Teaching and Learning in  Open  Social & Technological Networks George Siemens June 22, 2010 Presented to:
OER? OEP?
Need to do for teaching and learning what MIT/Yale/OU did for content
A course: narrative of coherence
Context
Media and message fragmentation <ul><li>What does it mean? </li></ul><ul><li>How can it [ the message ] be “recreated”? </...
What types of  social & information  habits have traditional media placed on humanity?
Which of those habits have/will be  altered  by social media?
Transition:   control  and capacity to shape
From   .   to   /
www . you . com
twitter.com / you
facebook.com / you
ustream.tv/user / you
foursquare.com/user / you
www.whatever.com / you
Contrast
moodle . youruniversity . com
with
allovertheweb.com / yourlearner
We have created  spaces  instead of  connections
<ul><li>Moving from  inputs  to  outputs </li></ul>
A networked course  doesn’t have a centre
But …
We need “centering” to understand
We need “centering” to makesense
We need “centering” to see patterns
We need “centering” to share
We create  temporary centres  with…
Tags
Alerts
entity relatedness
clustered aggregation
Creating a  central message  through distributed means
1. Amplifying
2. Curating
3. Wayfinding & Sensemaking
4. Filtering
5. Modeling
6. Persistent presence
CCK08/09/10 edfutures.com
The promise of analytics
<ul><li>www.elearnspace.org  (newsletter) </li></ul><ul><li>FB/Twitter/Whatever: gsiemens </li></ul>
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  1. 1. Teaching and Learning in Open Social & Technological Networks George Siemens June 22, 2010 Presented to:
  2. 2. OER? OEP?
  3. 3. Need to do for teaching and learning what MIT/Yale/OU did for content
  4. 4. A course: narrative of coherence
  5. 5. Context
  6. 6. Media and message fragmentation <ul><li>What does it mean? </li></ul><ul><li>How can it [ the message ] be “recreated”? </li></ul>
  7. 7. What types of social & information habits have traditional media placed on humanity?
  8. 8. Which of those habits have/will be altered by social media?
  9. 9. Transition: control and capacity to shape
  10. 10. From . to /
  11. 11. www . you . com
  12. 12. twitter.com / you
  13. 13. facebook.com / you
  14. 14. ustream.tv/user / you
  15. 15. foursquare.com/user / you
  16. 16. www.whatever.com / you
  17. 17. Contrast
  18. 18. moodle . youruniversity . com
  19. 19. with
  20. 20. allovertheweb.com / yourlearner
  21. 21. We have created spaces instead of connections
  22. 22. <ul><li>Moving from inputs to outputs </li></ul>
  23. 23. A networked course doesn’t have a centre
  24. 24. But …
  25. 25. We need “centering” to understand
  26. 26. We need “centering” to makesense
  27. 27. We need “centering” to see patterns
  28. 28. We need “centering” to share
  29. 29. We create temporary centres with…
  30. 30. Tags
  31. 31. Alerts
  32. 32. entity relatedness
  33. 33. clustered aggregation
  34. 34. Creating a central message through distributed means
  35. 35. 1. Amplifying
  36. 36. 2. Curating
  37. 37. 3. Wayfinding & Sensemaking
  38. 38. 4. Filtering
  39. 39. 5. Modeling
  40. 40. 6. Persistent presence
  41. 41. CCK08/09/10 edfutures.com
  42. 42. The promise of analytics
  43. 43. <ul><li>www.elearnspace.org (newsletter) </li></ul><ul><li>FB/Twitter/Whatever: gsiemens </li></ul>

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