Collaborative Thinking: Another Example Of Video In The Classroom

Collaborative Thinking

» February 29, 2008 Another Example Of Video In The Classroom Shades of things to come: Carleton University in Canada has created a video portal for students, according to Campus Technology , which allows them to share, annotate, search, index, and even remix class lecture videos. Subscribe to this blogs feed Relay For Life Somers Relay For Life / American Cancer Society A family effort to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

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Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 2

Nancy White

If you read between the lines and through the comments on Chris’s blog I think he has begun to tease out some of the differences between community and network management ! (I’ll Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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#OpenedMOOC Week 6: The Triumph of the Immaterial

Jenny Connected

Again this week, Merle Hearns has done a really good job of pulling together this week’s content in her blog, so there is no need for me to repeat it. Phoebe Cummings has created a piece of work that she expects to be reused, reworked, remixed and redistributed.

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Open learning advance organisers

Jenny Connected

Remix. Remix: Pick and choose from the content and find a way of recording/keeping track of this, e.g. using an online bookmark tracker such as Delicious, or create a blog, or take screenshots and post on Flickr or record yourself on video. I already have this and two other blogs. Produce learning materials for other people to aggregate, remix, repurpose and feedforward, so starting the cycle again.

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The Messiness of Rhizomatic Learning – Words Steal My Intent

Jenny Connected

Chaotic’ implies ‘out of control’ which I don’t think it has been – but, judging from blog posts and Facebook activity, the focus for many this week has not been on the suggested topic – ‘Enforcing Independence’ – but on perceived divisions within the community.

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Some Thoughts on Identity

Jenny Connected

Looking back through this blog, I see that I have written a few posts about identity, the first about ‘Identity in the Network’ in 2008. Posts relating to identity on this blog – [link]. The topic for Week 4 of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 MOOC is Identity.

Open Educational Resources and Pedagogy

Jenny Connected

You can find out more about this on his TALL blog – Technology Assisted life-long learning – TALL for short (his joke – not mine ). These below the water line resources are easy access , free and easy to remix and repurpose, without much attribution.

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Is structure counter to cMOOC philosophy?

Jenny Connected

Which means that if no one blogs, the course gets pretty boring. Once you’ve submitted your blog, please include the course tag (oped12) in your posts and they will be aggregated into a daily newsletter. David Wiley has made similar comments in a blog post , but brainysmurf has responded in the comments on his blog. This was a question that came out of our FSLT12 Research Review meeting today.

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cMOOCs and xMOOCs – key differences

Jenny Connected

Blogs, for example, are not a big feature of xMOOCs. Key activities in cMOOCs are remixing and repurposing , i.e. that content will be created, ideally co-created , through interaction with freely available open resources.

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Questions about rhizomatic learning

Jenny Connected

And in your wonderful blog post about spaces on a football field you point out that there is a boundary. This is an open letter to Keith Hamon. Since it is open anyone is welcome to respond, but the thoughts here have been prompted by contact with Keith. (For

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Edinburgh University’s updated Manifesto for Teaching Online – 2015

Jenny Connected

Remixing digital content redefines authorship. Frances Bell’s blog post might help to explain this.

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A New MOOC for May/June – First Steps into Teaching in FE/HE

Jenny Connected

I will be working with Marion Waite and George Roberts, who has already started blogging about it here – [link]. What technologies/platforms will we use/promote and how will our choices affect our and participants’ abilities to aggregate, remix, re-purpose, feed/forward?

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Information overload and connectivity

Jenny Connected

On one side we are urged to increase our connectivity – we are told that all learning starts with a connection, to learn we need to be well connected, to keep up in a fast moving digital age we need to know how to filter, select, aggregate, remix, repurpose, feed forward. Blog posts by Will Richardson and Beth Kanter both discuss this from different perspectives.

Rhizomatic Learning – A Pedagogy of Risk

Jenny Connected

Keith Hamon has written two blog posts ( here and here ) about the relationship between structure and space in rhizomatic learning, suggesting that space does not mean lack of structure or boundaries, and that space offers possibilities and structure offers potential.

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The philosophy of MOOCs

Jenny Connected

There are currently lots of blog posts around, asking yet again ‘What is a MOOC?’ Osvaldo Rodriguez blog. George Siemens’ Elearnspace blog. John Mak’s Blog. MOOCs are even being discussed on a German blog which I could only access through a translation. It is also based on the activities of aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward the resources and learning that are part of the MOOC experience.

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Ad-Supported Open-Source Community Blogging Becomes Reality: OpenServing Is Here - Robin Good's Latest News

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Ad-Supported Open-Source Community Blogging Becomes Reality: OpenServing Is Here Social media defined the last year of developments across the web , with social bookmarking , news , networks and community blogging rising into the ascendant.

The 1-minute guide to Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’

e-Moderation Station

Creative Commons is a movement that enables creators to apply different kinds of licenses to their work, allowing them to be distributed or freely shared for non-commercial purposes, adapted or remixed, or used only in their original version. Image by cleandesu.

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Rhizo 14: Emerging Ambiguities and Issues

Jenny Connected

One of the ways in which curriculum could be perceived is by the content generated by learners, and the diversity of content from poems to wordy blog posts and a lot of remixes in multimedia in Rhizo14.

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Making Sense of the Rhizome Metaphor for Teaching and Learning

Jenny Connected

There was also the understanding that the activities would be those of a CCK08 type of cMOOC – aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward, and these activities were in abundance. We posted the link to the survey on Facebook, in the Google + group, on our blogs and on Twitter.

