinking about some of the issues we have presented and discussed. In our work, we have tried to define the knowledge actions underpinning collective learning as described in the post (http://littlebylittlejohn.com/collective-learning-and-charting/): connect, consume, create, contribute. Using…Details
Connected Knowledge, collective learning
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The Dynamics of Learning Ecosystems: literacies and resources Allison Littlejohn “The most profound impact of the Internet… is its ability to support and expand the various aspects of social learning”.“Attention has moved from access to information towards access to other people”. “Web2.0 blurs the boundaries between the producers and consumers of content”. (Seely Brown, 2008)…Details
COLLECTIVE LEARNING: literacies and resources Learning effectively from the collective requires open learning literacies and resources which complement traditional types. Some of our work in UK Higher Education attempts to define and consider these and begin to foster them within formal education. These ideas are explored in task 4. Task 4 is to contribute to the…Details
How do individuals use collective knowledge for learning? “The most profound impact of the Internet… is its ability to support and expand the various aspects of social learning”. “Attention has moved from access to information towards access to other people”. “Web2.0 blurs the boundaries between the producers and consumers of content”. (Seely Brown, 2008) John…Details
COLLECTIVE LEARNING: Learning in the workplace There are various forms of learning that professionals may engage in throughout their work – formal and informal, structured and non-structured, on-the-job or off-the-job. In our group, one of the strands of research is focused specifically on informal, on-the-job learning that takes place through participation in daily work and…Details
collective learning by loumcgill
these 4 audio tracks record a conversation between myself and Lou Mcgill about Collective Learning.
You can listen to them in order or just dip into whichever one you are interested in.
COLLECTIVE LEARNING: charting the collective knowledge This week we are exploring issues of collective learning. The position paper contains some background information on collective learning and identifies some key issues. One key question in Collective Learning is how we understand the binding force that connects people while they are learning. Read this blog post on sensemaking which puts…Details
Why chart the collective knowledge? Society, the workplace and knowledge are changing in unpredicatable ways. New economic paradigms are emerging . Knowledge generation is now a significant means of production with ownership in the hands of individuals. So – how can universities prepare students for society. Especially when most future roles jobs that don’t yet exist. Harold Jarche presented…Details