This free online seminar with BC Campus is an exploration and discussion of how learning does (or does not) take place in complex learning environments, such as open online courses, and how this interacts with learning design.
To do this we will share our past and current research into emergent learning, which has been published in two papers – http://footprints-of-emergence.wikispaces.com/Emergence In particular, we will explain and discuss the framework we have developed for ‘complex’ learning environments – Footprints of Emergence.
This framework enables learners and learning designers to articulate, map out, and reflect on critical aspects of learning in open, emergent learning events, both individually and collaboratively and results in visualizations of the learning experience – see our open wiki for examples of learner experience footprints.
SCoPE Blackboard Collaborate Room: http://urls.bccampus.ca/scopeevents
- Tuesday, 19 November 18:00 GMT
We will introduce ourselves and discuss what emergent learning is and the progress of our research. This will be followed by asynchronous discussion in the forum, where we can discuss further questions and any issues arising from the webinar.
- Tuesday, 29 November 18:00 GMT
This webinar will focus on drawing footprints of emergence and a discussion of the critical factors, which we use to describe and map out the learning experience. We will encourage all participants to draw their own footprints.
To contribute you will need to create an account on the SCoPE site — a quick process. Are you new to SCoPE or wondering how to manage your participation – Visit http://scope.bccampus.ca/mod/page/view.php?id=1921
Registration is not required. Just show up at http://scope.bccampus.ca/mod/forum/view.php?id=940