E-learning and Digital Cultures (#edcmooc)
This course will explore how digital cultures and learning cultures connect, and what this means for the ways in which we conduct education online.
The course is not about how to ‘do’ e-learning; rather, it is an invitation to view online educational practices through a particular lens – that of popular and digital culture.
E-learning and Digital Cultures is aimed at teachers, learning technologists, and people with a general interest in education who want to deepen their understanding of what it means to teach and learn in the digital age. The course is about how digital cultures intersect with learning cultures online, and how our ideas about online education are shaped through “narratives”, or big stories, about the relationship between people and technology.
We’ll explore some of the most engaging perspectives on digital culture in its popular and academic forms, and we’ll consider how our practices as teachers and learners are informed by the difference of the digital. We’ll look at how learning and literacy is represented in popular digital-, (or cyber-) culture, and explore how that connects with the visions and initiatives we are seeing unfold in our approaches to digital education.
This course is run by Professor Sian Bayne, Jeremy Knox, Dr Hamish A. Macleod, Dr Jen Ross and Dr Christine Sinclair.
Not currently available.
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