Learning 2.0: Learning Today and Tomorrow
by Stephen Downes, Researcher at National Research Council Canada on Apr 09, 2009
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Workshop - the audio is roughly two hours - on the design and structure of a connectivist course....
Workshop - the audio is roughly two hours - on the design and structure of a connectivist course.
The real changes in eLearning will not come from the area of technological innovation but rather pedagogical innovation. Stephen Downes will speak on how ICT can be used now and in the future to improve teaching and learning. His talk will be based on research, debate in the field and new thinking about education. Stephen's concept of Learning 2.0 addresses digital learning and the need for communication, interaction and open access to the creation and use of knowledge in learning.
Participants of this seminar will learn about the capacity of digital learning to enable inclusiveness, flexibility to support diverse learning styles and innovation for improved learning in education.
Audio and links at http://www.downes.ca/presentation/219
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