Do we need the ‘digital’ in Digital Pedagogy?

I was recently asked this question during a discussion on LinkedIn. It’s a good question, and one which can also be asked of the distinction between Learning and e-Learning, and between Literacy and Digital Literacy. Should we be treating the digital as something ‘other’, or does digital just represent the next stage in the evolution … More Do we need the ‘digital’ in Digital Pedagogy?

Massive Opportunity Of Course: transforming global learning with MOOCs

This article first appeared on the International Mircosummits website. MOOCs? Bit of a fad, aren’t they? We’ll probably be talking about something else this time next year. Or will we? The continual appearance of new MOOCs and growth of platforms such as Cousera and Udacity suggests that they might be around for some time to … More Massive Opportunity Of Course: transforming global learning with MOOCs

Network Thinking and Network Learning – Harold Jarche

In this insightful blog post Harold Jarche explores the difference between network-centric and hierarchy-centric thinking: Adaptability instead of control Emergence instead of predictability Resilience and redundancy instead of rock stardom Contributions before credentials Diversity and divergence In this second post Jarche gives a detailed introduction to the concept of Network Learning (Personal Knowledge Management) and … More Network Thinking and Network Learning – Harold Jarche