Exploring connected versus/and networked learning

On a very wet, Australia day long weekend I’m hoping to explore some of the differences, similarities and connections between networked and connected learning. This is all part of my attempt to participate in #etmooc which is currently looking at “Connected Learning – Tools, Processes & Pedagogy”. Networked learning is the term I’m most familiar

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Taking a look at the "Decoding Learning" report

Late last year Nesta – a UK-based charity – released the report Decoding learning: The proof promise and potential of digital education. Nesta commissioned the London Knowledge Lab and the Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Nottingham to “analyse how technology has been used in the UK education systems and lessons from around

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A sign of limitations of institution hosted e-portfolios? And cost as the ultimate driver

E-portfolios have increasingly been seen as a good thing. A welcome innovation in assessment practices that show evidence of institutions improving their learning and teaching. At the same time, there’s been an increasing question about whether a student’s e-portfolio should be hosted on an institutionally owned system. Various questions arise, including What happens when the

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Translating Learning into Numbers: A Generic Framework for Learning Analytics

The following is a summary of and commentary on Greller and Drachsler (2012). I come to this via the JISC/CETIS report I summarised yesterday Thoughts I liked this paper because it serves a purpose for me. A purpose that I think may well be useful to a number of others. It gives a framework that

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