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  • OER in bridging formal educationand informal learning.Socialized education amplifiesconnecting knowledge Tsuneaki KobayashiSatoshi Yamawaki Board memberCEO ShingakukaiCastalia
  • Castalia is social learning plat-former based on Tokyo, Japan.
  • http://kokogokaku.jp/
  • Video(4min.)
  • SummerySocial media & mobile changed our life.Education and learning also will be changed.Informal learning got valueAdapting OER to our ordinary life.Social & mobile builds OERs new context.Social learning just works, more experience in the future.
  • Social media & mobile changed our life.Education and learning also will be changed.
  • SocialLearning on social network services.“Social” is the key for informal learnig.Think about facebook, Twitter and ...
  • MobilitySmartphone boosts people’s activity.Real time communication
  • 1. Expanding opportunities for personal connection2. Emerging expectations from shifting workforce demographics3. Increasing reach of customized technology Background of "Social" movements From "The New Social Learning"
  • ! OER SystemVideo Audio Social network Mobile device inspiring !Text Image Generating learning experiences
  • An idea space where I can think outside my mind,leveraging my connections with others.Stowe Boyd, a researcher who first coined "social tool" term.
  • Informal learning got value.Adapting OER to our ordinary life.
  • Informal learning
  • Informal learning
  • Informal learning
  • Mobile and social learning happens anywhere, anytime and anyone.
  • 1. Location 2. Timing 3. People 3 elements of New Learning experience
  • "To learn is to optimizethe quality of ones networks." Jay Cross Author of "Informal Learning"
  • Social & mobile builds OERs new context.Social learning just works, more experience in the future.
  • Yasutaka Kageyama on TEDx Tokyo@teachers
  • iUniv http://iuniv.tv/ - Social learning using video and audio content - over 70,000 OCW/OER - Capable as social learning using your own videos. - Sharig knowledge, social annotation with timed comment function - iPad and Android 3.0 as Web application
  • iUniv http://iuniv.tv/ - Social learning using video and audio content - over 70,000 OCW/OER - Capable as social learning using your own videos. - Sharig knowledge, social annotation with timed comment function - iPad and Android 3.0 as Web application
  • High contextlearning experience VS Low contextlearning experience
  • http://visual.ly/mapping-wikipediaWikipedia heat map
  • iUniv on goocus
  • Thanks!Satoshi Yamawaki(@waki3) Tsuneaki Kobayashie-mail: sato@castalia.co.jp @tsuneakiteacher