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I finally managed to develop my list of criteria for the analysis of a Virtual Learning Environment. You can have a look on it here. Please feel free to comment on it.
Jaap, is it right that we now should fulfill the analysis until end of March? Because there seems to be some uncertainty amongst the students…
Something in our communication seems to go wrong… Chris(tine), Chris(toph) and Chris(tina) were online this evening, wednesday 06/12, 8pm cet – but we were missing the rest. We used the time for talking about problems in orienting in our study program. This was interesting, Christine wanted to start a discussion topic on this in this blog because this seemed to be an interesting topic for all students.
We now agreed on meeting again next Wednesday, 13/12/06, 8pm cet. We hope to see you all?!
I have just spoken with Jaap about the times for the Skype-meetings because for me and Christoph Friday does not work and for Christine it is night… So we thought of changing the time to another day.
Our proposal now is to meet Wednesday, 5 p.m. CET, that is 6 p.m. in Helsinki and I think 11 a.m. in Ecuador (is that right?) Could everybody who wants to take part in the course please put a comment on the blog, if this works or not? Or make other proposals. For me I could arrange it Monday to Wednesday, Thursday and Friday I have to teach…
I have one question concerning your course “Didactical Analysis of VLEs”. I would like to participate and have now heard that you have started the course yet in the Skype meeting of the project group “Visual Knowledge Building”. I have read the comment that you would join the meeting on 15th November one day late. But I did not know about a Skype meeting anyway.
Are you going to provide regular Skype meetings for your course? Is there a timetable?
I have downloaded the one document in MimerDesk – are there more documents needed?
Perhaps you could post an entry into this blog with all the information needed to participate in your course – as I probably will not be the only one interested…
Please have a look at our work – ideas, questions, recommondations etc. are higly welcome.
Anyway, we still feel a bit hungry…
This entry is mainly based on the experience of Raimo von Konow….
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After lunch the students active part of the seminar began – with presentations of the group-projects. First was Raimo talking about “Ubiquitous education”. Or speaking in his words: ubication and ubigogy. This presentation was followed by a lively discussion about the digital divide, cultural differences and how these questions are connected to the topic of ubiquitous education speaking in terms of ePedagogy Design.
The next presentation was held by Owen about Blogs, Wikis and Blikis (a word Owen tried to avoid ;-)). It was mainly focused on the differences in use and the advantages and disadvantages of each in pedagogical processes.
Lincoln closed the day giving a short introduction to the topics of the Amagezzi-group. Camilla will give a longer presentation via Skype from Honolulu. To be prepared everybody should read the text she provides at her website due to Saturday.]]>
The seminar is getting closer, and we all are looking forward to it. I have send the programme to all of you, but here (Flyer) it is again. Just to be sure..
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Thanks and cheers,