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Digital Literacy - Learning Environments

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  • 1. Digital Literacy: Online Learning Environments LIS Training Session 22nd March 2010
  • 2.
    • LIS website update
    • Overview of institutional tools
      • The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE): WOLF
      • Electronic portfolios (ePDP): PebblePAD
    • Personal Learning Environments (PLE)
      • What these are
      • How we can engage with them
    • Discussion and sharing good practice
    Aims
  • 3. WOLF
    • Classroom
    • Tutor controlled
    • Course documents
    • Formative and summative assessment
    • Forums, blogs and wikis
    • Personal space
    • Student controlled
    • Create assets
    • Sharing and collaboration
    • Formative and summative assessment
    PebblePAD
  • 4. What can we do in WOLF?
    • Upload files, i.e. presentations, workbooks
    • Link to files and web resources including digitised articles and book chapters
    • Engage in or set student learning activities and assessment, i.e. quizzes or forums
    • Embed resources?
      • Multimedia content (podcasts, videos)
      • Search boxes
      • RSS feeds
  • 5. Examples
  • 6. What can we do in PebblePAD?
    • Create assets such as thoughts, meetings, action plans, blogs and webfolios
    • Upload files, add links to resources, embed RSS feeds
    • Engage in student learning activities
      • Reflective writing
      • Skills profiles
      • Formative assessment
    • Create forms and profiles
  • 7. Examples
  • 8. Share your thoughts
    • Login to PebblePAD
    • View received assets
    • Post to the “Thoughts about Learning Environments” blog
    • Add pages, links or files to the Digital Literacy Webfolio
  • 9. Personal Learning Environments
    • “ The term personal learning environment (PLE) describes the tools, communities, and services that constitute the individual educational platforms learners use to direct their own learning and pursue educational goals” (EDUCAUSE, 2009).
    EDUCAUSE (2009) 7 things you should know about Personal Learning Environments [online] [Accessed 15 March 2010] Available at: <http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7049.pdf>
  • 10. My Personal Learning Environment PLE, uploaded by Francesc Esteve on Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/francescesteve/3039956497/ The Web 2.0-native learner’s PLE, Simon Buckingham Shum http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/sociallearn/2008/07/10/web2-native-ple/
  • 11. The VLE vs. the PLE
    • What are the benefits and disadvantages of VLEs and PLEs?
    • How do we engage with personal learning environments?
    • Discuss the issues and post thoughts to the blog

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