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Presentation for the Online Round Table on 6th April 2009

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  1. EduPunk - possible in Higher Education environments? Martin Ebner
  2. LaBomba Aida - Second Life
  3. Technology enhanced Learning
  4. uLearning
  5. „It‘s not about matching traditional models with existing tools anymore; It‘s about developing a brand-new pedagogical model and implementing the Next generation Web environment upon it.“ Antonio Fumero, 2006
  6. Future?
  7. Mobile Learning?
  8. Jim Groom coined for the first time EduPunk
  9. „Edupunk is an approach to teaching and learning practices that result from a do it yourself (DIY) attitude. Many instructional applications can be described as DIY education or Edupunk. It describes inventive teaching and inventive learning“
  10. EduPunk definition (Stephen Downes, 2008): • - As a reaction against the commercialization of learning • - To symbolize the do-it-yourself of educational technology • - Thinking for yourself instead of being told what to think and learning for yourself instead of being told what to learn
  11. „Do we need EduPunk to enhance our Edcuation?“
  12. creativity / individuality / collaboration?
  13. University - the closed castle?
  14. Step towards digital lecture room Interactive mass education Has the end of the chalkboard come? Martin Ebner, Walther Nagler - Microlearning 2008
  15. Mobility
  16. Learning environement of the future • - ... has to support the individual learning needs of the learners (PLE) • - ... has to support the lecturers as well • - ... has to consider the Web as communication and collaboration environment
  17. „Learning and teaching should not depend on technology - it should happen amongst using it.“
  18. SOCIAL LEARNING Computer and Information Services Graz University of Technology Graz University of Technology Martin Ebner