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Digital Culture, a peeragogy project based on peeragogy.org by Mind Map: Digital Culture, a peeragogy project based on peeragogy.org
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Digital Culture, a peeragogy project based on peeragogy.org

constructionism

learning via designing and making artefacts

personal learning networks (PLNs)

intoduction to PLNs

individual support & guidance

Play

does it work?

meta-discussion

convening the group

using Twitter, Facebook, Google+, online communities...

initial division of labor (to determine: time commitment)

how to help new participants

dipping in and out

pre-existing narratives, workflows (rather different strategies! )

the making of the peeragogy handbook

RheingoldYouniversity courses

MOOCs by Stephen Downes,George Siemens

nature of the project

What skills are required? What skills are you trying to build?

Who is the audience?

structure of the learning

weekly topics

establishing a reading list

facilitators suggest topic list

interview experts (use Google Hangout)

useful outputs

Charter (Google Docs)

assessment

distributed learning

the facilitators

must be more than one

have face-to-face meetings

use paragogical action reviews

Resources

mindmap digital culture by Ted Newcomb