You’re invited to a workshop:
Mixing Learning Design and Personal Learning Networks
with Joyce Seitzinger
At RMIT University in Mebourne, Australia
On Wednesday 6 August, 2014
At 1.00 – 2.00pm
In room 13.03.07
Map: http://mams.rmit.edu.au/ah5hshrpo0ky.pdf (Map reference, K:18)
This presentation is part of the LTIF project, Beyond Blackboard Course Shells: “What on earth are they using?” (www.whatonearth14.wordpress.com) It will look at the emergence of personal learning networks (PLN) in our students’ lives, and how we can design learning activities that might tie in with, or enhance their PLNs. We will cover:
- The nature of personal learning networks, including some examples
- The difference between learning in online bounded spaces versus online open spaces
- Some suggestions on designing for learning that capitalises on personal learning networks
Joyce Seitzinger is an education technologist and networked learner with 15 years elearning experience in corporate and academic environments. In 2007 her work began to shift from working with institutional systems to developing more networked practices & communities in the academic world. She specialises in digital literacy, social curation and networked learning. In 2014 she founded Academic Tribe, a network of academically skilled people who provide services, training and advice in learning design and networked practices for academics and organisations.
Liquid refreshments will be provided.
This workshop is primarily aimed at RMIT University staff; however, guests from the broader community are welcome. Please indicate if you are an external guest on the rsvp form, below.
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