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Presentation given in KMD2003, at OISE, University of Toronto, March 29, 2012. Audio here: http://reganmian.net/files/Peer_Learning290312.mp3

Presentation given in KMD2003, at OISE, University of Toronto, March 29, 2012. Audio here: http://reganmian.net/files/Peer_Learning290312.mp3

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  • 1. Peer-learning and distributed open courses Stian Håklev Knowledge Media and Learning, March 29, 2012 Creative Commons BY
  • 2. Two (+1) historic trends in technology and education• intelligent/adaptive tutor systems (behaviouralist?)• systems supporting collaborative work (constructivist?)• content and communications
  • 3. Intelligent tutorshttp://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Intelligent_tutoring_system
  • 4. • Artificial Intelligence• Data mining• Expert/Knowledge systems
  • 5. OLI  CMU  mainpage
  • 6. 6
  • 7. http://www.educationaldatamining.org/
  • 8. Computers enhancing human work with ideas, and collaborationhttp://focs.wordpress.com/2007/09/05/the-most-important-problem-in-computer-science/
  • 9. • Computer-Supported Collaborative Work• Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning• Human-Computer Interaction
  • 10. OpenLib  frontpage
  • 11. 11http://www.blogiseverything.com/download/web-­‐20-­‐logo-­‐fonts/
  • 12. Different  meanings  of  open 12
  • 13. Site-specific information-centric communities
  • 14. Long-term distributed topic-based communities
  • 15. Personal Learning Environment/Network (PLE/PLN)http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.ca/2011/11/my-ple-2011.html
  • 16. Open courses
  • 17. intro  open  ed  I “Wiley  wikis” Text 19
  • 18. Dimensions of course “openness”transparency (people can see what we write)no grades/coercionno certification/assessmentless credibility/authority of instructorsinstructors have less training/knowledge of subject area
  • 19. 25
  • 20. 26
  • 21. connnectivism  cour 27
  • 22. 28
  • 23. 29
  • 24. mit  ocw  main 30
  • 25. Open  Education  Videos   around  the  world
  • 26. http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=eRbWXKnxB2c
  • 27. 35
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  • 31. 39
  • 32. http://jesper.angelo.net/2011/12/yeah-­‐finished-­‐ai-­‐class/
  • 33. 41
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  • 38. Final  thoughts
  • 39. Thanks Stian  Håklev shaklev@gmail.com http://reganmian.net/blog http://reganmian.net/wiki (Creative  Commons  BY)