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From E-Learning to Open Network Learning

A presentation at Singapore Institute of Technology, October 7, 2013.
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Chih-Hsiung Tu

on 26 October 2016

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Transcript of From E-Learning to Open Network Learning

From E-Learning to Open Network Learning
Interaction
Learner-Instructor
Learner-Content
Chih-Hsiung Tu, Ph.D.
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

A Presentation for
Singapore Institute of Technology

Instructivism Online Learning
Constructivism Online Learning
Connectivism Online Learning
Paradigm
Instructivism
Teacher-Centered
Learner as recipients
Constructivism
Learner-Centered
Learner as consumer/constructor
Connectivism
Personalized & collaborating
Learners as network creators
Personal Learning Environment (PLE)
Open Network Learning Environment (ONLE)
Tools
Platform
LMS
BlackBoard
Moodle
Desire2Learn
Multi-tool platform
Web 2.0 tools (Wiki, Twitter, SNS, blog...)
Mobile tools
LMS
BlackBoard
Moodle
Desire2Learn
Close System
Open System
Learning
Learner-Instructor
Learner-Content
Learner-learner
Learner-Instructor
Learner-Content
Learner-learner
Learner-Community
Community-Community
Formal Learning
Formal Learning
Formal Learning
Informal Learning
Lifelong Learning
Global Digital Citizen
Activities
Replicate FTF instructions
Lecture recording
Online content
Quiz
Test
Assignment dropbox
Instructivism
Constructivism
Connectivism
Interactive instructions
Discussion board
Synchornous chat
Group space activities
e-Portfolio
LMS: wiki
LMS: blog
Interactive network instructions
To create, share, manage content
Multi-modal discussion
Students generated eTextbooks
Network collaboration
wiki, social bookmarking
Mobile learning
Instructivism
Constructivism
Connectivism
Instructivism
Constructivism
Connectivism
Strengths
Weaknesses
Familiar formats
Consistent tech. interface
Easier to manage
More distributed
More interactive
Take learning responsibilities
Highly distributed
Highly personalized
Highly social & collaborative
Less interactive
Impersonal
Passive learning
Static resources
Dexontextualized
Teachers: Less control
Students: Not used to take control
Require more time
Require high self-regulated learning skills
Competency
Perceptions
Supports
Privacy, security issues
Knowledge is transferred from teacher to students.
Knowledge is constructed by students.
Knowledge is distributed across learning networks.
Contact
Chih-Hsiung Tu, Ph.D.
Chih.Tu@Nau.Edu
Network Linkage Design Model
Design Model:
Online Collaborative Learning Community
Pedagogy & Technology
Pedagogy (Instructional Design)
Soft Technology
Online Learning Tools
Hard Technology

Pedagogy & Tools shape each other.

It's not what we have (tools); it's about how we put them together (pedagogy).
(Tu, 2013)
(Tu, 2004)
PLE
Set their own learning goals,
Manage their learning contents & process, &
Communicate with others in the learning process so that their learning goals can be achieved (van Harmelen, 2006).
ONLEs
are digital environments that empower learners to
participate in creative endeavors,
conduct social networking,
organize/reorganize social contents, &
manage social acts
by connecting people, resources, & tools
by integrating Web 2.0 tools to design environments that are totally transparent, or open to public view;
the same architecture can be used to design the degree of openness users feel is necessary to the situation.
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