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Personal Learning Environments, Spring 2012

Personal Learning Environments, Spring 2012
Lester and Hamilton



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  • Personal Learning Environments, Spring 2012 Lester and Hamilton PLEs refer to student-designed learning approaches that encompass different types of content — videos, apps, games, social media tools, and more — chosen by a student to match his or her personal learning style and pace. Despite the use of the word “environment” in the name, the notion of a collection or a physical or online space is somewhat irrelevant to a PLE. The goal is for students to have more control over how they learn, and for teachers to set expectations that their students will be more engaged in understanding and applying their learning strategies.Working Elements of Student PLEs, Lester and Hamilton Spring 2012 Page 1
  • PLE RSS Information Information Mobile Reflect ion/ Feeds Sources Management Apps Publishing Tools Spaces and Tools Print Soci al Classmates EasyBib Noodl eT ools GALE Foll ett Wordpress, Wikispaces Blogs Saved material s eBooks Medi a PEOPLE: T umblr, or Page from search in (Google Intervi ew Posterous T hrough The experts Academic Books, Widget or with an Blog Unqui et on the Search GVRL, li nks to expert in Library topic Complete Kindle or person, databases Scoop.i t Evernote EasyBib Evernote Nook vi a Skype, (j ournals, Books) phone, or newspapers, magazines, email book Googl e Googl e SIRS chapters, RSS feed Docs vi deos, Docs Authoritati ve from websi tes podcasts, web class (exampl e: resources, agenda Veterans statisti cs, blog History reference Project at articles Library of Congress) Learning Gal e Offi cial Authoritati ve Evernote Diggo Feed GVRL Blogs of Opposing T wi tter blogs Publ ic of Classmates Viewpoi nts stream Notebook Bookmarks Offi cial Scoop.i t EBSCOhost EBSCOhost Student Academi c Facebook Dashboard Research Search pages Center Complete Facts on Fil e Video Database PLE I. RSS Feeds A. Blogs from experts on the topic B. Saved search in Academic Search Complete C. SIRS D. Authoritative websites (example: Veterans History Project at Library of Congress) E. Learning Blogs of Classmates II. Information Sources A. Widget or links to databases (journals, newspapers, magazines, book chapters, videos, podcasts, web resources, statistics, reference articles 1. GVRL 2. Gale Opposing Viewpoints 3. EBSCOhost Student Research Center 4. EBSCOhost Academic Search Complete 5. Facts on File Video Database B. Print materials C. eBooks (Google Books, GVRL, Kindle or Nook Books) D. PEOPLE: Interview with an expert in person, via Skype, phone, or email E. Social Media 1. Official Twitter stream 2. Authoritative blogsWorking Elements of Student PLEs, Lester and Hamilton Spring 2012 Page 2
  • 3. Official Facebook pages F. Classmates 1. Evernote Public Notebook 2. Diggo Feed of Bookmarks 3. Dashboard III. Information Management Tools A. EasyBib B. NoodleTools C. D. Evernote E. RSS feed from class agenda blog F. Google Docs IV. Mobile Apps A. GALE B. Follett C. EasyBib D. Evernote V. Reflection/Publishing Spaces and Tools A. Wordpress, Tumblr, or Posterous Blog B. Wikispaces Page Through The Unquiet Library C. Google DocsWorking Elements of Student PLEs, Lester and Hamilton Spring 2012 Page 3