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Peer Production Of Content In Digital Education

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  • 1. Peer Production of Content in Digital Education
  • 2. Digital Learning
    • Digital learning is a complicated concept.
    • It’s focus is not commercial
    • The real question becomes, should peer
    • production of content structurally alter education?
  • 3. Yes.
    • Peer production of content is the ultimate form of interactivity
    • Students and teachers will both benefit
    • Creates room for creativity
  • 4. Presentation Outline:
    • The Present and the Future
    • 1.What signs of peer production are visible now?
    • How will/should this change digital learning in the future for:
    • 2. Students 3. Teachers
  • 5. The Present
  • 6. The Present
  • 7. The Present
  • 8. Back to the Future
    • How can peer production of content be expanded to improve digital learning?
  • 9. Student 2 Student
    • Students are highly capable of using new media
    • Television, Ipods, Youtube
    • Emphasis on Audio-Visual content
  • 10. Student 2 Student
    • Web 2.0 --> Learning 2.0
    • Sharing
    • Collaborating
    • Reviewing
    • Storytelling
    •  Online (radio&video) specialized channels made and updated by students
  • 11. Student 2 Student
    • 1: Universities publish recorded lectures online  available for everybody!
    • 2: Students collect the useful ones for their channel  particular subject
    • 3: Students can add and edit information and create new Pod-&vodcasts for their channel
  • 12. Student 2 Student
    • This is useful because:
    • By combining visual and verbal info you remember better
    • Enlivens and personalizes education
    • Flexible and at one’s own pace
  • 13. Teacher 2 Teacher
    • The same system could apply to teachers
    • Sharing content and experiences through digital channels
  • 14. Teacher 2 Teacher
    • More than a textbook
    • Creativity in finding examples
    • Up to Date Information
  • 15. Teacher 2 Teacher
    • How to use digital learning to its full potential
    • Teachers lagging behind technology?
  • 16. Media Literacy
    • Teachers and students need to be able to use digital media in an efficient way
  • 17. Media Literacy
    • Students need to know which digital information is reliable
    • Teachers need to know how to use digital information
  • 18. So?
    • Peer Production of Content should definitely alter digital learning structurally.
    • But: it has to be monitored whether it is used responsibly
  • 19. Why education is different
    • Other Creative industries: commercial gain & entertainment
    • Education: Responsibility, Reliability & Potential Danger
  • 20. To Conclude
    • Peer production of content provides great possibilities.
    • Too bad we always have to take into account where it can go wrong.