Aktuelle Ausgabe des IRRODL E-Journal | CfP der nächsten Ausgabe

04.04.2011 | Ausschreibung

Thema Connectivism: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning

Die frisch erschienene Ausgabe des International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) bietet interessanten Lesestoff rund um E-Learning an Hochschulen.
Hier ein Überblick der Artikel der aktuellen Special Issue zum Thema "Connectivism – Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning":

  • Interconnecting networks of practice for professional learning
  • The challenges to connectivist learning on open online networks: Learning experiences during a massive open online course
  • Emergent learning and learning ecologies in Web 2.0
  • EduCamp Colombia: Social networked learning for teacher training
  • Three generations of distance education pedagogy
  • Connectivism: Its place in theory-informed research and innovation in technology-enabled learning
  • Frameworks for understanding the nature of interactions, networking, and community in a social networking site for academic practice
  • Dialogue and connectivism: A new approach to understanding and promoting dialogue-rich networked learning
  • Proposing an integrated research framework for connectivism: Utilising theoretical synergies

Für die nächste Ausgabe des E-Journals im November 2011 werden nochBeiträge zum Thema „Emergent Learning, Connections, and Design for Learning“gesucht.

Aus dem Call:
Connections? Emergence? Chaos? Complexity? Fractals? Quantum Theory? Although many of these terms originated and have been widely studied in the natural sciences, they are emerging as important interdisciplinary ways to understand both natural and social sciences, including education. The question therefore arises ... are the traditions of what it means to teach and learn being challenged by these concepts, or are we simply experiencing the natural evolution of education through a process of emergence?
The purpose of this special issue of IRRODL is to provide a forum to explore connections, emergence, and design for learning, and in so doing be sensitive to emergent ideas. Because we’ve designed and implemented education in one way for decades does not mean it’s the right way!
We encourage your ideas for topics, with the following list (by no means exclusive) identifying possible topics to be covered in this special issue:
  • Methods for studying emergence in distributed , online contexts
  • Extensive literature reviews of emergence and related disciplines focusing on their significance for education
  • Empirical studies on extent and impact of emergence in learning contexts
  • Emergence and social networks
  • Connections and emergence – is ‘design’ realistic?
  • Designs for learning in connected worlds
  • Connecting affordances – virtual worlds, networks, social media
  • Open educational resources and emergent learning
Submissions, especially those that apply multidisciplinary approaches to online and distance teaching and learning, are welcomed for this issue.

Einreichungsfrist ist der 27. Mai 2011, weitere Informationen zum Call und zum IRRODL E-Journal finden Sie unterhttp://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/

Gepostet von: mschmidt
Kategorie: Ausschreibung