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  • PLE are based on the ideathat learning will take place indifferent contexts andsituations and will not beprovided by a single learningprovider
  • “the heart of the concept of thePLE is that it is a tool that allowsa learner (or anyone) to engage ina distributed environmentconsisting of a network ofpeople, services and resources. Itis not just Web 2.0, but it iscertainly Web 2.0 in the sensethat it is (in the broadest sensepossible) a read-writeapplication.”Stephen Downes, 2006
  • PLEs can help in therecognition of informallearning
  • From Personal Learning Environment Buildingto Professional Learning Network FormingAimForminglearningnetwork forcompetencedevelopmentProfessionalnetworkorganizingThe meaning ofsocial andprofessionalnetworks foreducationBuilding PLE onstart pagesConclusion
  • AimTo analyze the experience gained in using ofWeb 2.0 environment for competencedevelopment and for professional networkorganizing
  • Social network sites can be defined as web-based services that allowindividuals to:(1) construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system(2) articulate a list of other users with whom they share a connection(3) view and traverse their list of connections and those made by otherswithin the system.Danah Boyd, School of Information, University of California-BerkeleyNicole Ellison, Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media, MichiganState UniversitySocial-oriented applications andprofessional networks - new opportunitiesfor learners and educatorsSocial Networks
  • Social-oriented applications andprofessional networks - new opportunitiesfor learners and educatorsSocial Networks
  • A learning network is a group of personswho create, share, support and studylearning resources (“units of learning”)in a specific knowledge domain.Rob Koper, Open University of the NetherlandsSocial-oriented applications andprofessional networks - new opportunitiesfor learners and educatorsSpecial-formed learning networksfor life-long learners
  • Social-oriented applications andprofessional networks - new opportunitiesfor learners and educatorsSpecial-formed learning networksfor life-long learners
  • The Future of Online Learning andPersonal Learning Environments
  • Online Learning• Has been around since 1995 or so• Really grew with the World Wide Web• Has advanced tremendouslyMany positive developments in thelast few years worth sharing…
  • It looks like nothing before…Like open sourceLike Social NetworksLike blogs and bloggingLike wikis and collaborative writingLike tagging and Digg and…It looks like Web 2.0StallmanThe Internet of 2007
  • New Environments• Multimedia explosionpodcasts, vodcasts, YouTube, Slideshare, more• Mobile computingmobile phones, PDAs, etc.• The 3D webSecond Life is a start, we will see more of this
  • The Concept…• Learning is centered around the interestsof the learner• This learning is immersive – learning bydoing• The computer connects the student to therest of the world
  • Web 2.0: The Learning Network• The e-Portfolio lives in the intersectionbetween the worlds foreducation, work, and home• A model for e-Portfolio as a learner-managed construct• Key requirement is easy-to-use tools andhosting services*• *E.g. the “e-Portfolio-as-blog” approach
  • The Idea of the PLE…
  • Learning Networks Architecture
  • Subscribed to154 Education Blogs
  • and websites!
  • So how does anetwork help me?
  • New Tools
  • Respond to Blog Poswww.flickr.com/photos/23324812@N00/93936385
  • ow can I do it FASTER?http://www.flickr.com/photos/20884341@N00/302931951
  • http://wordle.net/
  • Connect with your networks
  • Other Tools for PLN
  • Attwell, G. (n.d). personal learning environments. available from:http://www.slideshare.net/GrahamAttwell/personal-learning-environments-46423(Accessed 15 March 2013)Downes, S. (2007). The future of online learning and personal learning environments.Available from: http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/the-future-of-online-learning-and-personal-learning-environments (accessed 14 March 2013)Ivanova,M. (2009). From personal learning environment building to professional learningnetwork forming. Paper presented at the 5th international scientific conference. Availablefrom: http://www.slideshare.net/malinkaiva/from-personal-learning-environment-building-to-professional-learning-network-forming (accessed 14 March 2013)Lolly 89 -203. (n.d). creating an online personal learning network. Available from:http://www.slideshare.net/Lolly89-203/personal-learning-networks-11971491 (accessed15 March 2013)Teigland, R. (2007). Leveraging networks for tangible results. Available from :www.knowlegdenetwork.org (Accessed 15 March 2013)