Lessons learned -future practice in blended learning

Working from home has made me revalue my home environment. When my eyes need to rest from the computer screen, they have no alternative than the walls and furniture in my apartment. As a result, I have developed a strong eager to upgrade and renovate the apartment. A continuous noice from drilling machines and hammersContinue reading “Lessons learned -future practice in blended learning”

Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning

Collaboration: so awarding and yet so difficult.. Collaborative work is encouraged and promoted in many environments. From all kinds of job advertisements, you undersand that people who are skilled and experienced in collaborative work and have a collaborative network are highly prioritized. Finding networks of collaboration within or across disciplines may be a way toContinue reading “Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”

Open Learning – Sharing and Openness

The question of purpose and title In our community group we are getting experienced with the presentation tool named Padlet. I find this it to be really easy to get started with. You just click at a plus-sign in the lower right, make another click anywhere on the screen, and then you compose your message.Continue reading “Open Learning – Sharing and Openness”

Online perticipation & digital literacies

… or that very tricky point of view I am still just in the beginning of this journey about online networked learning. It is exciting, but also frustrating. In fact, I notice a strong resistance going on in my mind. Resistance towards what? I am not sure, but many times when I decide to getContinue reading “Online perticipation & digital literacies”

Helena’s blog on open networked learning

The first week of the course in Open Networked Learning has just passed and I am excited to be a part of this journey. So far, most things have been focusing on practical matters, such as setting up the agenda, sort ourselves into groups, find when, where and how to meet with each other andContinue reading “Helena’s blog on open networked learning”