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    • Teaching and Learning in Open Social & Technological Networks George Siemens June 22, 2010 Presented to:
    • OER? OEP?
    • Need to do for teaching and learning what MIT/Yale/OU did for content
    • A course: narrative of coherence
    • Context
    • Media and message fragmentation
      • What does it mean?
      • How can it [ the message ] be “recreated”?
    • What types of social & information habits have traditional media placed on humanity?
    • Which of those habits have/will be altered by social media?
    • Transition: control and capacity to shape
    • From . to /
    • www . you . com
    • twitter.com / you
    • facebook.com / you
    • ustream.tv/user / you
    • foursquare.com/user / you
    • www.whatever.com / you
    • Contrast
    • moodle . youruniversity . com
    • with
    • allovertheweb.com / yourlearner
    • We have created spaces instead of connections
      • Moving from inputs to outputs
    • A networked course doesn’t have a centre
    • But …
    • We need “centering” to understand
    • We need “centering” to makesense
    • We need “centering” to see patterns
    • We need “centering” to share
    • We create temporary centres with…
    • Tags
    • Alerts
    • entity relatedness
    • clustered aggregation
    • Creating a central message through distributed means
    • 1. Amplifying
    • 2. Curating
    • 3. Wayfinding & Sensemaking
    • 4. Filtering
    • 5. Modeling
    • 6. Persistent presence
    • CCK08/09/10 edfutures.com
    • The promise of analytics
      • www.elearnspace.org (newsletter)
      • FB/Twitter/Whatever: gsiemens