Offline networked learning

 

 

 

Each year the Open University UK produces the Innovating Pedagogy report, which highlights the ten things that are most likely to have an impact in the near future. I always look forward to reading the report. This year I am delighted to be involved as an author. I am working with Mark Gaved on the concept of offline networked learning. Here is the draft section. Comments welcome, do you agree with our focus? Is there anything we have missed? We are particularly interested in what people think of whether there are distinct pedagogical characteristics / challenges of ‘offline networked learning’ that we might have missed, and whether we’ve correctly captured the relationship between offline networked learning and slow learning. Plus good examples of offline networked learning in action that they know of.

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