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SOOC Poster (englisch)

  1. 1. Learning2.0 SOOC Saxon Open Online Course Individual Learning and Knowledge Management with Social Media The Saxon Open Online Course (SOOC) 242 ... is a connectivist Massive Open Online Course (cMOOC), i. e. it is based on active content creation and networking by the participants. …issues ECTS-Credits for students at the Technical Universities of Chemnitz and Dresden and the University of Siegen. … is a pilot for planning, implementation and evaluation of an open course in the context of higher education. The first of four sections dealt with the theoretical approach of Learning 2.0. Besides the concept of connectivism, the idea of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) was discussed. TEAM Participants Saxon Open Online Course Daniela Pscheida, TU Dresden from Aachen, Basel (CH), Berlin, Bozen (IT), Bremen, Chemnitz, Chur (CH), Darmstadt, Dresden, Essen, Frankfurt am Main, Freiburg, Fulda, Gießen, Graz, Hagen, Leipzig, München, Nordhausen, Pforzheim, Potsdam, Siegen, Weingarten, Wuppertal, Zittau... Marlen Dubrau Anja Lorenz, TU Chemnitz Nina Kahnwald, Uni Siegen Andrea Lißner, TU Dresden Selina Hohenstatt Michael Winkler Fabienne Kinzelmann Lena Zauner Blog carnival „Help, my Prof is blogging!“ Twitter Analytics The impact of the social web on personal lifes were focused in the third section of the SOOCs. In addition to data security as a central aspect, open educational resources were discussed. In the second section, participants were encouraged to rethink their personal knowledge management and to experiment with new tools for this purpose. The use of social media in business and institutional organizations shaped the fourth section. Besides the developments in the professional training sector, perspectives of Learning 2.0 for higher education were critically discussed including the benefits and risks of MOOCs in this domain. Blog posts of participants LearningApps built by participants Preparation & In-Class Workshop Tools Learning 2.0 for Individual Learning & Knowledge Management Theories & Approaches In advance, formal aspects such as the acknowledgment by the examination offices or the integration in the course catalogs had to be clarified. In addition, the course structure as well as the course website had to be designed. Section I 13/05–02/06/2013 In order to capture the heterogeneous previous knowledge of the participants and introduce the course format, the SOOC was opened with a in-class workshop. Requirements and conditions Learning 2.0 in organizations Legally, Politically, Personally Future of Education & Training Closing Workshop Inner Structur of each Section (à 2 Weeks) Section II 03/06–16/06/2013 Expert Martin Ebner (TU Graz, Austria) Input (Ressources, Tasks) Expert Gabriele Vollmar (German Society for Knowledge Mgt., NGO) Summary of the Week Input by Participants See you @sooc1314! #sooc1314 11/11/2013 – 24/01/2014 Section III 17/06–30/06/2013 Section IV 01/07–14/07/2013 Expert Jöran Muuß-Merholz (Jöran und Konsorten, Agency for Education) Expert Ellen Trude (Bayer AG, retired) After the online part, a final workshop was conducted to reflect individual learning processes and the concept of the course. Live Online Event with Experts Section Summary by Participants SOOC Saxon Open Online Course Learning &Teaching Social Media with SOOC Saxon Open Online Course