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Investigating the social configuration of a community to understand how networked learning activities take place: the OERu case study

Schreurs, B, Van den Beemt, A, Prinsen, F, De Laat, M, Witthaus, G and Conole, G (2014) 'Investigating the social configuration of a community to understand how networked learning activities take place: the OERu case study.' In: Bayne, S, Jones, C, de Laat, M, Ryberg, T and Sinclair, C, eds. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning 2014. Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster University, pp. 261-270. ISBN 9781862203044

Abstract

Examining how OER (Open Educational Resources) communities come to live, function or learn can support in empowering educators in the use of open educational resources. In this paper we investigate how an OER community functions through its networked learning activities. Networked learning activities enable the development of a space (a social configuration) for shared activity, in which learning by participants is situated.

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Divisions: Institute for Education
Date Deposited: 27 Mar 2015 16:56
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URI: http://researchspace.bathspa.ac.uk/id/eprint/5814
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