IWMW14: Hyper-connectED (ocTEL, Open Badges and the Personal Knowledge Graph)

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  • “A rough sketch map of the possible topology of ARPANET by Larry Roberts. The map was drawn in the late 1960s as part of the planning for the network.”
  • ARPANET in 1984
  • “The pioneering research of Paul Baran in the 1960s, who envisioned a communications network that would survive a major enemy attacked. The sketch shows three different network topologies described in his RAND Memorandum, "On Distributed Communications: 1. Introduction to Distributed Communications Network" (August 1964). The distributed network structure offered the best survivability.”

  • digital
  • Cost to replicate and share almost zero. Increased ease in the ability to connect and communicate. Digital has made it easy to distribute.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RIMy2FSrbo
  • http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2012/06/03/what-is-the-theory-that-underpins-our-moocs/

    Connectivist. Our MOOCs are informed by connectivist views of learning, namely, that knowledge is distributed and learning is the process of navigating, growing, and pruning connections. 
    Knowledge is generative. Learners need to create and share stuff – blogs, articles, images, videos, artifacts, etc
    Coherence is learner formed & instructor guided. communicate my views of how different elements are related, but then ask learners to explore, deepen, and extend the ideas I/we express with additional narratives/opinions/views
    Interactions are distributed, multi-spaced.  many spaces of interactions
    Synchronization. we act and react to those around us in ways that creates some structure or part uniformity of understanding
    Resonance. certain ideas have uptake in a network in con. trast with others
    Innovation & impact focused.
    Fostering autonomous and self-regulated learners . what can learners do for themselves with digital tools and networks
  • http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2012/06/03/what-is-the-theory-that-underpins-our-moocs/

    Connectivist. Our MOOCs are informed by connectivist views of learning, namely, that knowledge is distributed and learning is the process of navigating, growing, and pruning connections. 
    Knowledge is generative. Learners need to create and share stuff – blogs, articles, images, videos, artifacts, etc
    Coherence is learner formed & instructor guided. communicate my views of how different elements are related, but then ask learners to explore, deepen, and extend the ideas I/we express with additional narratives/opinions/views
    Interactions are distributed, multi-spaced.  many spaces of interactions
    Synchronization. we act and react to those around us in ways that creates some structure or part uniformity of understanding
    Resonance. certain ideas have uptake in a network in con. trast with others
    Innovation & impact focused.
    Fostering autonomous and self-regulated learners . what can learners do for themselves with digital tools and networks
  • http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2012/06/03/what-is-the-theory-that-underpins-our-moocs/

    Connectivist. Our MOOCs are informed by connectivist views of learning, namely, that knowledge is distributed and learning is the process of navigating, growing, and pruning connections. 
    Knowledge is generative. Learners need to create and share stuff – blogs, articles, images, videos, artifacts, etc
    Coherence is learner formed & instructor guided. communicate my views of how different elements are related, but then ask learners to explore, deepen, and extend the ideas I/we express with additional narratives/opinions/views
    Interactions are distributed, multi-spaced.  many spaces of interactions
    Synchronization. we act and react to those around us in ways that creates some structure or part uniformity of understanding
    Resonance. certain ideas have uptake in a network in con. trast with others
    Innovation & impact focused.
    Fostering autonomous and self-regulated learners . what can learners do for themselves with digital tools and networks
  • http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2012/06/03/what-is-the-theory-that-underpins-our-moocs/

