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Learning Futures: Introducing eLearning into your Company


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Invited presentation for the Chartered Institute of Personnel Directors, HRD Conference, Olympia, London, April 25, 2013.

Invited presentation for the Chartered Institute of Personnel Directors, HRD Conference, Olympia, London, April 25, 2013.

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    • 1. Learning Futures:Introducing eLearning into your CompanySteve Wheeler@timbuckteethPlymouth University, UK
    • 2. SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013Introducing eLearning into your company?
    • 3.,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 4. Image source: toonlinelearningspacesSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 5. “If you think of the Web mainly as aplace to ‘look up things’, you aremissing the point”.– Alec Couros (2012)SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 6. SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013 tracking
    • 7. VLE or PLE
    • 8. Personalised learning means ensuringthat individual differences areacknowledged
    • 9. We are family
    • 10. Wii are family!
    • 11. Personal Learning EnvironmentSource: Wheeler & Manish Malik (2010)SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 12. Personal Learning NetworksPhoto by Steve WheelerSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 13. //“ ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ …is an axiomfor collecting knowledge… through collecting people”.- Karen StephensonSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013Distributed LearningParagogy
    • 14. Photo by Mark Hillary
    • 15. LearningUsergeneratedcontentSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013Learning by making
    • 16. Learning2.0ToolsCollaboratingSharingVotingNetworkingUsergeneratedcontentArchitecture of participationTaggingSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 17. Blogging and Tweeting
    • 18. Modes of learningInformalFormalCollaborativeReflectiveE-portfoliosEssay writingGroup workCo-operative learningSocial networkingBloggingMicrobloggingSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 19. Space integrationCommunity spacePersonal spaceSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 20. Wiki blog integrationReflective spaceCollaborative spaceBlog WikiCommunity spacePersonal spaceSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 21. Wiki blog integrationReflective spaceCollaborative spaceBlog WikiNegotiation of meaningCo-construction of knowledgeCommunity spacePersonal spaceProximal DevelopmentProfessional IDSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 22. Wiki blog integrationWho I am What I knowBlog WikiReflectionSelf expression(Brescia & Miller, 2006)Creative writingCritical thinkingMeta cognitive processesSocio cognitive processes(Gleaves et al, 2007)Sharing/exchangingEditing/modifying(Tu et al, 2008)SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 23. Blended Learning?
    • 24. Community as curriculumMOOCPhoto: Steve Wheeler
    • 25. Twitter as a libraryTwitter as a street cornerTwitter as a broadcast channelTwitter as amplificationSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 26. Source: Jane Hart recent research findings…
    • 27. • just converting face-to-face courses into page-turning online formats (e-learning) isn’t enough• trying to make online courses “engaging” and“fun” isn’t the answer either – since most findinteractivities “trivial” at best and “insulting theirintelligence” at worst, and• adding in (or blending) informal, social or mobileinto current training practicies, just because it isthe current fashion to do so – also won’t make alot of difference.Source: Jane Hart workplace L & D departments it means thatfor Knowledge Workers …
    • 28. • supporting the continuous development andperformance improvement of their people throughboth team collaboration and independent professionallearning and…• helping to address specific performance problems inthe most appropriate way. This means first undertakinga performance analysis to ensure that a trainingsolution is not automatically assumed to be thesolution to a problem (so is not the same thing as aTNA). But, where some form of training is identified asthe best solution, then, for Knowledge Workers,ensuring that the solution incorporates as many of the5 characteristics as (relevantly) possible.Rather, it means working in closer partnership withpeople managers and …Source: Jane Hart
    • 29. What kind of learners?
    • 30. Learners taking notesPhoto: Lori CullenSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 31.,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 32. Power users 14%Ordinary users 27%Irregular users 14%Basic users 45%Source: Kennedy et al (2010) Beyond Digital Natives and Immigrants: Exploringtypes of net generation students, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 26 (5).n = 2096, mean age range 17-23 yearsSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013The research shows something else…
    • 33. Residents or Visitors?White and Le Cornu, 2012
    • 34. ‘New’ learners are...• more self-directed• better equipped to capture information• more reliant on feedback from peers• more inclined to collaborate• more oriented toward being their own“nodes of production”.Education Trends | Featured NewsJohn K. Waters—13 December 2011,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 35. “60% of all Internetpages containmisleadinginformation.”- Thomas EdisonLearners need ‘digital literacies’SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 36. SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 37. “Lee Harvey and the Wailers”(Lee Harvey did not jam alone),UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 38. languageManaging online identitynameimagesnetiquettereputationavatar interactionprivacypersonal dataidentitylegacyreputationnameprivacyimagesinteractionLearners need ‘digital wisdom’SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 39. Not only skills......Literacies
    • 40. Learners will need new ‘literacies’• Social networking• Transliteracies• Privacy maintenance• Identity management• Creating content• Organising content• Reusing and repurposing• Filtering and selecting• Self presenting,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 41. “Knowledge thatis acquired undercompulsionobtains no holdon the mind.”- SocratesPlato,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 42. SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 43. “Blogging ... Is themost important formof unchoreographedpublic discourse thatwe have.”- Lawrence Lessig“Never have somany peoplewritten so muchto be read by sofew...”- Katie HafnerSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 44. Flip the roles, not the classroomSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 45. PassiveObserverTransactionalParticipantPeripheralParticipantCoreGroupFullMemberAdapted from: Karalis, T. (2010) Situated and transformative learning: exploring thepotential of critical reflection to enhance organizational knowledge, Developmentand Learning in Organizations, Vol. 24 (1), 17 - 20SteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013
    • 46. learn by teachingSteveWheeler,UniversityofPlymouth,2013