Des défis de recherche dans les communautés de réseaux sociaux pour l'apprentissage informel des langues
The aim of this course is to make all participants familiar with social media and provide a place to try different methods of assessment and learn from these experiences so that we can describe assessment in social media and learn how to use them together.
The course can be studied independently concentrating in content, links and discussions of wikiversity. Another option is to implement the course as tutored and with student support services.
It is aloud to use these wikiversity materials as part of educational organisations own courses.
The course offers exciting new opportunities for learning with social media and pulls learners into interaction and from knowledge-receiving students into active, knowledge-making students.
Continuing with its efforts to keep students and the international educational community informed about the latest developments on Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Open Courseware (OCW) and general Open Education Resources (OERs), the leading blog Top 5 Online Colleges has just published a list of the most relevant Twitter accounts covering these hot topics.
According to the Top 5 Online Colleges reviewers, “anyone who cares about educational accessibility” should check out the 99 Twitter accounts listed in the blog and see what they have to say about MOOCs, OCW and the overall increase of accessibility to education through digital media.
The accounts are ordered by category, reputation, follower count and general quality and frequency of the content they publish. They cover not only MOOCs and OCW, but many other closely related topics at the intersection of education, technology, and accessibility. Some of them even focus on much more analog styles of learning, from skill sharing to connecting with educational tutors or mentors.
10-hour online social media course for LLP project managers - Sharing online content and complying to copyright
Web2LLP is organising a 10-hour online social media course for managers of lifelong learning projects. Starting in September, the course will consist of 5 modules delivered via videoconferencing in English and French, each lasting for 2-hours. Register here for one or more of the sessions.
The fourth session focusses on managing and sharing content in a social media context through the use of various media sharing and curation tools. It will also include an input on intellectual property rights helping you make sure that your project activities respect necessary constraints in respect to sharing content while still making sure to be as open as possible.
With the Saxon Open Online Course 2013 (SOOC13), the Technical University of Dresden,Chemnitz University of Technology and the University of Siegen made their contribution to the "MOOC" year 2013.