#Ectel2015 presentation Self-Directed Learning dimensions #MOOC
SEPTEMBER 15, 2015
The EC-TEL conference is organised in Toledo, Spain, and I just got my slides ready for the presentation on Thursday. It will be a short paper based presentation, describing the background, method, challenges. The presentation will be on Thursday 17 September in session 5A from 14.30 - 16.00 (for unknown reasons in the learning analytics and visualisation session? eLearning futureLearn informal learning mooc online learning presentation research self-directed learningThe short paper is available through Academia here.
free online #elearning research articles from JOLT
NOVEMBER 26, 2013
reflective analysis of the collaborative design process is presented using an adapted, four-fold curriculum design framework. Hart 393-405 Improving Undergraduate Sociology Students'' Presentation Skills through Reflective Learning in an Online Learning Environment Natalia V. collaborative working eLearning journals online learning paper research always nice. Victor J.
Free #mobile research papers from #mLearn Qatar
OCTOBER 31, 2013
Free papers on mobile learning research are made available to all thanks to the mLearn Qatar organizing team. There is a wonderful and rich overview of the latest mLearning research available at [link] With no particular reason except my own interest, I gladly highlight 3 papers I found interesting (so far, reading one paper at the time, whenever possible so lot of time to read still).
Sharing last nights presentation on #mobile #MOOC and learner interactions
NOVEMBER 8, 2012
The slides cover MOOCs and gradually focus towards the research I am currently rolling out to see whether mobile access has an impact on learner interactions in an open, online course. First research data mlearn2012 mobile access in mooc course from Inge Ignatia de Waard.
Historical #EdTech perspective for all researchers @sharplm
NOVEMBER 20, 2015
This is a great, brief set of slides (33 slides) which allows us aspiring/experienced researchers to quickly anchor our own EdTech research or ideas into a historical EdTech perspective (mine: phenomenology, MOOC, social learning). logo programming, mobile learning) all the while linking to inspirational EdTech people who changed the journey of many EdTech researchers (e.g.
Life as a PhD student: brief overview #phd #highered #research
FEBRUARY 5, 2016
As an example of high potential PhD procrastination, download the presentation and take a look at the cartoons by Jorge Cham (FABULOUS!) collaborative learning higher education phd presentation researchYesterday I sent out a call for full scholarship degrees that were open to proposals at the Open University of the UK. think this could be useful for other PhD-potentials.
#Phd update: interest for older employees learning research niche
JULY 23, 2014
The quest to provide research based evidence to upgrade or at least hold on to older employees, and build a rationale to keep them in corporations based on their expertise and knowledge. It feels like an interesting professional research and knowledge niche. So, I am adding that last term to my research as well. reflection is a nice pastime). And I like it.
presentation on eLearning and #mobile influences for #ICT4D
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
Sharing a presentation I gave for the Deutsche Welle Akademie in Bonn, Germany. that remains to be proven (and yes, I intend to proof it with some of my research). These were my shared slides: Presentation eLearning and ICT4D changing realities and challenges from Inge Ignatia de Waard. eLearning ICT4D mLearning mobile mobile learning mooc presentation
Call for papers and presentations on #mobile and online learning
MAY 14, 2014
Interesting conference options for all of us researching mobile, online, and technology enhanced learning. mLearn 2014 conference Dates of conference : 3 - 5 November 2014 Location : Kadir-Has University, Istanbul, Turkey (which is a WONDERFUL location with GREAT researchers!) call for papers conferences mLearning mobile mobile learning online learning research
IAmLearn #mobile newsletter is out: research, ethics, CfP @IAMLorg
MARCH 11, 2016
The 2016 conference theme is Mobile Learning Futures: Sustaining Quality Research and Practice in Mobile Learning. What Killed the Mobile Learning Dream - Traxler IAmLearn Vice-President Professor John Traxler recently spoke at JISC's Digifest about the current state of mobile learning research and practical implementation efforts. via JISC.
