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Social Media in Education - social media can act as a 'GLUE' that binds learners and fosters learning conversations that add coherence to otherwise fragmented knowledge on the web. Social Media can ...

Social Media in Education - social media can act as a 'GLUE' that binds learners and fosters learning conversations that add coherence to otherwise fragmented knowledge on the web. Social Media can also act as a 'FILTER' to sift and find relevant information online.

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From ‘I Learn’ to ‘We Learn’ – Social Media for Informal Learning From ‘I Learn’ to ‘We Learn’ – Social Media for Informal Learning Presentation Transcript

  • From ‘I Learn’…to ‘We Learn’ Social Media for Informal Learning
  • Presentation made at ‘Learning with Social Media - Educating the Facebook Generation’ Conference New Delhi, 10 December 2010
  • eLearning 1.0 One-on- One-on-one relationship between learner and the y online learning content
  • eLearning 2.0 h Web 2.0 makes online collaboration possible
  • 21st Century What you know
  • 21st Century What you know
  • 21st Century What you know
  • 21st Century Fill the ‘gap’ by using knowledge of your network What you know
  • INFORMAL LEARNING Fill the ‘gap’ by using knowledge of your network What you know
  • The Online Learning Journey
  • Problem with Online Learning - 1 Knowledge is highly fragmented AND Understanding requires a coherent narrative
  • The Social Media Glue!
  • Problem with Online Learning - 2 Economics 1.0 = Based on Scarcity (for Economy of Atoms) Economics 2.0 = Based on ABUNDANCE (for economy of BITS)
  • Problem with Online Learning - 2 Economics 1.0 = Based on Scarcity (for Economy of Atoms) Economics 2.0 = Based on abundance (for economy of BITS) NEED FOR FILTERING INFORMATION
  • Problem with Online Learning - 2 Economics 1.0 = Based on Scarcity (for Economy of Atoms) Economics 2.0 = Based on abundance (for economy of BITS) NEED FOR FILTERING INFORMATION NEED FOR AMPLIFIERS - FOR OWN VOICE
  • Problem with Online Learning - 2 Economics 1.0 = Based on Scarcity (for Economy of Atoms) Economics 2.0 = Based on abundance (for economy of BITS) NEED FOR FILTERING INFORMATION Algorithm- 1. Algorithm-based Filters - E.g. Google
  • Problem with Online Learning - 2 Economics 1.0 = Based on Scarcity (for Economy of Atoms) Economics 2.0 = Based on abundance (for economy of BITS) NEED FOR FILTERING INFORMATION Algorithm- Algorithm-based Filters Media- 2. Social Media-based Filters - Google -Your Friends on Facebook Your -Recommendation Systems Recommendation (Amazon feature - ‘People who read this also read’) -Reputation, Rating, Ranking Reputation, systems
  • Advantage of Social Media in Online Informal Learning Co-learners add Meaning and Context Co- - Comments - Social Tagging - Annotating
  • Social Media Learning Cycle
  • In Summary - Social Media acts as a ‘FILTER’ to sift and find ‘FILTER’ FILTER relevant information online - Social Media facilitates online informal learning by ‘GLUE GLUE’ acting as a ‘GLUE’ that binds and fosters learning conversations that bring coherence to otherwise fragmented online information
  • From Web 1.0 (online information) to Web 2.0 (online collaboration) What Next?
  • What Next? WEB 3.0 = Personalization
  • What Next? WEB 3.0 = Personalization Create learning experiences that are highly personalized “LEEP” LEEP” co- co-Learning Experiences Enriched & Personalized* * More about creating enriched elearning experiences using principles from gaming, storytelling is at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/27772908/Ideas-for-Enriching-the-e-Learning-Experience
  • Thank You! Atul.Pant@TimelessLifeskills.co.uk