    Connectivist. Our MOOCs are informed by connectivist views of learning, namely, that knowledge is distributed and learning is the process of navigating, growing, and pruning connections. 
    Knowledge is generative. Learners need to create and share stuff – blogs, articles, images, videos, artifacts, etc
    Coherence is learner formed & instructor guided. communicate my views of how different elements are related, but then ask learners to explore, deepen, and extend the ideas I/we express with additional narratives/opinions/views
    Interactions are distributed, multi-spaced.  many spaces of interactions
    Synchronization. we act and react to those around us in ways that creates some structure or part uniformity of understanding
    Resonance. certain ideas have uptake in a network in con. trast with others
    Innovation & impact focused.
    Fostering autonomous and self-regulated learners . what can learners do for themselves with digital tools and networks
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  • Not just reclaiming web for students, for teachers as well
  • Not just reclaiming web for students, for teachers as well
  • IWMW14: Hyper-connectED (ocTEL, Open Badges and the Personal Knowledge Graph)

    1. 1. Hyper-connectED Martin Hawksey Chief Innovation, Technology and Community Officer This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. CC-BY mhawksey
    2. 2. alt.ac.uk Context ◊ Association for Learning Technology (ALT) – Established in 1993; – 1300+ individual and 200+ organisational members; – across sectors including Further Education, Higher Education and research; – ALT has an international community. http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    3. 3. alt.ac.uk Context (2) http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 ◊ Past: Learning Technologist ◊ Present: Chief Innovation, Technology and Community Officer
    4. 4. alt.ac.uk Resources All links bundled in http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 @mhawksey+MartinHawksey http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    5. 5. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 © Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon 1996 Source: Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet, by Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon, page 50.
    6. 6. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 © Tracey L. Laquey, Digital Press, 1990 Source: Directory of Computer Networks, edited by Tracey L. Laquey, Digital Press, 1990.
    7. 7. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 © RAND Corporation 1964 Source: "On Distributed Communications: 1. Introduction to Distributed Communications Network" (August 1964)
    8. 8. http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    9. 9. alt.ac.uk Education today is… http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    10. 10. alt.ac.uk What does distributed education look like… Hawksey, M. 2012 – Classroom tools (aggregation/distribution architecture) http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    11. 11. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    12. 12. alt.ac.uk ◊ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- RIMy2FSrbo http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    13. 13. alt.ac.uk #PHONAR http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    14. 14. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    15. 15. alt.ac.uk ◊ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW8eyqquH LQ http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    16. 16. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    17. 17. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    18. 18. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    19. 19. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    20. 20. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    21. 21. alt.ac.uk ocTELArchitecture WordPress (aggregator) Daily Alert (email/RSS) Central store Comments Blogs LMS Social Bookmarking Twitter & Social media
    22. 22. alt.ac.uk ocTELArchitecture WordPress (aggregator) Daily Alert (email/RSS) Central store Comments Blogs LMS Social Bookmarking Twitter & Social media users usermeta - blog, - twitter …
    23. 23. alt.ac.uk ocTELArchitecture WordPress (aggregator) Daily Alert (email/RSS) Central store Comments Blogs LMS Social Bookmarking Twitter & Social media users usermeta - blog, - twitter …
    24. 24. alt.ac.uk ocTELArchitecture WordPress (aggregator) Daily Alert (email/RSS) Central store Comments Blogs LMS Social Bookmarking Twitter & Social media users usermeta - blog, - twitter …
    25. 25. alt.ac.uk Channels aggregated by ocTEL ◊ Blog posts ◊ Bookmarks – Delicious – Diigo – Mendeley Group – Scoopit ◊ Lists – JISCMail ◊ Newsletter Archive ◊ Other ◊ Social networks – Google+ – Twitter (Q&A) go.alt.ac.uk/mri13MH @mhawksey July 16, 2014 | slide
    26. 26. alt.ac.uk CC-BY An Phan Van Tapping the rhizomes of dotlife