New free #research articles #IRRODL lots of interesting papers
FEBRUARY 25, 2014
And from Katy Jordan comes a wide-ranging study that presents the results of a study that draws together MOOC enrolment and completion data from courses across the major MOOC platforms. Thirdly, and not surprisingly in any ODL journal, South African, Balkan, Chinese, and Taiwanese researchers give us the results of their investigations into the use of specific distance learning tools. The relationship of satisfaction to learning is, of course, its own topic, also often researched. So from four continents, multiple researchers using a variety of methods.
Finding jobs as a post-PhD: strategies & opportunities #PhD #research #job
MARCH 17, 2016
In running up to this presentation, I also wrote down some steps that makes up a PhD journey for those interested in taking up a PhD challenge and stretch their research horizons with a formal degree. Today Koula Charitonos and I are sharing some pointers on how to guide your career to where you want to go (as an academic or TELearning professional). The session is part of the valuable CALRG seminars, which are held at the Open University (UK) and are part of academic professional development and reflection.
Using Mobile Devices as Research Tools
Float Mobile Learning
MARCH 5, 2012
Because traditional e-learning has mostly been about presentations and activities designed by expert instructors, distributed to learners via desktop and laptop screens, we tend to forget the power of the
Learning analytics as indicators of online course drop-out a paper by the MobiMOOC research team
MAY 11, 2012
Under the lead of the wonderfully driven Apostolos Koutropoulos , Sean Abajian and Michael Sean Gallagher , all of us in the MobiMOOC research team (other members are Nilgün Keskin , Rebecca Hogue and Osvaldo Rodriguez and myself) got a chance to collaboratively write a paper on "emotive vocabulary in MOOCs: context and participation retention".
Why and how to use #Mendeley to create a #research library
AUGUST 24, 2012
Four days ago I came across this wonderful post from Patrick Dunleavy on why he choose Mendeley to become his personal research library organizer. Luckily my esteemed and warm-hearted colleague Prashanth Srinavas just finalized a presentation right on the subject. So I gladly share his presentation that takes a look at what Mendeley is How to add papers the web importer document details managing your documents and references full text search citing and sharing references creating your professional research profile. Here is his Prashanth's presentation.
Read #MobiMOOC team's best #paper award for #mLearning research
OCTOBER 20, 2011
So we are now seven members in the MobiMOOC research them (alphabetical order): Sean C. The wonderful thing about the MobiMOOC research team is that it is an informally build group. Michael Sean Gallagher, Rebecca Hogue and Nilgün Özdamar Keskin were at mLearn2001 and they gave the presentation accompanying the paper. gladly share their presentation here. off it went.
mLearning #research focus: new features of #html5 for future offline #mLearning
MARCH 13, 2012
Chillian researchers from the Universidad de Chile, Santiago have a wonderful and useful research paper focusing on new features of html5 and how they can be used for situated learning scenarios. What I found of immediate interest was their list of new, useful html5 features related to offline mLearning and semantic features - really nice: HTML5 provides a number of new features that almost all yield to the possibility to enrich HTML sites either by new communication mechanisms or by new presentation techniques. mLearning mLearn research html5 paper
#aufgs2012 Terry Anderson on living, learning, and research in a #networked age
SEPTEMBER 15, 2012
Terry Anderson speaks on the subject of Living, Learning, and Researching in a Networked Era. It was an interesting presentation, also of interest from a MOOC perspective. His focus is on openness as a scholar and the evolution of different learning approaches over the last few decades related to this openness. Connectivist learning is emergent In the classic model where a trainer has a very well defined path of transformative learning, there is very little space for emergence, this is the surplus of more open learning. Questions are still out there: are they useful?
CIDER free webinar: Facilitating quality learning in a Personal Learning Environment through Educational Research
APRIL 27, 2011
Next Wednesday (4 May 2011) you can follow a free webinar featuring a presentation and discussion with Dr. Rita Kop and Dr. Helene Fournier of the National Research Council, Canada. After speculation in the literature about the nature of possible Personal Learning Environments, research in the design and development of a PLE is now in progress. The researchers speaking in this session will report on the educational research involved in the National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Information Technology’s Personal Learning Environment project.
