The next iteration of Open Networked Learning, ONL181, will start 17 September 2018! We are preparing for another exciting course and hope you will join us.
Would you like to:
- Learn about how to create collaborative and flexible learning environments online?
- Learn about using Problem Based Learning in an open setting?
- Extend your professional network?
- Try different digital tools and methods in a pedagogical context?
- Get updated on research and trends in online learning?
If yes – here’s a course for you!
ONL is aimed at teachers, educational developers, learning technologists and course designers in Higher Education, who want to develop teaching using digital tools and learning environments.
The course gives you the opportunity to explore and try collaborative learning in an open online learning environment with colleagues from different universities, disciplines and cultures. ONL181 is offered by Karolinska Institute, Lund University, Linnaeus University, Stockholm University, Luleå University of Technology, Linköping University, Mälardalen University and Karlstad University (Sweden), Arcada University of Applied Sciences and Aalto University (Finland), Independent Institute of Education (IIE) and Educor (South Africa).
Interested in joining ONL181?
Open invitation to collaborate!
We would welcome other higher education institutions to collaborate with us in future courses. If you are an educational institution and would like to become partners in the course please apply by e-mail to Maria Kvarnström (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden) . To become a partner institution you need to provide at least one course facilitator per group of 6 participants.
The ONL course is an open educational resource, licensed under Creative Commons, and you are most welcome to use the material, the design or the whole course at your institution without participating in the PBL work with us. In that case, please register and follow the course as open learners, access the material and participate in the synchronous activities (webinars and tweet chats) as you wish. We would appreciate contact and discussion with you before and during the process.