    27. 27. alt.ac.uk CC-BY An Phan Van Tapping the rhizomes of dotlife ◊ Delicious - http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/tag/octel?fancy=1 ◊ Diigo - https://groups.diigo.com/group/alt-octel/rss ◊ Mendeley Group - http://www.mendeley.com/groups/3241271/octel/feed/ ◊ JISCMail - https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?RSS&L=OCTEL-PUBLIC&v=2.0
    28. 28. alt.ac.uk CC-BY An Phan Van Tapping the rhizomes of dotlife ◊ Delicious - http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/tag/octel?fancy=1 ◊ Diigo - https://groups.diigo.com/group/alt-octel/rss ◊ Mendeley Group - http://www.mendeley.com/groups/3241271/octel/feed/ ◊ JISCMail - https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?RSS&L=OCTEL-PUBLIC&v=2.0 ◊ Google+ (via Feed+ Chrome App) -https://script.google.com/macros/s/… ◊ Scoop.it (via Feed+ Machine Chrome App) - https://script.google.com/macros/s/... ◊ Twitter …
    29. 29. MailPress
    30. 30. MailPress
    31. 31. MailPress
    32. 32. MailPress
    33. 33. alt.ac.uk Education that is… ◊ Decentralised ◊ Networked ◊ Peer driven
    34. 34. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 Source: The Knowledge Graph ©Google http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html Source: The Knowledge Graph ©Google http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html
    35. 35. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 Source: The Knowledge Graph ©Google http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html Source: The Knowledge Graph ©Google http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html
    36. 36. “ alt.ac.uk Personal Learner Knowledge Graph The big shift that needs to be made in education is to shift from knowing content to knowing learners. What is needed in education is something like a Personal Learner Knowledge Graph (PLKG): a clear profile of what a learner knows http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 Siemens, G (2014)
    37. 37. alt.ac.uk Personal Learner Knowledge Graph: Challenges ◊ Data Collection ◊ Data Interfacing http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    38. 38. alt.ac.uk Badging knowledge in ocTEL ◊ Mozilla Open Badges ◊ 5 badge types each week – Checking in (auto) – Webinar (auto) – TEL One (reviewed evidence url) – TEL Explorer (reviewed evidence url) – Topic (doing 3 of above) http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    39. 39. alt.ac.uk Self-declared http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    40. 40. alt.ac.uk Log entries http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    41. 41. alt.ac.uk Situational awareness http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    42. 42. alt.ac.uk Situational awareness http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    43. 43. alt.ac.uk Look familiar… http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    44. 44. alt.ac.uk Look familiar… http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    45. 45. “ alt.ac.uk ©Giulia Forsythey August 20, 2014 https://flic.kr/p/fxXtMD Direction of travel A Domain of One's Own provides domain names and Web space to members of the UMW community, encouraging individuals to explore the creation and development of their digital identities http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    46. 46. “ alt.ac.uk ©Giulia Forsythey August 20, 2014 https://flic.kr/p/fxXtMD Direction of travel A Domain of One's Own provides domain names and Web space to members of the UMW community, encouraging individuals to explore the creation and development of their digital identities We are currently syndicating 762 sites from 644 domains. http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    47. 47. “ alt.ac.uk Privacy The worlds of privacy and analytics intersect (not always happily) http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 Downes, S (2014) © Unknown Source: http://crooksandliars.com/files/primary_image/14/05/inbloom-drawing.jpg
    48. 48. “ alt.ac.uk The Future of Ed-Tech is a Reclamation Project We can reclaim the Web and more broadly ed-tech for teaching and learning. But we must reclaim control of the data, content, and knowledge we create. http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 ©Alan Levine October 14, 2013 https://flic.kr/p/gFKxes Audrey Watters Hack Education
    49. 49. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 Source CC-BY-SA Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Snowden Rendered by Google
    50. 50. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    51. 51. alt.ac.ukhttp://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 ©TeleGeography July 04, 2014 http://www.telegeography.com/telecom-resources/submarine-cable-map/index.html
    52. 52. alt.ac.uk Resources All links bundled in http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3 @mhawksey+MartinHawksey http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3
    53. 53. Association for Learning Technology Registered charity number: 1063519 www.alt.ac.uk @A_L_T http://bit.ly/iwmw14-p3

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