Mobile Learning Edge Roadmap
Mobile Learning Edge
JUNE 14, 2011
Download the Mobile Learning Implementation Roadmap by Gary Woodill, i5 Research. How-to Presentations Toolsmlearning implementation road map.
All content videos on #OER, #MOOC and #opened13
NOVEMBER 11, 2013
If you can, take the rest of the week off for research purposes. And there are a lot of content topics to choose from: If you are interested in Open Educaitonal Resources (cases and theory - either from educational, library resources or a researcher perspective. change conference future of education mooc OER open education presentation there are sessions of interest.
First international 3 min #phd #thesis contest - can it be done?!
JANUARY 23, 2014
Judging Criteria - People''s Choice Comprehension: Did the presentation help the audience understand the research? eLearning online learning online meeting presentation research The wonderful Terry Anderson of Athabasca University in Canada has gathered international partners for the first international 3 minute online thesis contest. Exciting! Quite a challenge!
Free CIDER session on #Ubiquitous #MOOCs and learner interactions
NOVEMBER 6, 2012
Tomorrow, Wednesday 7th November, I will be presenting one of the free CIDER sessions organized by the Canadian Institute of Distance Education Research. The title of this 40 minute presentation (with interactions during or after) will be: Looking at Ubiquitous MOOC Learner Interactions. Starting from the history of MOOCs and their general design, the session will gradually focus on the different learner interactions, mapping preliminary results of a research I am conducting into the effect of mobile access on MOOC learner interactions.
Presentation given at Girl Geek Dinner Cape Town
MAY 4, 2011
Below is the presentation that I gave at the Girl Geek Dinner in Cape Town , 4 May, about women, mobiles ( mwomen ) and exciting possibilities. According to research shown in the report, the barriers to womens’ adoption of mobile phones are: The price of handsets and services; Traditional attitudes towards women’s ownership of productive assets; and. This really struck me.
Future Mobile Learning
mLearnopedia on Blogspot
SEPTEMBER 5, 2011
Future Mobile Learning (29 August 2011) You may also be interested in a presentation on changing technology in education which I gave in August 1996 in which I also talked about mobile. Changing Technology from 1996 View more presentations from Judy Brown. mobile mLearning research mobile learning history future presentation ADLWhat did I miss?
Infographics for Social Media
Mobile Learning Edge
MARCH 7, 2011
Additionally, they also show how powerful the social media is, and how it’s permeated corporations culture and systems: According to The Society for New Communication Research (SFNCR), 92 percent of executives are users of LinkedIn, 51 percent are on Facebook, and 41 percent are on Twitter because these tools are “a great way to keep track of peers and colleagues.” elliance.com.
An overview on the benefits of social media for researchers
OCTOBER 29, 2010
This powerpoint is part of a presentation I gave during the emerging voices conference preparation week at Antwerpen, Belgium. It covers the basic reasons on why to dive into social media tools if you are a researcher. Benefits of social media for researchers 2010 slideshare View more presentations from ignatia.
Free Informal language & MOOC conference call #CfP #MOOC #Language
APRIL 5, 2016
Consider joining (by attending and/or presenting) at the International conference on MOOCs, Informal Language Learning, and Mobility. Abstracts are invited for a 20-minute presentation or a poster in a titled attachment of not more than 300 words in length, with name, address and affiliation. selection of papers will be published in a peer-reviewed and open access online journal: research-publishing.net. call for papers conference education eLearning informal learning language mooc online learning researchDeadline for submitting : 27 May 2016. Conference page.
Free papers on mobile learning from #IMLF2016 conference #mlearning
MAY 25, 2016
In this study, a thematic synthesis methodology was used to develop and present a framework for thinking about the integration of mobile devices in teaching and learning. An ecological framework is then presented to demonstrate how the individual parts of the initial framework operate through a complex, interconnected network of systems involving personal and environmental factors.
If 80% is #informal #learning, why focus on inner-MOOC actions? #MOOC
MAY 28, 2014
A small ''brain wandering journey'' on why I feel MOOC research should look more intensely at informal learning outside of the actual MOOCs (informal learning generated by the dynamics in MOOCs), and overall lifelong learning in an ever changing online learning environment, for a workforce that is becoming older in an knowledge driven era. Informal learning in mixed online/IRL settings.
