Open Education Networks


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presentation by paula roush at the takeaway festival 2009, session: knowledge unllmited

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Open Education Networks

  1. 1. paula roush artist & lecturer digital photography london south bank university lecturer art theory University of westminster http://thinkingpractices .
  2. 2. Knowledge Unlimited: open education networks
  3. 3. open education networks: 1- “bricks and mortars’ universities 2- open online learning communities, education start ups and artist-led learning projects 4-the classroom of the read/write web
  4. 4. Architectures of power: "bricks and mortar" universities
  5. 5. Architectures of power: "bricks and mortar" universities university of london: senate house library; 4 TH -7 th floors 1937, Style: Art Deco, Neo-Classical Architect: Charles Holden Inspiration for Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four Ministry of Truth
  6. 6. Architectures of power: "bricks and mortar" universities London South Bank University 1892 > Borough Polytechnic Institute 1992 > modern university 2002> keyworth Centre; style: regeneration-leader Architect: DBP
  7. 7. Architectures of participation: Online universities wikiversity School of everything
  8. 8. Architectures of participation: wiki   sister project: wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation launched June 2006 SF offices   “ e-Learning/ online model“ Aims: create open educational community + open educational contents
  9. 9. Architectures of participation: social learning networks School of everything School of everything 2006/2008 (website) Web start up (co-founders: Dougald Hine,Paul Miller et al) Bethnal green office “ a social learning network that connects people who can teach with people who want to learn.
  10. 10. 4 exemplary movements/institutions: 1- the public library 2-the free software movement 3-free adult education/popular education 4-folk high school movements
  11. 11. -small, cheap organisations using technology to develop new products and services are better at new ways of thinking about the structure of the education system. -free from the physical and personal load, they can focus on the end user rather than in the way things are organized now.
  12. 34. Architectures of participation: classroom of the read/write web
  13. 35. Architectures of participation: classroom of the read/write web The academy is slowly entering this stage of "collaborative authorship". But Educators can assemble their own toolbox of freely available applications using the self-publishing technologies now abundant on the Internet; weblogs, wikis, aggregators, social bookmarking, photo-sharing, rubric-making tools and many others .
  14. 36. Architectures of participation: classroom of the read/write web art of produsage 5Cs: creative collaborative critical combinatory comunicative
  15. 38. Twitter in the classroom of the read/write web: how I use it for work placement (level 2 digital photography)
  16. 39. 1. twitter essential features 1.1. micro-blogging 1.2. following & being followed 1.3. live updates 2.twitter as a teaching tool 2.1. twitter applications: twitpic, tweetdec, twitterfox, search 2.2. twitter strategies: #hashtags, DM, @ 2.3.Integrate tweets in the marking grid
  17. 41. tweet here Update facebook profile
  18. 42. DM DM
  19. 43. #pha09
  20. 50. Thank you!