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Still three days going on fslt12 studies with other students. We Finns have Midsummer Eve on Friday, it begins on Thursday and then comes the Midsummer weekend – no studies allowed, only celebrating our beautiful nature and warm weather. So, how do I use these days? I read the Moodle discussions already and the guiding [...]

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I tried to describe my phases (of learning, participating) during last years. Here is my diagram about the most important factors or steps I have made while participating. I leave the Critical Literacies course outside because I consider it different from these three general courses. I want to assess CritLit separately. First I had to [...]

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PLENK2010 – the course program has ended and many people are pondering about their participation and learning. What happened and why? and why not? I liked the presentation Vahid Masrour gave in our Moodle General Forum: the Participation Spiral. There are stairways to confidence and trust, many excellent questions in this presentation. Vahid also spoke [...]

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Complex and open – simple and secret?

Now I am enjoying some papers guided by CCK09 week 6 Complex adaptive systems. I found the wonderful sites of  SantaFe Institute, really easy and motivating to use. They will be my favourite sites… Another source worth of reading in my opinion is Francis Heylighen, Free University of Brussels. He deals with complexity and information overload [...]

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Connectivism in Europe

Yesterday I turned this blog to an European project and found the question why it was possible to study globally but harder to work in small groups of different universities. And today I found a discussion about the same theme in elearningeuropa pages (communities> discussions): “Web 2.0 is about social networking and the impact it [...]

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