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The MOOC Bandwagon

Jenny Connected

This would, through the aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward of resources shared and created, enrich the learning experience. MOOCs were never intended – despite the name – to be ‘courses’ ( see this blog post and this response from Stephen Downes ); they were intended to be a challenge to the traditional notion of a course – in the form of learning events.

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Community, New & Familiar Friends

Nancy White

We missed him, because the conversation around tinkering, creatively remixing physical and digital materials to serve real, local needs related to much of Dave’s passions and talents. Mike put up a great blog post capturing some of the conversation.

SEEFA symposium identifies challenges to innovation in Ageing Better – it’s culture as much as tech

Social Reporter

All of these points could be remixed into a different set of provocations – and you are welcome to do so. For example, in terms of this sort of event I would suggest a plan, as part of the logistics, to blend online and offline activity, including: Social media accounts for the organisation – at least Twitter and a blog. Pre-event activity online to engage people who may follow the Twitter stream, contribute, and/or blog.

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The Evolving Web and Focused Social Media

Evolving Web

Not just with links or references, but with the actual information in a relational framework that could allow for enlightening mixing and remixing. 7 years ago, I called this blog Evolving Web because this intersection of social media and actual effectiveness fascinates me.

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IBM’s Lotusphere 2010 Highlights – A Proposal for DIA

Elsua

As you may have noticed, it’s been a bit over a week since the last time I have been able to put together a blog post over here. If you have been reading this blog for a while I sense you already know where I’m heading, right?

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The 1-minute guide to Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’

e-Moderation Station

Creative Commons is a movement that enables creators to apply different kinds of licenses to their work, allowing them to be distributed or freely shared for non-commercial purposes, adapted or remixed, or used only in their original version. Image by cleandesu.

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Community Is A Management Approach, Not Just a Role

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Tagged as: community management , leadership , management { 1 trackback } Homing Social » Community is a Mindset December 30, 2009 at 2:48 pm { 3 comments… read them below or add one } 1 Charity Hisle December 17, 2009 at 11:28 am How did I miss this blog of yours?

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The philosophy of MOOCs

Jenny Connected

There are currently lots of blog posts around, asking yet again ‘What is a MOOC?’ Osvaldo Rodriguez blog. George Siemens’ Elearnspace blog. John Mak’s Blog. MOOCs are even being discussed on a German blog which I could only access through a translation. It is also based on the activities of aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward the resources and learning that are part of the MOOC experience.

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Key Differences Between Social and Collaborative Networks

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Constraints and Change in ChangeMooc

Jenny Connected

The MOOC design philosophy is based on the principles of autonomy, diversity, openness and connectedness and on four types of activity – aggregate, remix, repurpose and feed forward. pg/blog/read/91481/and-so-it-ends.

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Open courses in January 2011

Jenny Connected

It is fun just to look at the assignments that have already been submitted – a wonderful example of the talent and creativity that can be tapped into on the net and also a wonderful example of the four key activities of connectivist teaching and learning in action, i.e. aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feed forward. I do blog from time to time which I regard as my ‘wider sharing’, but it is the closer connections that I really value.

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From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

This buzzing universe of linked sites and blogs is an incredibly rich source of organizational information and learning… if we know how to listen. It is about tagging and remixing and mapping the network of relationships, looking for where to respond, and where to catalyze action. Encourage and provide mechanisms from employees to share their knowledge through gatherings, blogs and wikis. How many read your blog?

45 provocative propositions about using social technology

Social Reporter

It should be a great warm-up for the book, which we hope will also end up on a wiki with a creative commons license to allow remixing. Get the boss blogging or talking on YouTube. Over the past few months I’ve been working on and off with co-authors Andy Gibson , Amy Sample Ward , and Clive Holtham and Nigel Courtney of Cass Business School , on a book about how we can use social technologies for social benefit.

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

If you read between the lines and through the comments on Chris’s blog I think he has begun to tease out some of the differences between community and network management ! (I’ll Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

If you read between the lines and through the comments on Chris’s blog I think he has begun to tease out some of the differences between community and network management ! (I’ll Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

If you read between the lines and through the comments on Chris’s blog I think he has begun to tease out some of the differences between community and network management ! (I’ll Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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Karma is Real Social Media Principle #6

Evolving Web

I was much amused to find that Doug Haslam’s mention of An Bui’s remix of the 10 Principles focused specifically on this principle. This post is fifth in a series of my Social Media Principles. The base post is 10 Social Media Principles. #6: 6: Karma is real – You give more, you get more.

The Art of Community Now Available For Free Download | Art Of Community Online

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Cheers Malcolm Bastien Posted on September 21st I’m sorry I didn’t continue to be a part of this blog and community as your were working on the book (I still see the comment box is all light grey-on white agrghhh… ), but I’m happy to see your book come to a beautiful finish.

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

John Tropea - Delicious Community

If you read between the lines and through the comments on Chris’s blog I think he has begun to tease out some of the differences between community and network management ! (I’ll Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

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Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect? What Could the Future of Money Look Like?

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Cisco on Collaboration: Know Your Enthusiasts & Laggards | Future Changes

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Pew Internet Report: 55% of teens use social networking sites

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Twelve best practices for online customer communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

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From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This buzzing universe of linked sites and blogs is an incredibly rich source of organizational information and learning… if we know how to listen. It is about tagging and remixing and mapping the network of relationships, looking for where to respond, and where to catalyze action. Encourage and provide mechanisms from employees to share their knowledge through gatherings, blogs and wikis. How many read your blog?

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