Promoting Technology-
enabled knowledge and
sharing
Processes and Products to OER
Presented by Jennifer Mauvac
ID 0919049
Context of teaching and learning
• Pedagogies
• Learners
• Educational Tools
• Instructors
• Educational Resources
Three primary challenges to
building and sharing knowledge
of practice
• Understanding the resources of local
knowledge
• ...
Making knowledge portable
• Capturing knowledge
• Environments for nurturing open
knowledge
Technological Tools
• Enable educators to represent their
knowledge
• Take advantage of multimedia
• Make it portable
Three cases in open education
• Case One- Sharing course transformation to promote
instructional innovations
• Challenge: ...
Advantages of Merlot community
members
• Better equipped to learn from each other’s
work
• Continuous improvement of educa...
Benefits of the three technology-
supported environments
• Knowledge building and sharing
• More productive
• Engaging
• S...
The three supported
environments
• First space- A space for incubation: Carnegie
workspace, incubating ideas and sharing
o...
Uses of Carnegie workspace
• Communities
• Collaboration
• Documentation
• Allowing for tentative ideas
• Successes and ch...
Towards building sustainable
knowledge networks
• A vision of teaching and learning commons
• To harness the power of soph...
Other uses-Teaching and
learning commons
• For open knowledge exchange
• A means of supporting a circle of
knowledge build...
Important
• Elements of search
• Inspiration
• Creation
• Guidance
• Harvesting
• Commenting
Looking ahead with lessons
learned-Sets of lessons
• Relationship
• Specific kinds of practice
• Issues of tool developmen...
Guiding questions for future
work-Core questions
• How to improve education quality and
accessibility
• What help or guida...
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  1. 1. Promoting Technology- enabled knowledge and sharing Processes and Products to OER Presented by Jennifer Mauvac ID 0919049
  2. 2. Context of teaching and learning • Pedagogies • Learners • Educational Tools • Instructors • Educational Resources
  3. 3. Three primary challenges to building and sharing knowledge of practice • Understanding the resources of local knowledge • Extracting it • Representing it in a way so that it can bo used by others
  4. 4. Making knowledge portable • Capturing knowledge • Environments for nurturing open knowledge
  5. 5. Technological Tools • Enable educators to represent their knowledge • Take advantage of multimedia • Make it portable
  6. 6. Three cases in open education • Case One- Sharing course transformation to promote instructional innovations • Challenge: Sharing knowledge experience • Case Two-Promoting effective use of open Educational Resources by sharing Pedagogical experience • Two challenges: • To gain access to the author’s knowledge and experience in designing and using the materials. • To share their challenges and success in using them. • Case Three-Enabling cross-instructional about effective use of open educational: Development of snapshots
  7. 7. Advantages of Merlot community members • Better equipped to learn from each other’s work • Continuous improvement of educational materials
  8. 8. Benefits of the three technology- supported environments • Knowledge building and sharing • More productive • Engaging • Sustainable both individually and collectively
  9. 9. The three supported environments • First space- A space for incubation: Carnegie workspace, incubating ideas and sharing ongoing work for peer-review. • Second space- The gallery of Teaching and Learning, provides educators a rich source of inspiration for improving practice and educational transformation. • Third space-The teaching and learning commons- an open forum: allows communities of practice and reflection to grow.
  10. 10. Uses of Carnegie workspace • Communities • Collaboration • Documentation • Allowing for tentative ideas • Successes and challenges to be shared along every step of the process • Scaffold processes of investigation • Data collection • Reflection
  11. 11. Towards building sustainable knowledge networks • A vision of teaching and learning commons • To harness the power of sophisticated knowledge management and community support technologies-examples • Tagging • Connecting • Rating tools • Recommendation engines • Social bookmarks • Networking tools
  12. 12. Other uses-Teaching and learning commons • For open knowledge exchange • A means of supporting a circle of knowledge building and sharing • Create- document and reflect • Share-review and critique • Use-assimilate and remix
  13. 13. Important • Elements of search • Inspiration • Creation • Guidance • Harvesting • Commenting
  14. 14. Looking ahead with lessons learned-Sets of lessons • Relationship • Specific kinds of practice • Issues of tool development and promotion
  15. 15. Guiding questions for future work-Core questions • How to improve education quality and accessibility • What help or guidance is needed? • Hoe to find hackers? • How to take full advantages of a wide range of technologies? • How to enable centres to become practical and useful in a local context?

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