Category Archives: Me as a teacher

My DBR proposal

How can Connectivism and Networked Global Learning (NGL) principles be used in ERP system implementations? The aim of this design-based research (DBR) proposal is to present a theory-informed plan for using NGL to transform my approach to supporting ERP system implementations … Continue reading

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How NGL can inform my role as teacher.

The development of network technologies has changed the way we operate with knowledge (Harley, 2008).  Connectivism and networked learning means that today’s and tomorrow’s learners are able to access infinite sources of information.  Furthermore, they are able to build relationships, … Continue reading

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Week 8 – Your learning? Your networks?

In considering this week’s study questions; What do need to still learn about NGL? How will learn it? How did you learn it? I feel that critical reflection is one of them.  David’s link to  The University College Dublin‘s page on How to be … Continue reading

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Diversity and tools – me as a teacher

As discussed by Andrew in his post on Diversity of Learning Environments the danger is that we promote a ‘one size fits all approach’ which simply cannot work.  We need to be able to cater for individual needs in being … Continue reading

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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it – Technology to support Communities of Practice (CoPs)

In thinking about Web 2.0 technologies and how they can support knowledge and networks within an organsiational context I think that there must be many considerations an organisation must consider before their introduction.   Going back to David’s earlier post “Supported” versus … Continue reading

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Learning to choose the shiny apple in the tree of knowledge!

Annelise’s post about how networks are changing knowledge got me thinking about my role as a learner and a student.  Throughout this course I am finding that through reading everybody’s posts I am learning a lot more than when I just … Continue reading

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The manifestations of knowledge are at risk and all it took was the touch of a hyperlink.

In looking at the book Too Big to Know that David Weinberger and in reading Annelise’s post I couldn’t help but be amazed at how, led by the internet, knowledge has become more social, mobile, and open then ever before.   The question of what knowledge … Continue reading

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