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Commentary on Duval CSCL2011 Keynote on Open Learning by Suthers

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Commentary on Erik Duval's CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning) 2011 Keynote at http://www.slideshare.net/erik.duval/on-the-importance-of-being-open-8528603

Commentary on Erik Duval's CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning) 2011 Keynote at http://www.slideshare.net/erik.duval/on-the-importance-of-being-open-8528603

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  • 1. CommentsErik and Dan
  • 2. This is great!CSCL is expanding CL: From isolated dyads and small groups to (embedding in) in communities and networks  “Networked Learning”  Connecting Levels; Learning Analytics CS: From old CMC and customized educational software to Web 2.0{++}* Give learners the tools to access and manage the world’s resources Potential for data driven education
  • 3. This is scary! Obvious privacy concerns  Now we have to master Ghostery as well in order to learn safely  Some learners cannot manage that Challenges to traditional educational institutions of all kinds
  • 4. This is hegemony!Does learning in the open assume a particular cultural setting? Is this an individualistic view that does not match cultures where standing out is not a virtue, and failures are to be kept private? Or is it extreme collectivism: contributing to the group is more important than information ownership and privacy? How adapted to different cultural settings?
  • 5. This is naive!Learning is not just about access to information, and requires more than interaction with others Does the networked individual know how to follow a learning agenda?  Yet, danger of educational elitism Is authentic learning a solution?  Motivated by what one is trying to accomplish, agenda may be clear ... but also additional work Are peers the solution (solve with more openess)?  Are peers good pedagogues? Are crowds wise? Educator as guide?  Requires skills in technology use
  • 6. A Visual Commentary
  • 7. Explanation of visual commentary for those who were not present Upper left: this guy recommends that we eat here. If we take his recommendation do we look like him? Should we know how well resources worked for others’ learning? Upper right: Maybe we want to know the “ingredients” of the learning resources, to evaluate whether they work as advertised. Lower left: we may want to stay closed to protect young learners Lower right: but CSCL should grapple with this rapidly growing phenomenon, lest we become an ancient relic in a new world!
  • 8. Discussion