#Informal learning and the master deck of the guru
FEBRUARY 6, 2013
It is a treasure of key ideas and at the same time such a great personal time saver, as well as a knowledge/management tailoring device. I can see how such a deck, build with my own set of slides and key pointers would enable me to draw up a meaningful presentation in no time, or I could even tailor a presentation on the go having such a master deck at my back hand draw. It can be used for both face-to-face, as well as virtual presentations, so you could even use it while teaching a subject. eLearning presentation knowledge management informal learninggreat.
#mlearn12 impact of #learner interactions on mobile enabled open courses
OCTOBER 17, 2012
Presentation giving an overview of the first steps in a study looking at the impact of mobile accessibility on learner interactions in an open, online course. This presentation was given during mLearn12 in Helsinki, finland. First research data mlearn2012 mobile access in mooc course def from Inge Ignatia de Waard. mobile mLearning education research social media mobile learning mooc mobimooc
Free webinar on phases of Merrill's task-centered #MOOC design #EUMoocs
MARCH 4, 2016
Often MOOCs tend to follow an instructivist approach where learners are mostly expected to acquire and remember the knowledge presented by the teacher. Mart is an experienced lecturer, trainer and a researcher in the field of Technology-Enhanced Learning. Knowledge construction in Massive Online courses is her new research interest.
5 Views of the Future of Mobile Learning
Mobile Learning Edge
SEPTEMBER 17, 2011
Timo Ilomaki has collected 5 different presentations on the future of mobile learning in one post, to allow you to see the variety of results. The first presentation by Rudy De Waele is pretty interesting as he gives us multiple views from 46 different “experts on mobile learning. Given where she works, this presentation uses many examples from the military.
#OEB2014 keynote debate #data corrupts #education
DECEMBER 4, 2014
Example: oh but that is not going to happen some of you might think… but let’s look at Viktor, he is associated with a couple of large, financially rich universities: Harvard, Oxford) The digital data-minded professors The same is true for teachers, professors, research assistants. Research proved this time and time again. On the other hand bigger budgets and funding than ever before are going straight into big data research and implementation (for education among others), because data will enable an improved education. Feel free to share ideas and comments on it. al-Khw?rizm?,
Guidelines on writing a #paper: a synopsis
APRIL 7, 2015
For those wanting more information, you can also take a look at the ''top tips'' for educational research shared through Academia by Mike Lambert. They provide the scientific background that justifies the research you have undertaken and the methods you have used. They provide the context in which your research should be interpreted. guidelines paper research Book title.
Join the #eMOOCs2015 call for contributions and let's meet
NOVEMBER 28, 2014
Whether you are a researcher, a k-12 teacher, a trainer for a big company, or getting a MOOC together for ngo missions. The main idea is that open discussions should replace or add to the traditional conference presentation mode. call for papers conference mooc online learning research the eMOOCs track offer a wide variety to get your experiences known to other colleagues.
Ideas on #bigdata and #education? Share your help
NOVEMBER 21, 2014
If you have firm thoughts on Big Data and how it affects education at present or in the future. will face two GIANTS in Learning Analytics and Big Data: George Siemens (visionair and educational explorer) and the formidable Viktor Mayer-Schonberger , an established top notch Big Data researcher (Harvard, Oxford, Guru on Network Economy). Causality is the basis of all strong research.
Five wonderful Open Access journals to read and write for
NOVEMBER 19, 2015
Getting published has multiple benefits: you reflect while writing, you get feedback from peers on the paper/research that you are writing, and your novel opinion/idea/research/insight can be picked up by hundreds if not thousands of your peers. Open Praxis : is a peer-reviewed open access scholarly journal focusing on research and innovation in open, distance and flexible education.
great paid eBook on #mLearning field work
SEPTEMBER 12, 2013
like the fact that he did this as a combination of his research, as well as a way to disseminate his research to the general public using the Amazon Kindle option. Throughout the book, the emphasis is on how learners make meaning in their day-to-day environments and how that meaning can be presented through multimedia compositions. Really imaginative illustrations!