Online Social Learning Spaces

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Online Social Learning Spaces by Mind Map: Online Social Learning Spaces

1. MORE

1.1. CloudWorks

1.2. Educational Urbanism (Ian Banerjee)

1.3. FutureLab

1.4. Hack Education (Audrey Watters)

1.5. Vision Mapper

1.6. About

1.6.1. The workforce in the cloud

2. Q&A

2.1. Concerns

2.1.1. Pricing ourselves out of the market

2.1.2. You can't just keep making class size better

2.1.3. Students don't want to sit in class

2.1.4. Will kids know how to be independent learners?

2.1.5. How to scale?

2.1.6. Haves vs havenots

2.1.7. PEDAGOGY

2.1.8. Assessment

2.1.8.1. Students sharing "answers

2.1.8.2. Are the teachers asking the right questions?

2.1.9. Analytics / "impact"

2.2. Themes

2.2.1. Personalization

2.2.2. Social

2.2.3. FREE

2.2.3.1. Value

2.2.3.2. Certification

2.2.4. Localization

2.2.5. Asynchronous

2.2.6. Qualifiable

2.2.7. Transferrable

2.2.8. Open

2.3. Solutions

2.3.1. Community learning

2.3.2. Assessment / validation

2.3.2.1. badges

2.3.3. Service learning

2.3.4. Mentorship

2.3.5. How can we use these?

2.3.5.1. Traditional educational projects could explore these new spaces

2.3.5.2. Connect traditional ed to new social spaces

2.3.5.3. Students become teachers

2.3.5.4. Students become EXPERT teachers

2.3.5.5. National Science Museum example

2.4. Scenario

2.4.1. Recruiter from industry

2.4.1.1. Resumes

2.4.1.2. How do I vet skills of DIY U spaces?

2.4.1.3. Train me how to evaluate these students?

2.4.1.4. Will nontraditional student be in my keep file?

2.4.2. Alternative certification processes

2.4.2.1. Mozilla Open Badges

2.4.2.2. "If you don't have a blog, you don't have a resume"

2.5. Question

2.5.1. "Who offers a learning experience that is value added, different than the lecture hall?

2.5.2. Maybe the future of higher ed is to do what it does well even better"

2.5.3. Higher ed isn't formatted well for the "Bulge Learner"

2.5.4. How does this connect to Common Core in K12?

2.5.5. What aout fostering independent learning from an early age?

2.6. Takeaways

2.6.1. Administration vs Self-design

2.6.2. Face to face vs online community building

2.6.3. Less about the content

2.6.3.1. Define competencies

2.6.3.2. Assess / measure competencies

2.6.3.3. Demonstrate competencies

2.6.4. Digital divide

2.6.5. Goals

2.6.6. Economics

2.7. More tools & Spaces

2.7.1. Cramster

2.7.2. Einztein

2.7.3. Mozilla Open Badges

2.7.4. Open Study

2.7.4.1. About

2.7.5. Piazza

2.7.6. School of Everything

2.7.7. About

2.7.7.1. Taking it to the streets

2.7.7.2. Cathy Davidson

3. INTRO

3.1. CoolToys

3.2. Bubble

3.3. Earlier mindmap

4. Games/VW

4.1. CodeAcademy

4.2. Open University in Second Life

4.2.1. Flickr

4.2.2. Movie

5. Do it Myself

5.1. DIY U

5.2. Do It Yourself Scholar

5.3. SOLE (Self-Organized Learning Environment)

5.3.1. About SOLE

5.3.2. Sugata Mitra

5.4. Uncollege

6. Open Education

6.1. OER Commons

6.2. Carnegie Mellon University - Open - Free Courses

6.3. Open Michigan

6.4. Open MIT

6.5. Open University

6.5.1. iTunes

6.6. Open Yale

6.7. Background: Creative Commons

7. "Adopt Adapt Improve"

7.1. Higher Ed Responds

7.1.1. Coursera

7.1.2. MITx

7.1.3. EdX

7.2. MOOCs

7.2.1. Examples

7.2.1.1. Stanford Artificial Intelligence

7.2.1.2. Change MOOC

7.2.1.3. eduMOOC

7.2.2. Types

7.2.2.1. cMOOC

7.2.2.2. xMOOC

7.2.2.3. DOCC

7.2.2.3.1. Distributed Online Collaborative Course

7.2.3. Best Practices

7.2.3.1. Wiki

7.2.3.2. Collaborative book about MOOCs

7.2.4. Finding Tools

7.2.4.1. History of & List

7.2.5. Issues

7.2.5.1. NYTimes

7.2.5.2. Economics

7.2.5.3. Does learning occur?

7.2.5.4. Based on "same old"

8. Mod the Model

8.1. Floating University

8.2. InFed: Encyclopedia of Informal Education

8.3. Khan Academy

8.4. Peer to Peer University

8.5. Ragged University

8.6. Saylor Foundation

9. Sharing/Selling tasks

9.1. 65 Hours

9.2. I Can Help

9.2.1. About

9.3. TaskRabbit

9.4. Zaarly

10. Sharing skills

10.1. Bristol Skillswap

10.2. Brooklyn Skillshare

10.3. Local Skill Swap

10.4. Progressive Library Skillshare

10.5. Skillbound

10.6. Skillshare

10.6.1. About

10.6.1.1. 11-08: Skillshare Raises $3.1 Million to Turn Everyone Into Teachers

10.6.1.2. 11-05: Organize An Offline Class With Skillshare

10.6.1.3. 12-01: Teach What You Know: How to Make a Living on Skillshare

10.6.1.4. 12-03: Skillshare Launches ‘Schools’ for Brands

10.6.1.5. 12-04: How Skillshare Is Transforming Education as We Know It

10.6.2. Skillshare: Learn

10.6.3. Skillshare: Teach

10.6.4. Penny Conference

10.7. Skillshare International

10.8. Skillshare-York

10.9. Skill Swap Brighton

10.10. Skill Swap Shop

10.11. Swap A Skill

10.12. Other examples

10.12.1. Brighton Digital Festival

10.12.2. Skillswap goes Javascript

10.12.3. Skillswap goes turbocharging the web

10.12.3.1. Descriptions

10.12.4. Skillswap goes wayfinding

11. Selling learning

11.1. Betterfly

11.2. The Commons Brooklyn

11.3. Udemy

11.4. WizIQ

11.5. Health

11.5.1. LearnItLive

11.5.2. MCCSM

12. Sharing learning

12.1. Brooklyn Brainery

12.2. Freeconomy Community

12.3. Udacity