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Transcript of Online Transparency
Online Environement Transparence is dominant from
a social network Students benefits Institutional benefits The three positive effects
in the learning process "Preventive quality improvement: We are prone to provide better quality when we know that others have access to the information and contributions we provide;
Constructive quality improvement: We may learn from others when we have access to their data and contributions;
Reactive quality improvement: We may receive feedback from others when they have access to our data and contributions."
Risks of too much
transparence the learning process benefits "Transparency could reduce the amount of low quality contributions and make high quality work more accessible as paragons for others. In transparent online learning environments, poor teachers and course designers cannot easily hide their work behind closed doors." "Became transparent in the
learning process" 1)sharing information;
2)the feedback from their colleagues,
3)teachers and the online community;
4)make the work process visible in an online community. 1)inappropriate content;
3)criticism from dissatisfied students;
4)students who expose too much information. Tools Web 2.0:
- Web page;
- Moodle (Foruns);
- Facebook... The degree to which participants
in computer-mediated communication
feel affectively connected one to another. Social presence Elaborado por:
Mestrado em Pedagogia E-Learning
Disciplina: Processos Pedagógicos em E-Learning
Docente: Professor Morten F. Paulsen
Bibliografia Christian Dalsgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark, Morten Flate Paulsen, Transparency in Cooperative Online Education, The Norwegian School of Information Technology, Norway;
Michael F. Shaughnessy, Senior Columnist, EdNews.org, An Interview with Morten Flate Paulsen: Transparency in Online Education:
Morten Flate Paulsen, Facing twelve hundred online students, Norwegian Information Technology College, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nki.no/pp/MFP;
Morten F. Paulsen , http://www.slideshare.net/MortenFP/visualizing-student-profiles-through-nkis-online-catalogue-and-student-network;
Teaching as transparent learning, http://www.connectivism.ca/;
Morten F. Paulsen, Transparency for Cooperation, Toonlet
D. Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson, E-learning in the 21st century: a framework for research and practice;
In Conclusion I Can Say 1) Online transparence relieves from a social presence - that begins in personal information until network tasks -;
2) Transparence is dominant from a social network – puts visible the work of what we are doing -;
3) Transparence is particularly relevant within cooperative learning - students follow the work of their colleagues, share and learn one of which others -;
8) The three positive effects in the learning process are:
a) ‘Preventive quality improvement: We are prone to provide better quality when we know that others have access to the information and contributions we provide
b) Constructive quality improvement: We may learn from others when we have access to their data and contributions.
c) Reactive quality improvement: We may receive feedback from others when they have access to our data and contributions.’
9) There are some ethic riscks in transparecence, so we shoudn't have inappropriate content and whe should have copyright issues. It shouldn't have criticism from dissatisfied students and studentscould not expose too much information’
4) There are several tools - web 2.0 - that improves transparence - forums, blogs, assignments, twitter... -;
5) Students benefits in being transparent are: sharing information, the feedback from their colleagues, teachers and the online community, and, make them visible in a online community;
6) Institutional benefits are: became transparent the learning process.
7) Teacher / the learning process benefits: ‘Transparency could reduce the amount of low quality contributions and make high quality work more accessible as paragons for others. In transparent online learning environments, poor teachers and course designers cannot easily hide their work behind closed doors.’(I couldn’t say it better); http://www.flickr.com/photos/marc_smith/4511843933/ (CC) http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/671/1267 (CC)