CCK08 Presentation for UNFED


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These slides were prepared as a visual aid for a presentation for the UNSW Network of Faculty Educational Developers on 5 August 2009.

The primary foci of the presentation are the technical frameworks and environments used during Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2008, the distributed nature of the resulting systems, and corresponding learning networks that developed.

The expectation and hope is the presentation will inspire wider discussion on the opportunities and challenges of distributed learning frameworks such as Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) and how they might be incorporated into courses - and importantly, how courses might be changed to enable learning networks to form.

For more information on UNFED, please see the following post on the UNSW TELT blog:

Due to the fine detail of the screenshots, this presentation is best viewed full screen.

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CCK08 Presentation for UNFED

  1. 1. Connectivism & Connective Knowledge A Massive, Open, Online Course (MOOC) Mike Bogle eLearning Research Officer Learning & Teaching @ UNSW
  2. 2. CCK08 Course Background & Statistics "This course will be a different type of learning experience." Mode: Fully Online Students: 2,152 formal & informal enrollments Facilitators: George Siemens & Stephen Downes Model: Distributed/Networked Learning
  3. 3. An international cohort -
  4. 4. Course Spaces
  5. 5. The course wiki
  6. 6. The course blog
  7. 7. Moodle forum
  8. 8. "The Daily"
  9. 9. Additional course sites included Elluminate UStream Blip.TV Articulate presentations (PPT + audio + talking head) Pageflakes
  10. 10. Student Spaces
  11. 11. Students used all of these and more...
  12. 12. "Main Gate of the Connectivism Village" by Fleep Tuque (CC-by)
  13. 13. "The Networked Student" by Wendy Drexler
  14. 14. Student blogs
  15. 15. Additional student sites included Facebook group Ning group Several Diigo Groups Flickr Group Translations of the wiki in Spanish, Portuguese,Italian, Hungarian and Chinese Assortment of Feed Readers, RSS Aggregators, IM Clients and Twitter
  16. 16. CCK09
  17. 17. Conferences in Courses Four online conferences are tentatively planned for CCK09 Personal Learning Environments (end of Sept) Net Pedagogy (Nov) Systemic Change (mid-Nov) Policy Level Implications (early Dec) "Each conference will run 2-3 days with numerous guest speakers and will form part of the weekly dialogue. Conferences will stand alone for those that are not interested in taking the course." George Siemens
  18. 18. Registration for CCK09 bin/login.cgi? refer=&action=Register
  19. 19. Links and References - Wiki - - Blog - - Moodle - - Daily - - UStream - knowledge - Articulate Presentation from Week 3, George Siemens - "Main Gate of the Connectivism Village" by Fleep Tuque (CC-by) - "The Networked Student" by Wendy Drexler - "Continuing attempt to destabilize courses," George Siemens, - Google Map for CCK08 - - "My CCK09 PLE," Mike Bogle -
  20. 20. Questions? Mike Bogle eLearning Research Officer University of New South Wales
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