110914 (wr) v1 informal+formal = powerful learning environment in a connected world

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110914 (wr) v1 informal+formal = powerful learning environment in a connected world

  1. 1. Informal+formal:powerful learning environment in a connected worldWilfred Rubenshttp://www.wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.slideshare.net/wrubens
  2. 2. My ideas about life long, informal and formal learningHow OU wants to facilitate life long, networked learning
  3. 3. Life long learning: necessity (No talent to waste)© Europa
  4. 4. Life long learning: necessity (No talent to waste)© Europa‘Espoused Theory’ or ‘Theory in Use’?
  5. 5. Source: NYU Wagner
  6. 6. Internettechnologychanges the way we live Source: NYU Wagner
  7. 7. Internettechnology changes the way we liveBut does it change the way we learn? Source: NYU Wagner
  8. 8. This social might is now moving toward yourcompany. We have entered the age of empoweredindividuals, who use potent new technologies and harness social media to organize themselves. (...) Both your customers and your employees have started marching in this burgeoning social media multitude, and you’d better get out of their way— or learn to embrace them. David Kirkpatrick, 2011
  9. 9. “learn toembrace them”
  10. 10. This social might is now moving toward our company 1: Are 5: Very you 2 3 4 muchkidding?
  11. 11. And what about L&D: is this social might now moving toward our company ? 1: Are 5: Very you 2 3 4 muchkidding?
  12. 12. What does it mean forprofessional learning?
  13. 13. Don’tAdd ‘social functionality’ to courses and training
  14. 14. Don’tAdd ‘social functionality’ to courses and trainingSimplify the dichotomy formal-informal learning
  15. 15. +Complexity work - + Changeability work
  16. 16. + Can you plotComplexity your organization or department? work - + Changeability work
  17. 17. Activities -: facilitated, + informal +: planned, organized, formalLearning - objects + Setting - + Based on Weistra, 2005 + Content
  18. 18. DoFocus on the affordances of social media for learning, and apply
  19. 19. DoFocus on the affordances of social media for learning, and applyFocus on technology, pedagogy and content knowledge in a context
  20. 20. DoFocus on the affordances of social media for learning, and applyFocus on technology, pedagogy and content knowledge in a context Personalization
  21. 21. DoFocus on the affordances of social media for learning, and applyFocus on technology, pedagogy and content knowledge in a context Personalization Redesign curricula
  22. 22. Social learning• Encourage & Engage instead of Command & Control• Collaborative learning• Interaction, participation and sharing• Support people to learn continuously in workflow• Facilitating rich and accesable learning resources (e.g. courses)• Improve performance (performance output instead of learning outcomes) Source: Jane Hart, 2011
  23. 23. Open University: spider in the web of life long learning Source: km6xo
  24. 24. OpenU: system that facilitates life long learningStart:- Learning Sciences & Technology- Informatics
  25. 25. OpenU: system that facilitates life long learningStart:- Learning Sciences & Technology- Informatics
  26. 26. Target groups• Bachelor students• Master students• PHD• Refresh knowledge• New job or profession• Keeping up
  27. 27. Online services• Online courses (e.g. Focus programs)• Topics• Knowledge subscriptions• Online masterclasses• Social media• Open educational resources• Platform for collaboration
  28. 28. Knowledge subscription• All digital content online courses• Access online masterclasses (10 per year)• Discount F2F events• Social media• 240 euro a year
  29. 29. Online masterclasses• Interviews experts about specific subjects• Articles to read• Forum (questions previously)• Interaction by chat• Moderated• 0,5 - 1 hour
  30. 30. Social media• Blogging in communities• Personal blogging• Search and invite• Fora• Wiki• Integration tweets• Connection with Facebook
  31. 31. Open educational resources• Free articles, blog posts e.g.• Snapshots courses• Free courses• OER is part of OpenU
  32. 32. Business model Free
  33. 33. Business model Registrated users Free (free content and interaction)
  34. 34. Business model Registrated users Subscribers (all content, access Free (free content and to online master classes, etc) interaction)
  35. 35. Business model Registrated users Subscribers (all content, access Students, Free feedback (free content and e.g. to online master classes, etc) interaction)
  36. 36. Recurrent ‘education’ 2.0 Focus program Subscription Subscription Master Course Registration Focus program Subscription
  37. 37. Recurrent education 2.0• Sustainable committment• Teaching and learning• Learning as a life long process, not as an event• Networked learning
  38. 38. My professional developmentcould be facilitated with such a learning portal
  39. 39. Improvements to be made• More personalization• Finalizing redesign curricula• More options for filtering and focussing
  40. 40. Vragen? wilfred@wilfredrubens.com http://www.wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.slideshare.net/wrubens

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