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Blogging as a virtual co-learning environment in the international course context

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Blogging as a virtual co-learning environment in the international course context. To be presented at EDULEARN16 conference.

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Blogging as a virtual co-learning environment in the international course context

  1. 1. BLOGGING AS A VIRTUAL CO- LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL COURSE CONTEXT Heli Aramo-Immonen1, Salvatore Ammirato2, Jari J. Jussila3 1Tampere University of Technology, Pori Unit, FINLAND 2 University of Calabria, Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering, ITALY 3Tampere University of Technology, Information Management and Logistics, FINLAND EDULEARN 2016 Barcelona
  2. 2. Please find this Slide Show with Audio in YouTube by clicking the link above or follow this Power Point. 09/06/16 2 https://youtu.be/-EFA8OWvZFk
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  5. 5. Context of the study •  This study was conducted on the international Master’s degree course in Knowledge Management (#PLA55106) at Tampere University of Technology, Pori unit in Finland. •  The planning and execution of the course has been a collaborative learning curve for teachers: From the very beginning, Professor Salvatore Ammirato from the University of Calabria Department of Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering and Dr Jari J. Jussila from Tampere University of Technology (TUT) Department of Information Management and Logistics have collaborated with Dr Heli Aramo-Immonen at TUT Industrial Engineering at Pori unit. 09/06/16 5
  6. 6. Theory you find in our paper •  Collaborative learning •  Co-learning environment •  Team based learning •  Virtual teams 09/06/16 6
  7. 7. 09/06/16 7 Team Subject area in the blog main page Subject of the individual blog page Team 1 ICM Intellectual Capital Management Intellectual Capital definitions Social Capital Relational Capital Intellectual Capital Management Team 2 ICM Intellectual Capital Management Intellectual Property Management IPR Intellectual property rights Human recource management Strategic human resource management Team 3 IM Innovation Management Innovation and creativity Process, product and service Innovation How to boost innovativeness in company Definitions of innovation Team 4 IM Innovation Management Innovation Space 4ps Innovation Management Open innovation Disruptive Innovation Team 5 KM Knowledge Management Tacit knowledge Explicit knowledge Experince based knowledge What is knowledge? Knowledge theory Team 6 KM Knowledge Management Knowledge strategy Value based decision making Strategic decision making Knowledge based strategy Team 7 KM Knowledge Management KM 2.0 Personal KM KM Softwares KM versus Information Management Team 8 OL Organizational Learning Organizational learning processes Knowledge sharing arenas SECI model Learning & Development Strategy
  8. 8. 09/06/16 8 Team 9 OL Organizational Learning Single and douple loop learning How to nuture learning in company Learning processes in organization Deutero Learning Team 10 OL Organizational Learning Expansive learning Blended learning Project based learning Problem based learning Team 11 OM Organization's Memory Organizations' memory aids Internal memory aids External memory aids Knowledge transfer Team 12 OM Organization's Memory Knowledge repositories Cognition Ontology (information science) Computer aids Team 13 SOME Social Media Collective intelligence Wisdom of crowds Crowdsourcing Participatory economy Team 14 SOME Social Media Web 2.0 technologies Social media tools Enterprise 2.0 Social business design Team 15 KM Knowledge Management Knowledge Management Systems Process-Oriented Knowledge Management Project based knowledge management Customer Knowledge Management Team 16 SOME Social Media Communities of Practice Colearning SOME platforms
  9. 9. 09/06/16 9 Klick the picture To enter to the Blog page!
  10. 10. 09/06/16 10 Based on our findings, we can conclude that blogging as a virtual co- learning environment in the context of an international course is meaningful and relevant. More than 76% of students agreed that the use of the information and communication aids during the course supported their learning. More than 71% of students expressed the feeling that the new social media tools studied during the course could also be used later in their studies or working life. Blogging, as a collaborative learning environment, is also useful due to its cumulative nature. Students can learn from the earlier year’s students’ pages. In parallel, students can effectively learn from each other. This study offers one possible blueprint for experiments for teachers who plan to include social media tools in their course implementation To Conclude
  11. 11. Some References •  [1] Aramo-Immonen, H., Jussila, J., Huhtamäki, J. (2015) Exploring co-learning behavior of conference participants with visual network analysis of Twitter data. Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 51, Part B, October 2015, pp. 1154-1162. •  [2] Järvenpää S. L., Shaw T. R., and Staples S. D., (2004) The Role of Trust in Global Virtual Teams. Information Systems Research 15(3), pp. 250–267. •  [9] Sofo, F., Volpentesta, A.P., Ammirato, S. (2008), “Establishing a Framework for Collaborative Innovation Processes In A Technological District in Italy”, The International Journal Of Technology, Knowledge And Society, Vol. 4, Issue 1, pp. 169-176. •  [10] Sofo, F., Ammirato, S., Sofo, M. (2013),“Leadership as a Process to Create Organizational Culture and Group Learning“, Organizational Cultures: An International Journal (a section of The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture, and Change Management). Vol. 12, n°1, pp. 71-84. •  [26] Linna, P., Aramo-Immonen, H., Saari, M., Turunen, J., Jussila, J., Joel-Edgar, S., & Huhtala, M. (2015). Assessment of social media skills among vocational teachers in Finland. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 6-8 July, 2015. •  [27] Aramo-Immonen, H., Jussila, J., Huhtamäki, J., Kärkkäinen, H., Joel-Edgar, S. (2016) Visualizing Informal Learning Behavior from Conference Participants’ Twitter Data with the Ostinato Model. Computers in Human Behavior. Volume 55, Part A, February 2016, pp. 584–595. 09/06/16 11
  12. 12. CONTACT Heli Aramo-Immonen, heli.aramo-immonen@tut.fi Twitter: @AramoHeli, Blog: http://heliaramoimmonen.wordpress.com/ Jari J. Jussila, jari.j.jussila@tut.fi Twitter: @jjussila Salvatore Ammirato salvatore.ammirato@unical.it 09/06/16 12
  13. 13. Please find this Slide Show with Audio in YouTube by clicking the link above 09/06/16 13 https://youtu.be/-EFA8OWvZFk

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