What makes an e-learning professional?

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What makes an e-learning professional? by Mind Map: What makes an e-learning professional?

1. Qualifications

1.1. MAODE

1.1.1. H808

1.1.2. H809

1.1.3. H800

1.1.4. D843

1.1.5. D853

1.2. ECDL


1.3. CPD

2. Membership of Professional Bodies

2.1. ALT

2.2. JISC

3. Research

3.1. Subscription to Journals

3.1.1. BJET

3.1.2. JIME

3.2. Conference Attendee

3.2.1. SLF 2011 2012

3.2.2. Dialogic Teaching 2011

4. Ethics

4.1. Netiquette

4.2. Copyright observant

4.3. A commitment to overcome the digital divide

4.4. A commitment to open source

4.5. A commitment to Creative Commons

4.6. Subscription to a prescribed ethical standard, such as BPS

4.7. An awareness of plagiarism, and the software solutions

4.8. Privacy

4.9. UKHEA's set of standards as modified mostly by Kirkup and a little by me

4.9.1. Respect for individual elearners

4.9.2. Commitment to incorporating the process and outcomes of relevant research, scholarship and/or professional practice

4.9.3. Commitment to the development of learning communities online

4.9.4. Commitment to encouraging participation in working with computers, mobile devices, online acknowledging diversity and promoting equality of opportunity

4.9.5. Commitment to continuing profesional development and the evaluation of practice

5. Practice

5.1. Reflective Practitioner

5.1.1. Blogging

5.1.2. Twitter

5.2. A commitment to e-culture exhibited through working-practices

5.2.1. technical skills knowing what is at the forefront of elearning

5.3. Realised yesterday that doing the actions of the e-practioner is not the same as being an e-professional. There is an element to reflection, of reflection in the practices

5.4. Social media

5.4.1. Facebook

5.4.2. YouTube

6. Robin Mason

6.1. Mason is particularly focussed on the academic route to professional respectability. I think the fact that I suggested 'research' as the gatekeeper of professionalism suggests tha my old respect for acamia remains and active

6.2. tutoring

6.3. designing and writing courses - the action of doing these activities demonstrates that it is a subject that needs to be taught

6.4. staff development and taking a lead in staff training

6.5. reading books about elearning - reading them on what?

7. Gill Kirkup

7.1. qualification does constitutive work in constructing identity - it provides authority although the relationship between confidence and authority needs to be explored here

7.2. a commitment to the field of elearning

8. Robin Goodfellow

8.1. elearning primarily about teaching

8.2. a commitment to learning for civilization - the modernist paradigm

8.3. the materiality of knowledge

9. hardware

9.1. phone

9.2. pad/tablet

9.3. laptop/pc/mac

9.4. this area is socially interesting. Does the elearning professional require the latest gadget to demonstrate their contemporaneity?

9.5. mcluhan's influence has to be appreciated and understood within the capacity of learning afforded and constructed by the medium