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Learning in the workplace



Researching learning among knowledge workers



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Working space as learning placekitchen_600Colinoffice_600study_600kitchen_600bus_600watch_600

Fri, 16 Sep 2016 13:03:19 +0000

Graham Attwell challenged me to describe my working place as a learning place: illustrating my description with five photographs. For me, like Steve Wheeler, work and learning are pretty much inseparable – indeed I’ve used the term ‘Personal Work and Learning Environment‘ in a few papers I’ve written exploring how an individual’s informal learning during … Continue reading "Working space as learning place"(image)


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MOOC Design ChallengesColin

Wed, 20 May 2015 13:39:19 +0000

Yishay Mor has been promoting a survey from the MOOC Design patterns project asking for MOOC design challenges (https://t.co/oodonpXoLG). It was a simple bit of work to reverse engineer the recommendations Allison and I had developed last year for our PL-MOOC study. Here are the design challenges i came up with. 1. Personalisation: how can … Continue reading "MOOC Design Challenges"(image)


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Paper notes: Beheshitha et al 2015.Colin

Thu, 26 Mar 2015 14:45:33 +0000

An interesting paper from Dragan Gašević & colleagues presented at LAK15. This quantitative study looked at SRL behaviours – complementary to our qualitative approach. Beheshitha, S.S., Gašević, D., & Hatala, M. (2015) A process mining approach to linking the study of aptitude and event facets of self-regulated learning. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on … Continue reading "Paper notes: Beheshitha et al 2015."(image)


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PL-MOOC study reflectionColinImage

Fri, 04 Apr 2014 15:06:26 +0000

  We’ve now reached the end of the funding period for PL-MOOC and, while there is still some analysis to conduct and some papers and outputs to write, the final report is written and the main findings synthesised. Allison and I have tweeted about the recommendations and the main findings but I thought i would … Continue reading "PL-MOOC study reflection"(image)


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MOOC Research ConferenceColin2013-08-28 17.39.35

Wed, 11 Dec 2013 12:43:44 +0000

Back a few days from mri13 and now that the experience has settled in somewhat I thought I would try and reflect on the conference and what I learned about the current mooc landscape and its impact on our research here at the Caledonian Academy. First off, thanks to George Siemens and Co. for bringing … Continue reading "MOOC Research Conference"(image)


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Productive MOOCsColinOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Fri, 05 Apr 2013 10:38:03 +0000

One of my frustrations with MOOCs is that while they provide value for the individual, their (lack of) collective value is a missed opportunity. Although I’ve had a blog post in the works for almost a year, I could never work out how to write it concisely. A recent post by Rachel Harris of Inspire Research  provided … Continue reading "Productive MOOCs"(image)


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From consumption to curation – but where are we headed.ColinImage

Wed, 27 Mar 2013 14:51:13 +0000

We have previously described four learning behaviours which we feel describe the ways in which an individual engages with their personal and work learning environment/ personal learning network. See Littlejohn, Milligan and Margaryan, 2011 and Milligan, Littlejohn and Margaryan, 2012 for academic papers). We term the behaviours the 4c’s: consume, connect, create and contribute. We … Continue reading "From consumption to curation – but where are we headed."(image)


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Lurkers, lurking and labelsColinConic Hill from Drymen primary school

Wed, 06 Mar 2013 12:18:05 +0000

Our SRL-MOOC study has been getting some attention thanks to a post by Phil Hill which built on the categories I had assigned to learners in Change11 that were emerging from our data analysis. There’s been some discussion going back and forth in the comments (where I think it ought to be), but a comment … Continue reading "Lurkers, lurking and labels"(image)


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LCL: The maps of My ChildhoodColinImage

Tue, 05 Mar 2013 23:39:53 +0000

The activity for session two of the LCL course is to read the forward to Seymour Papert’s Mindstorms (1980) entitled The Gears of My Childhood and ‘write about an object from your childhood that interested and influenced you‘. My object is an Atlas. I have been fascinated by maps for as long as I can remember and though … Continue reading "LCL: The maps of My Childhood"(image)


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LCL2: Interest-based LearningColinmoon_llnp

Tue, 05 Mar 2013 18:48:54 +0000

Writing deadlines mean I am a week (or so) behind in the LCL course, but I do still hope to keep up. Session 2 was about Interest-based learning and was based on the following readings: Seymour Papert (1980): Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas (Foreword: The Gears of My Childhood) Joi Ito blog posts: Formal … Continue reading "LCL2: Interest-based Learning"(image)


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