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Education in Abundance: Network Literacies & Learning

  1. 1. EDUCATION IN ABUNDANCE: Network Literacies & Learning Bonnie Stewart @bonstewart University of Prince Edward Island #Elearning16 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Network_bot_drill_down_compromised_areas.JPG
  2. 2. me at work, last APRIL 17th
  3. 3. So. Yes. Thank you for inviting me. J
  4. 4. knowledge scarcity knowledge abundance open practices public models market models closed practices Personalizing Beyond Content… in Changing Times
  5. 5. NETWORKS
  6. 6. Digital + network tools connect people to each other
  7. 7. (When we let them)
  8. 8. •  How we think about tools shapes what we can do with them. •  How we think about learning shapes what we can do with education.
  9. 9. What does it mean to be literate in the 21st century?
  10. 10. Literacies = tools + concepts https://www.flickr.com/photos/zzpza/3269784239/
  11. 11. Literacy, 400 BCE = Threat to Knowledge
  12. 12. Literacy, 1500 CE = Control of Knowledge
  13. 13. Literacies, 2016 BCE = Management & Synthesis of Knowledge
  14. 14. Expanding & expanding…… https://www.jisc.ac.uk/guides/developing-digital-literacies
  15. 15. What literacies are you working on? Where are YOUR strengths?
  16. 16. THINK : PAIR : SHARE What literacies are you working on? What literacies are the faculty & students you work with working on?
  17. 17. LITERACIES OF ABUNDANCE
  18. 18. Knowledge Abundance https://www.flickr.com/photos/oakleyoriginals/4142641838/
  19. 19. "For the first time in human history, two related propositions are true. One, it no longer is possible to store within the human brain all of the information that a human needs. Second, it no longer is necessary to store within the human brain all of the information that humans need. Education needs to be geared toward the handling of data rather than the accumulation of data.” - Berlo, 1975
  20. 20. Abundance = integration of media into daily life
  21. 21. …and education.
  22. 22. Sometimes abundance can be overload http://www.flickr.com/photos/striatic/2191408271/
  23. 23. Structure of Abundance = Networks https://plus.google.com/+DaveGray/posts/CQRVeKEsUvF? pid=5751686447270321954&oid=117373186752666867801
  24. 24. Networks are not JUST digital h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/ironypoisoning/8133705441
  25. 25. Networking: many-to-many communications http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/it/thumb/d/d8/Do_Not_Adjust_Your_Set.jpg/280px- Do_Not_Adjust_Your_Set.jpg
  26. 26. https://www.flickr.com/photos/ooohoooh/1350774613/ Networks are not just for consuming, but connecting
  27. 27. Many-to-many communications allow us to create ourselves as network nodes, forming webs of visible (& invisible) connections
  28. 28. …Like a party line with various private/public options https://www.flickr.com/photos/94342662@N00/3869483214/
  29. 29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/21031300@N02/4076687726/ And permanence.
  30. 30. Abundance = the internet as the world’s biggest small town
  31. 31. Educating in Abundance = Network Learning
  32. 32. So. Trying to map network literacies over systems of education: What does that LOOK like?
  33. 33. Many-to-many communications, & org structures CAN co-exist
  34. 34. http://www.telecomtv.com/articles/tablets/retro-chic-apples-original-macintosh-reimagined-12100 Just add technology?
  35. 35. Architecture of participation
  36. 36. This was the promise of Web 2.0 http://img12.deviantart.net/f1e6/i/2008/081/e/7/web_2_0___everybody_contribute_by_sulich.png
  37. 37. It cannot be achieved by just putting content online. https://www.flickr.com/photos/sepblog/3649959481
  38. 38. Literacy 1: IDENTITY
  39. 39. Identity = Price of Admission https://www.flickr.com/photos/mkhmarketing/8468788107
  40. 40. Digital identity = reputation built through repeated interactions
  41. 41. In institutional structures, an individual has a role. In a networked culture, an individual has an identity, which it is his/her job to differentiate.
  42. 42. Digital identity = control
  43. 43. You need to work on your identity before it will work for you
  44. 44. Identity need not be fully public, but should allow in-group identification
  45. 45. Should scaffold & extend conversations & resource-sharing @hypothes_is!
  46. 46. Should open new conversations
  47. 47. Should model how to navigate many-to-many communications with minimal harm / damage http://www.flickr.com/photos/ooocha/2632434274/sizes/z/in/photostream/
  48. 48. To lead networked learning, facilitators need to be networked too. BUT THEY DO NOT NEED TO BE EXPERTS.
  49. 49. To get started (in any network)…
  50. 50. Building network literacies on your campus = choices https://www.flickr.com/photos/42386632@N00/8528725328/
  51. 51. Literacy 2: CONTRIBUTION
  52. 52. Visitors & Residents https://www.flickr.com/photos/mistergc/20550559482/
  53. 53. There is no such thing as a digital native.
  54. 54. Visitors | Residents •  The web as an untidy garden tool shed •  Actions are instrumental - users leave no social trace •  Task is priority •  The web as a human, social, connected place •  Engagement leaves social traces & connections (& content) behind •  Synthesis is priority
  55. 55. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jiscinfonet/12947691804/in/album-72157641903755433/
  56. 56. Where are YOUR practices?
  57. 57. Emphasizing content & consumption prioritizes visitor approaches https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Belber_Suitcase.jpg
  58. 58. But learners must learn to be productive residents in a world of knowledge abundance.
  59. 59. …and algorithms? and data? ???
  60. 60. Literacy 3: CONNECTION
  61. 61. Networked learning = learning with an audience https://www.flickr.com/photos/tattoodjay/4129779298/
  62. 62. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tmesis/21126825/ Audiences = people The Internet = people
  63. 63. WHAT YOU NEED TO ASK: •  What kinds of conversations do you want to have access to? •  What audiences do you want for your learners? What audiences matter to them? •  What do you – and your learners – have to offer that isn’t being seen right now?
  64. 64. Connect beyond the walls of the classroom https://www.flickr.com/photos/danieldslee/5523383653
  65. 65. Support students to build real audiences for their work
  66. 66. Support professionals to, too. #s enable connection across distance, over shared interests. •  #highered •  #OpenEd •  #edchat •  #digped •  #BYOD •  #educolor •  #lrnchat •  #digilit •  #MinecraftEdu •  #edtech
  67. 67. Create #s to focus conversations or build awareness of upcoming events
  68. 68. NETWORKED LEARNERS: CONTRIBUTE TO ABUNDANCE. CONNECT. CHANGE.
  69. 69. Be the change that will help people navigate change knowledge scarcity knowledge abundance open practices public models market models closed practices
  70. 70. THANK YOU. @bonstewart bstewart@upei.ca

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  • Once I asked a room show me what tools you have for networking the education process…and everyone pulled out phones, and pointed to their laptops. And I said great…but don’t stop there. Look at the people next to you. Think about what you know about teaching. THOSE are tools as well….and to be literate in networks, all are required.
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  • Different from broadcast
  • How many of you have 1:1? Litmus test
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