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Connected learning amsterdam 2014

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Joint presentation by Åke Nygren (Sakin Media) and Jeroen de Boer (Frysklab) at "Het Nationale Bibliotheekcongres in Amsterdam on December 12, 2014.

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Connected learning amsterdam 2014

  1. 1. BOOSTING DIGITAL LITERACIES THROUGH CONNECTIONS & MAKING By Jeroen de Boer, Frysklab, & Åke Nygren, Stockholm Public Library & Mozlib.org @ Het Nationale Bibliotheekcongres, Amsterdam 2014-12-10. Deelsessie: Innovatie van de Bibliotheek: over 'Connected learning' en 'FabLabs'
  2. 2. library makers lifelong explorers language learners connected learners librarian researcher coder teacher US
  3. 3. DIY
  4. 4. Bild: http://media.murberget.se/foto/bild_m/u3/U3742.jpg via Europeana. CC Some rights reserved
  5. 5. Kids are already learning after school - there are studies out there that show they’re online, finding interests from peer circles and becoming experts and reaching mentors. So all that we really need to do is for libraries and schools and other like-minded agencies to realize how they can be a part of that learning, which is already happening Learningfreedomandtheweb.org KIDS
  6. 6. Equity Full Participation Social connection VALUES
  7. 7. PRINCIPLES
  8. 8. educatorinnovator.org/why-connected-learning PRINCIPLES
  9. 9. educatorinnovator.org/why-connected-learning PRINCIPLES
  10. 10. http://openmatt.org/tag/openbadges/ BADGES
  11. 11. MY BADGES
  12. 12. https://webmaker.org/en-US/resources WEB LITERACY MAP
  13. 13. DIGITAL LITERACY
  14. 14. DIGITAL LITERACIES
  15. 15. ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL LITERACIES
  16. 16. ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL LITERACIES
  17. 17. 1. CULTURAL 2. COGNITIVE 3. CONSTRUCTIVE 4. COMMUNICATIVE 5. CONFIDENT 6. CREATIVE 7. CRITICAL 8. CIVIC
  18. 18. CULTURAL
  19. 19. CULTURAL
  20. 20. CULTURAL
  21. 21. COGNITIVE
  22. 22. COGNITIVE
  23. 23. COGNITIVE
  24. 24. CONSTRUCTIVE
  25. 25. CONSTRUCTIVE
  26. 26. CONSTRUCTIVE
  27. 27. COMMUNICATIVE
  28. 28. COMMUNICATIVE
  29. 29. COMMUNICATIVE
  30. 30. CONFIDENT
  31. 31. CONFIDENT
  32. 32. CONFIDENT
  33. 33. CREATIVE
  34. 34. CREATIVE
  35. 35. CREATIVE
  36. 36. CRITICAL
  37. 37. CRITICAL
  38. 38. CRITICAL
  39. 39. CRITICAL
  40. 40. CIVIC
  41. 41. CIVIC
  42. 42. CIVIC
  43. 43. CIVIC Centralization has become the norm—the parameters of everything we do online are determined by a few large organizations. We've grown to accept the idea that the main activity of online life should be contributing content to platforms that someone else controls. We risk creating an Internet where the possibilities are determined by the views of a few. The Internet offers untold potential for humanity. To make the most of it, we need to think of the Internet as “ours.” The heart of the Internet is individuals taking action, making things solving problems, and ultimately building their own environment Mitchell Baker, executive chairwoman of Mozilla People are more naturally protective of what they create than of what they consume. Source: ”How to Save the Net: Take Ownership” http://www.wired.com/2014/08/save-the-net-mitchell-baker/
  44. 44. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlpRwsgnEd8
  45. 45. ÅKE NYGREN Blogs akenygren.se mozlib.org Twitter @akenyg @mozlib_ Paper http://library.ifla.org/1014 THANK YOU! JEROEN DE BOER Blogs jeroendeboer.net Frysklab.nl Twitter @jtdeboer @frysklab

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