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Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 2.0 Concepts
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A presentation at the 2010 SITE International Conference, San Diego, CA, March 31, 2010

A presentation at the 2010 SITE International Conference, San Diego, CA, March 31, 2010

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  • 1. Developing an Online Course Based on E-Learning 20 Concepts Steve C. Yuen, Ph.D. Professor The University of Southern Mississippi E-mail: Steve.Yuen@usm.edu SITE 2010 International Conference San Diego, California, March 31, 2010 The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 2. E-Learning 1.0 • The early promise of e-learning has not been fully realized … (O'Hara, 2006; Downs, 2005) • Learning content is provided by courseware authors, structured into courses by learning management system (LMS), and consumed by students • Employ the use of LMS that is often cumbersome and expensive – and which tends to be structured around courses, timetables, and testing • Often driven by needs of the institution rather than the individual learner • Traditional e-learning is not flexible and is not integrated with the Web • It is a monoculture, …. The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 3. E-Learning 2.0 • Take a “small pieces, loosely joined” approach that combines the use of discrete but complementary Web 2.0 tools to support the creation of ad-hoc learning communities • Socially based software: collaborative, iterative, inclusive (discussion) = knowledge building & sharing • Include: blogs, Wikis, podcasts, social tagging and forums The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 4. E-Learning 2.0 • Allow learners to create content and to collaborate with peers to form a learning network with distribution of content creation and responsibilities • Allow learner to easily access content through search, aggregation, and tagging • Capitalize on many sources of content aggregated together into learning experiences and utilize various tools including online references, courseware, knowledge management, collaboration and search The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 5. E-Learning 2.0 Is essentially about: • Social/Collaborative/Network learning environments • User-generated content • Aggregating (RSS) & tagging • Knowledge sharing • Personal learning environments • Collective intelligence (Wisdom of the Crowds) • Using a network of diverse technologies • Creativity and innovation Said Alsagoff (2009) E-LearningTalk. http://www.slideshare.net/zaid/elearning-talk The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 6. Learning Tools for E-Learning 2.0 • Mostly free • Content authoring • Wikis • Social bookmarking • Blogs • Social learning • Learning Activity networks Management System • Personal learning • Virtual classrooms spaces • Podcasts • Virtual social worlds • RSS • Open learning content • Mash-ups The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 7. E-Learning 2.0 Course Design • Hybrid course with traditional Web site components • Private social networking site for the course • Class blog and students’ blogfolios • Online forums • Podcast channel • Social bookmarking • Wiki • YouTube videos The University of Southern Mississippi
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  • 9. Blog Podcasts Forum Discussions Tweets YouTube Videos The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 10. Photos Students Blogfolios Class Diigo Blog Bookmarks The University of Southern Mississippi
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  • 29. Feedback and Assessment • Data collection is under way • Feedbacks from students so far are very positive and encouraging • Promote a feeling of community in the online classroom • Allows students to easily access course content, interact content with others, construct new knowledge, and collaborate with others to form a learning network • Allows students communicate with others and access knowledge in ways that encourage creative and reflective practices that extend beyond traditional online learning • Provides a rich, interactive, learner centered, and collaborative learning environment The University of Southern Mississippi
  • 30. The End Questions or Comments? This presentation is available on the Web at: http://slideshare.yuen.us Follow me at: My Blog - http://blog.yuen.us My Tweets - http://twitter.yuen.us The University of Southern Mississippi

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