E-Learning 3.0 Newsletter

Newsletter archives are here

Conversation with Silvia Baldiris and Jutta Treviranus

Last Chance to Participate in the EL30 Survey

This is your last chance to participate in the E-Learning 3.0 survey, which will be closed at the end of the day Wednesday. If you haven't contributed, please consider helping out reserach by clicking here and taking 10 minutes to help.

One Final Live Conversation

Let's wrap up the course with an online conversation anyone can join. When? I've set a default time but I'd rather set a time by consensus. This page is open for editing. Join in and help decide when to wrap up and celebrate the end of the course.


Conversation with Silvia Baldiris and Jutta Treviranus Dec 18, 2018 video For the last week of Learning 3.0 we had a conversation with Silvia Baldiri, who works with the Fundación Universitaria Tecnológico Comfenalco (Colombia) and Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (Spain), and Jutta Treviranus, Director of the Inclusive Design Research Centre (IDRC) and professor at OCAD University in Toronto. We talked about inclusive design, agency and the Social Justice Repair Kit. URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIFG8rpLdYA


#El30 – Experience/Creativity Task
daveymoloney, Davey Moloney, 2018/12/18

The penultimate week of the #EL30 MOOC, Experience. The learning task as set by Stephen called for us to creatively represent our experiences of the #El30 cMOOC and to post about it: Be creative! Using the medium of your choice, create a representation of your experience of E-Learning 3.0. Then post your creation (or post … Continue reading "#EL30 – Experience/Creativity Task"

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]

Creativity at both ends? My #el30 experience
Laura Ritchie, lauraritchie.com, 2018/12/18

Be creative. go. That’s the hardest. We once had ‘guests’ who came and sat on the sofa (for several days) and said – “Oh, carry on as normal, we’ll just watch the show.” That was excruciating. ‘Watch the show?’

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]


The Three Dimensions of Inclusive Design
GitHub, 2018/12/18

The three dimensions of the framework are:

  1. Recognize, respect, and design for human uniqueness and variability.

  2. Use inclusive, open & transparent processes, and co-design with people who have a diversity of perspectives, including people that can’t use or have difficulty using the current designs.

  3. Realize that you are designing in a complex adaptive system.

You can edit this work on GitHub.

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]

Social Justice Repair Kit
Inclusive Design Research Centre, 2018/12/18

The goal of the Social Justice Repair Kit project is to support youth at risk who have learning differences to re-engage in education through an inclusively designed social justice platform that integrates authentic project-based learning. For youth with identified and unidentified learning differences, the Kit will add inclusive design supports to remove barriers to participation.

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]

Contando el valor de la diversidad!
Cuentalo, 2018/12/18

These stories serve as a reference to other people who identify themselves in them and who discover in them similarities with their own life story, which in some cases may turn out to be unfavorable, however, in this discovery, possible methods of coping are identified that allow resolving or resignifying adverse situations optimistically.

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]

Groups of diverse problem solvers can outperform groups of high-ability problem solvers
u Hong, Scott E. Page, PNAS, 2018/12/18

"We find that when selecting a problem-solving team from a diverse population of intelligent agents, a team of randomly selected agents outperforms a team comprised of the best-performing agents." See also Problem Solving by Heterogeneous Agents, by the same authors.

Web: [Direct Link] [This Post]

RSS: https://el30.mooc.ca/course_newsletter.xml