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Personal Learning Networks

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Reid Kuioka

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Transcript of Personal Learning Networks

ETEC 642: Final Project-Part 2
The Student Affairs Collaborative & Twitter PLN

Personal Learning Networks
Alison Seaman (2013) states the “currency of the PLN is learning in the form of feedback, insights, documentation, new contacts, or new business opportunities. It is based on reciprocity and a level of trust that each party is actively seeking value-added information for the other.”
By Reid Kuioka
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A social network is mainly a tool for communicating with family and friends, joining interest groups, posting photos and videos, and sharing discussions and resources.
Social Network vs.
Personal Learning Network

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Social networks are just a small component of personal learning networks, which can include other platforms such as microblogs, professional profiles, wikis, blogs, social bookmarking, and online conferences or webinars (Patnoudes, 2012)
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The Student Affairs Collaborative
thesabloggers.org

The Student Affairs Collaborative blog is a site for student affairs professionals to share and pool together their ideas and thoughts. It offers:
numerous blog posts
feature of the top five (most read) blogs from the previous month
weekly chat via Twitter to simultaneously converse with others (#sachat)
large directory of student affairs professionals and interests
Twitter: Connecting with hundreds of peers
The personal learning network of Twitter increases my opportunities for collaboration, connections, learning opportunities, access to the collective knowledge of peers, engage in discussions, debates, conversations, and participate in collaborative projects whenever and wherever I like.
Twitter: Connecting with hundreds of peers
References

E Patnoudes. (2012, October 1). Why (and how) you should create a personal learning network. Retrieved from http://www.edudemic.com/2012/10/build-personal-learning-network/

E Stoller. (2009, August 16). Student affairs practitioners and Twitter. Retrieved from http://ericstoller.com/blog/2009/08/16/student-affairs-practitioners-and-twitter/

Lalonde, C. (2012). How important is Twitter in your personal learning network? eLearn Magazine. Retrieved from http://elearnmag.acm.org/archive.cfm?aid=2379624

Seaman, A. (2013). Personal learning networks: Knowledge sharing as democracy. Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Technology. Retrieved from http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/Journal/files/Personal_Learning_Networks.html

See my full Personal Learning Network summary at http://rkuioka.wordpress.com/
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