Student Experiences In CCK08

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These slides were used during a brief use case presented to the Open Education Workshop 2008 at Macquarie University.

The talk covered an overview of "Connectivism and Connective Knowledge", a 12-week course run out of the University of Manitoba, my experiences as a student of the course and a quick discussion of some of the tools used by the other students.

Unfortunately with only 5 minutes alotted for the entire talk I couldn't go into much depth. We were also told to limit our visuals to under 3 slides. (As you can see I even broke the rules and used 3. )

I'm hoping for an opportunity to go into more depth in subsequent presentations, because the course deserves ample attention to be understood and fully appreciated.

In that sense I hope this will provide the basis for further discussion.

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Student Experiences In CCK08

  1. 1. Connectivism & Connective Knowledge A Massive, Open, Online Course (MOOC) http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wiki/Connectivism “This course will be a different type of learning experience.” Mode: Fully Online Students: 2,152 formal & informal enrollments Facilitators: George Siemens & Stephen Downes Model: Distributed/Networked Learning Mike Bogle eLearning Research Officer Learning & Teaching @ UNSW Email: m.bogle@unsw.edu.au Blog: http://techticker.net
  2. 2. My Personal Learning Environment ● Enrolled informally ● WordPress Blog for reflection, research, hub for activities ● Commenting, trackbacks for asynchronous discussion ● Tagging/folksonomy to facilitate browsing and searching ● Twitter for resource sharing, support, and communication ● Elluminate for formal course meetings ● Skype, SecondLife for informal synchronous discussions ● LTCWiki, “The Daily” for assignments, course materials ● Google Reader, Alerts for content location, syndication ● Slideshare, Google Docs for presentations ● Flickr for image hosting and sharing ● Creative Commons for licensing and reuse ● Blip.TV, YouTube for video lectures, sharing and viewing
  3. 3. Poll Responses: How do you engage? http://tinyurl.com/toolcloud

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