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1. Documents

1.1. #DigitalScholar Registration Guide

1.2. #DigitalScholar pre-course briefing presentation

1.3. Final rubric for your #DigitalScholar course announcement

1.4. Sample course announcements from real-world courses

1.5. PDF version of #DS course announcement rubric (as of 5 July 2016)

1.6. Scholar

1.7. 2.7_Creating_a_Community

1.8. 5.2_Creating_a_Learning_Module

1.9. RECENT PUBLICATIONS (Final course announcements)

2. EduInfo - Web pages

2.1. World Changing Educator: St Benedict

2.2. World-Changing Educator: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

2.3. World-Changing Educator: Maria Montessori

2.4. George Siemens: The underlying assumption of corporate training and higher education centers on the notion that the world has not really changed

2.5. The architecture of learning: Then, now, and in your own course… Bill Cope: From Didactic Pedagogy to New Learning

2.6. Towards Reflexive Pedagogy (long)

2.7. Learning Principles: Reflexive Pedagogy (short)

2.8. Learning Artifact: The Lecture Presentation

2.9. Learning Artifact: The Classroom Discussion

2.10. The two most important questions about education are also those most neglected by educators

2.11. Learning Artifact: The Project

2.12. Learning Artifact: The Test

2.13. Learning Principles: Digital Affordances

2.14. The two most important questions about education are also those most neglected by educators

2.15. Disrupting College: Lessons from iTunes (excerpt)

2.16. New Kinds of Smart: Teaching Young People to Be Intelligent for Today’s World

2.17. On learning leadership: Bill Wiggenhorn on implementing an education and development strategy aligned with the institutional strategy

2.18. The Idea of a University (John Henry Cardinal Newman)

2.19. A Coursera MOOC with Bill Cope starting 22 August 2016: e-Learning Ecologies: Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning for the Digital Age

3. EduInfo - PDF files

3.1. Gilly Salmon’s Five Stage Model of E-learning

3.2. Writing learning objectives

3.3. Learning as conversation - Laurillard, 2008

3.4. Theory of change - example

3.5. Theory of change - slides

4. Re-Actions

4.1. (25-6) Pre-course briefing for #DigitalScholar applicants (video recording)

4.2. (27-6) How to create your Scholar account and join the #DigitalScholar Community

4.3. (30-6) Finding your way around the #DigitalScholar Community

4.4. (2-7) A little bit about Andrew Feenberg's weaving concept for facilitating online discussions

4.5. (2-7) Weaving a community of #DigitalScholars

4.6. (3-7) Here is what you can expect from your course team… and what we will expect from you

4.7. (3-7) What will be the title of your course? Share your first Update with the Community to tell us.

4.8. (3-7) How the course is going to play out: Day-by-day planner for Week 1

4.9. (4-7) How to tame your Activity Stream (and e-mail notifications)

4.10. (4-7) Personal video message from Reda Sadki: Welcome to the #DigitalScholar construction site

4.11. (5-7) 10 tasks to complete ☀. That’s 2 less than ⚡ Hercules

4.12. (5-7) Creator Day-by-Day: Practical information, schedule, and workload

4.13. (5-7) Your Creator project is waiting for you: Here is what you need to do next

4.14. (5-7) #DigitalScholar Construction site, Day 2. Life shouldn't fit in a micro-bio.

4.15. (5-7) Here is the rubric for your course announcement, what it is, and what to do with it now

4.16. (6-7) Your deadlines for your Creator project

4.17. (6-7) Creator Day-by-Day: Intended learning outcomes

4.18. (6-7) How to work offline or with intermittent access to Scholar

4.19. (7-7) Looking forward to Week 2 – Focus on your course announcement in Creator

4.20. (7-7) Creator Day-by-Day: Learning activities (forms of learner engagement)

4.21. (11-7) Creator Day-by-Day: Applicability

4.22. (12-7) Creator Day-by-Day: assessment, credential of value, and cost

4.23. (13-7) #DigitalScholar information deluge: From chaos to order, from trees to forest

4.24. (13-7) 5 practical examples of what you can have learners do in Scholar's Creator

4.25. (13-7) Creator Day-by-day: scaffolding (support to learners)

4.26. (13-7) General feedback on your Creator projects

4.27. (14-7) Creator Day-by-day: General format, presentation, and voice

4.28. (16-7) Here are all of the course announcements you have created – and what happens next

4.29. (16-7) End of Week 2: My #DigitalScholar video message… and yours

4.30. (16-7) Here is how you perform peer review – and, yes, this is the video tutorial you do not want to miss

4.31. (20-7) REMINDER: Your peer reviews are due Friday… and why you should care

4.32. (22-7) What happens next?

4.33. (23-7) #DigitalShame – Please check if your name is on this list: your peers need your feedback!

4.34. (23-7) Thank you, peer reviewers!

4.35. (25-7) Create your own Scholar Community

4.36. (26-7) Explore Learning Modules in Scholar's Bookstore

4.37. (26-7) You are invited to help us improve the course announcement rubric

4.38. (27-7) Good news on peer reviews

4.39. (27-7) Reverse engineering the #DigitalScholar Learning Module… and creating your own

4.40. (29-7) Questions for #DigitalScholars

4.41. (31-7) The first 10 course announcements have now been published

4.42. 17-8 Brief pause in publication of course announcement and update on certificates

5. Instructions - Videos

5.1. Video tutorial playlist for Week 0 (pre-course)

5.2. Video tutorial playlist for Week 1

5.3. Video tutorial playlist for Week 3

6. Group Activities

6.1. (3-7) #DigitalScholar Backstage Pass #1 (4 July 2016)

6.2. (5-7) #DigitalScholar Backstage Pass #2 (5 July 2016)

6.3. (6-7) How to work offline or with intermittent access to Scholar

6.4. (7-7) Live Learning Moment #1 presentation (PDF) (7 July 2016)

6.5. (7-7) Live Learning Moment #1 recording and further discussion

6.6. (11-7) We are 420 #DigitalScholars

6.7. (11-7) Recorded session: Live help for those struggling with the course

6.8. (11-7) #DigitalScholar Backstage Pass #3 (11 July 2016)

6.9. (15-7) Live Learning Moment #2 recording and further discussion

6.10. (18-7) Tell us about Weeks 1 and 2 of your #DigitalScholar experience (anonymous feedback)

6.11. (23-7) Live Learning Moment #3 recording and further discussion (21 July 2016)

6.12. (29-7) Live Learning Moment #4 recording and further discussion (28 July 2016)

6.13. (1-8) Measuring community participation

7. Small arrows are links!

8. Blogs about #DS experience

8.1. Iris Thiele Isip Tan

8.1.1. First 5 days experiences

8.1.2. What Learners Can Do in Scholar’s Creator

8.1.3. 10 Things I Learned from Peer Review on #DS

8.2. Maren Deepwell

8.2.1. Week 1

8.2.2. Week 2

8.2.3. Week 3

8.2.4. Week 4

9. Wishes, Hope, Happens