Learning in the Open
with Open Online Experience 2013
BY DEBBIE MORRISON
ONLINE LEARNING INSIGHTS
WEBINAR ON SEPTEMBER 18,...
How does one LEARN in OOE 2013?
• Goal of this Webinar: develop strategy for personal learning
• Agenda : 1) theory
- prin...
With Open Learning there is…
• No set curriculum
• No established process
• No particular method
What are the Challenges when
learning in Connectivist environment?
Connectivist learning might look like this…
Image Credit: ‘January 18 analysis of #etmooc’, Alec Courus, Flickr
And may feel like this….
Image credit: Binkiexxx
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8596221@N07/2923434507/
How can one learn in a Connectivist
format?
• Image credit:YouTube, ‘Success in a MOOC’, Dave Cormier
5 Steps to Success as per
‘Success in a MOOC’ by Dave Cormier
1. Orient
2. Declare
3. Network
4. Cluster
5. Focus
Steps to Success…
1. Orient
Steps to Success…
2. Declare
Steps to Success…
3. Network
Steps to Success…
4. Cluster
Steps to Success…
5. Focus
More Tips ….
• Organize knowledge
• Create a system for building your own database of links, articles
(connections)
• Use ...
Application
Tools to use Actions
• Blog
• Share
• Convert
• Summarize
Example of connecting …
Screen shot of Google + community for OOE 2013,
Example of connecting…
Screen shot of Blog post, jeannette marianne @ http://jeannettemarianne.com/
Example of sharing…
Screen shot of twitter feed for #OOE13
Example of organizing…
Screen shot of my notebooks using Evernote:
Suggestions for next steps …
• Establish and Share your personal learning goals
• Review steps for success in a MOOC (i.e....
Questions?
References & Credits
• ‘Success in a MOOC’, Dave Cormier: http://youtu.be/r8avYQ5ZqM0
• ‘What are Cultures of Learning?’, ...
Thank you!
Contact Info
• Twitter: @OnlineLearningI
• Blog: Online Learning Insights
• Google +, OOE 2013 Group Community
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Learn how get the most out of this Open Learning Experience. Explore the tools that will help build your own personal learning network and, strategies to make it grow. We’ll discuss how to make sense of the resources and materials that will be part #OOE13, how to participate and make connections, and most importantly, how to meet your own personal learning goals.

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  • Google Doc of Twitter Tags provides more info on image above: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnJ3hv1B8VO1dHhEY05SNGd1MU9TRnRfTkVERXdwUXc#gid=113
  • -- Another resource: http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/connectivist-learning-and-teaching – Slideshare by Stephen Downes, Teaching and Learning in a Connectivist environment
  • Learning in the Open with OOE 2013: Webinar Slides

    1. 1. Learning in the Open with Open Online Experience 2013 BY DEBBIE MORRISON ONLINE LEARNING INSIGHTS WEBINAR ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2013
    2. 2. How does one LEARN in OOE 2013? • Goal of this Webinar: develop strategy for personal learning • Agenda : 1) theory - principles of connectivist learning - 5 step strategy to success 2) application - tools to use - examples of tools in action
    3. 3. With Open Learning there is… • No set curriculum • No established process • No particular method
    4. 4. What are the Challenges when learning in Connectivist environment?
    5. 5. Connectivist learning might look like this… Image Credit: ‘January 18 analysis of #etmooc’, Alec Courus, Flickr
    6. 6. And may feel like this…. Image credit: Binkiexxx http://www.flickr.com/photos/8596221@N07/2923434507/
    7. 7. How can one learn in a Connectivist format? • Image credit:YouTube, ‘Success in a MOOC’, Dave Cormier
    8. 8. 5 Steps to Success as per ‘Success in a MOOC’ by Dave Cormier 1. Orient 2. Declare 3. Network 4. Cluster 5. Focus
    9. 9. Steps to Success… 1. Orient
    10. 10. Steps to Success… 2. Declare
    11. 11. Steps to Success… 3. Network
    12. 12. Steps to Success… 4. Cluster
    13. 13. Steps to Success… 5. Focus
    14. 14. More Tips …. • Organize knowledge • Create a system for building your own database of links, articles (connections) • Use one, at the most two applications for a personal database • Summarize content before organizing into personal database • If it’s not worth summarizing, it’s not worth keeping • Convert content, using your own words, into the context of your own knowledge base – only then does it become relevant and valuable Reference: http://www.downes.ca/presentation/326
    15. 15. Application Tools to use Actions • Blog • Share • Convert • Summarize
    16. 16. Example of connecting … Screen shot of Google + community for OOE 2013,
    17. 17. Example of connecting… Screen shot of Blog post, jeannette marianne @ http://jeannettemarianne.com/
    18. 18. Example of sharing… Screen shot of twitter feed for #OOE13
    19. 19. Example of organizing… Screen shot of my notebooks using Evernote:
    20. 20. Suggestions for next steps … • Establish and Share your personal learning goals • Review steps for success in a MOOC (i.e. watch Dave Cormier’s video) • Develop your own strategy for learning (i.e. dedicate time in calendar) • Blog, share, comment
    21. 21. Questions?
    22. 22. References & Credits • ‘Success in a MOOC’, Dave Cormier: http://youtu.be/r8avYQ5ZqM0 • ‘What are Cultures of Learning?’, Stephen Downes: http://www.downes.ca/presentation/326 • Open Online Experience 2013: http://www.ooe13.org/ • How to Organize a MOOC, Stephen Downes:http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/how-to-organize-a- mooc • #etmooc image, Alec Couros:http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/8400361742/#
    23. 23. Thank you! Contact Info • Twitter: @OnlineLearningI • Blog: Online Learning Insights • Google +, OOE 2013 Group Community
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