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#EDCMOOC Artefact: choose Utopia

#edcmooc, education, innovation, social responsibility
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Alon Ash

on 27 February 2013

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Transcript of #EDCMOOC Artefact: choose Utopia

A digital Artefact By Alon Ash an assignment for:#EDCMOOC (Massive Open Online Course) E-Learning & Digital Cultures 2013 The University of Edinburgh & coursera.org Utopia :Choose: Education Digital culture & Being human : Utopia? or Dystopia? A digital journey through #EDCMOOC to the future This Artefact is a Blog about education and Digital cultures about being human and the choice between an Utopian or Dystopian future for humanity! Looking at the past Chandler, D. (2002)web essay Technological determinism And Daniel, J: Technology is the Answer:
What was the Question? Looking to the future We were made to think http://educationnext.org/thehumantouch/ http://web.archive.org/web/20121110225939/http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/tecdet/tecdet.html We wrestled with transhumanism http://www.nickbostrom.com/ethics/values.html we had to reflect on education in the digital age http://www.shirky.com/weblog/2012/11/napster-udacity-and-the-academy/ And I argue:
technology and education are a reflection of human abilities and natural evolution
Yet it is up to us to choose what do we do with these powerful tools ! ¿To question? But do we really have a choice? Education Change the old paradigm Open up education innovation Sir Ken Robinson Gardner Campbel: Sugata Mitra: Children driven education Collaboration Steve Fuller ask:
Have we always,
sometimes
or never been human? https://www.khanacademy.org/ https://www.coursera.org/ http://studioschoolstrust.org/ ... ... John hunter world peace game And relate to robots For an answer watch video on next slide > Dystopia You got it!
It`s already here! Do nothing! Utopia For inspiration go to next slide > Just go home watch tv http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20121108-will-men-and-machines-merge http://www.psfk.com/2012/12/ericsson-education-documentary.html Collaboration Education Social responsibility Mutuality Participation 22:00min 14:00min 62:00min Howard Rheinhold way new collaboration 19:00min How cognitive surplus will change the world Is up to us! "Ecologies of Yearning." 13:00min Clay Shirky: Good luck to us all... From Me to We Creativity A taste of the #EDCMOOC experience Johnston, R (2009) Salvation or destruction:
metaphors of the internet http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2370/2158 supportive environment click...clock...click...clock Gamification Alon Ash 2013: http://connectingcontent.wordpress.com/ Mutual responsibility http://www.mutualresponsibility.org/ Reading To Reflect on our future connect *Info overload warning * This is more then just a presentation* take your time *surf first* bookmark* and then dive! Credit and copyrights to: youtube, ted, original publishers, original content owners, websites, authors, and original publishers of all attached materials to this presentation as seen in body of text or links.
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