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    LEARNING IN WEB 2.0

    Lena Hofman

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    Overview

    1. KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, EDUCATION

    2. WHATS GOING ON ATM

    3. NEW LEARNING

    4. LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

    5. Peer-2-Peer University

    6. CHALLENGES

    7. FUTURE

    q&a

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    1.

    Why do we learn?

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    What? Why?

    open source in education?

    openness

    freeness accessibility

    peer learning...

    ...open source + learning =

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    2. Current situation?

    formal education:

    fastinnovation and development

    knowledge becoming obsolete faster

    need for new knowledge & skills on continuous basis

    classical education not accesible to everyone

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    3. New learning

    in search for new sources of knowledge:

    Wikipedia

    Second Life

    VideoLectures, TED, YouTube

    social media

    M.I.T. OpenCourseWare, Connexions

    Open University, Open Learning Initiative, Peoples-uni... open educational resources

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    But why are Open Educational Resources (open access)

    not enough?

    OER

    Social wrapping (socialcapital)

    Communication tools

    OPLE

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    4. Learning Environments

    open source in education?

    openness

    freeness

    accessibility peer learning...

    ...open source + learning =

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    OPLE

    principles & functioning of open source software

    communities:

    remixing, distributing, mashing-up content...

    freeness, openness, access, transparency, community,

    voluntarism...

    content not only used, but also produced

    FLOSS communities:Free/Libre Open Source Software communities. Communities of open source

    software programmers formed around open source software projects (e.g., Linux, Mozilla). The

    Free/Libre part of the name is used for a distinction of free as in free beer and free or libre as

    in the freedom of speech and creativity.

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    5. Peer-2-Peer University (http://p2pu.org)

    online community of open study groups for short

    courses

    grassroot, volunteers

    no charge

    all material under CC license

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    Problems

    drop-outs

    (how-to design and facilitate a course/learning)

    barrier: lack of basic knowledge

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    6. Challenges

    whatis CV

    accreditation, achievements:

    badges (Mozilla Drumbeat)

    codility

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    Badges

    display of skill

    functions: capturing of the learning path

    achievement signaling

    motivation

    identity/reputation building...

    badge displays? (FB, LinkedIn...)

    badge issuers?

    badge: a special or distinctive mark, token, or device worn as a sign of allegiance, membership,

    authority, achievement, etc.

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    7. Future

    change old paradigms

    potential for developing countries

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    Thanks!

    http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/richard_bara

    niuk_on_open_source_learning.html

    @lesnuitsdelena