Develop the skills to succeed in education today.
Digital technologies have fundamentally changed how we learn. The web is no longer simply an information resource, but also a space for interaction, scholarship and creativity.
In this world where knowledge is widely distributed, accessibility is determined by and dependent on the strength of an individual’s learning network. This course will equip you with the skills needed to succeed in education, in this networked age. You’ll explore our digital differences and how to address them and examine ways to grow and manage your own personal learning network.
What topics will you cover?
- How we learn in the network age (learning theory)
- Understanding digital inequalities and digital citizenship in an educational context
- What your Personal Learning Network (PLN) looks like and how you use it
- Growing your network – making new connections and assessing reliability
- Contributing to your network – managing your online identity (single vs multiple); creating and sharing
- Putting your network to work – searching; sending/requesting/posting; collaborating
When would you like to start?
Start straight away and learn at your own pace. If the course hasn’t started yet you’ll see the future date listed below.
Who is the course for?
This course will be useful to anyone in Higher Education, or who is planning to be. It will also be of value to HE educators wishing to close the gap between the traditional instructional style of university teaching and the more interactive means of communication available today.
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Who developed the course?
University of Southampton
Southampton is a place for ambitious people keen to stretch their intellectual abilities and help change the world.