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Rheingold U
ich könnte kurse entwickeln und an Unis anbieten.
martin:kurse  HowardRheingold 
january 2017 by MicrowebOrg
The art of hosting good online conversations
Howard Rheingold's list of tips, first published in 1998, is still spot-on today: "Communities don’t just happen automatically when you provide communication tools: under the right conditions, online communities grow. They are gardened."
howardrheingold  onlinecommunities  communitymanagement  digitalself 
october 2016 by warnick
What is this all about? | DMLcentral
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This collaborative blog and curated collection of free and open resources is produced by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub, whose mission is to advance research in the service of a more equitable, participatory, and effective ecosystem of learning keyed to the digital and networked era.

Located at the systemwide University of California Humanities Research Institute and hosted at UC Irvine, all of the Research Hub’s activities -- which include original research, blogs, websites, publications, and an annual conference -- are supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Digital Media and Learning Initiative.

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mikrobuch:open  openeducation_star5  HowardRheingold 
august 2015 by MicrowebOrg
The Art of Hosting Good Conversations Online by Howard Rheingold
The ongoing goal is civil discourse: all kinds of people having conversations and arguments about a variety of subjects and treating each other decently.
howardrheingold  web  community  conversation  online  nyit 
july 2014 by sebastienmarion
Crap Detection Resources
Nice list of tools and resources to help students improve their "crap detection" skills. Via Howard Rheingold, of course.
howardrheingold  crapdetection  digitalliteracies  3844 
march 2014 by warnick
Rheingold U
"Rheingold U. is a totally online learning community, offering courses that usually run for five weeks, with five live sessions and ongoing asynchronous discussions through forums, blogs, wikis, mindmaps, and social bookmarks. In my thirty years of experience online and my eight years teaching students face to face and online at University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University, I've learned that magic can happen when a skilled facilitator works collaboratively with a group of motivated students. Live sessions include streaming audio and video from me and from students, shared text chat and whiteboard, and my ability to push slides and lead tours of websites. Future classes will cover advanced use of personal knowledge tools, social media for educators, participatory media/collective action, social media issues, introduction to cooperation studies, network and social network literacy, social media literacies, attention skills in an always-on world. See for yourself what I've done in the past, what students and thought leaders have to say about me and my courses. Contact me if you want to be on a notification list for new classes."
education  teaching  learning  howardrheingold 
february 2014 by sebastienmarion
Building with Howard: How to Create a Learning Environment with Open Source Tools Pt 3
"This is the third of a series of videos in which Howard Rheingold and Jim Groom walk through creating an open source learning environment using tools like WordPress, MediaWIki, and more. The idea behind this series is to get faculty and students interested in how they might fashion their own learning environments in a web hosting environment on their own domains. The first fifteen minutes of this video focuses on Howard's approach to assessment in his Social Media Issues course. We then go into finding and installing WordPress themes, integrating signins between WordPress and MediaWiki, how clunky MediaWiki is, customizing menus in Wordpress, as well as uploading header images and changing the background color."
mooc  reclaimhosting  howardrheingold  opensource  platform 
february 2014 by sebastienmarion
Building with Howard: How to Create a Learning Environment with Open Source Tools Pt 2
"This is the second of a series of videos in which Howard Rheingold and Jim Groom walk through creating an open source learning environment using tools like WordPress, MediaWIki, and more. The idea behind this series is to get faculty and students interested in how they might fashion their own learning environments in a web hosting environment on their own domains. This particular video focuses on customizing WordPress and installing MediaWIki."
mooc  reclaimhosting  howardrheingold  opensource  platform 
february 2014 by sebastienmarion
Building with Howard: How to Create a Learning Environment with Open Source Tools Pt 1
"Building with Howard: How to Create a Learning Environment with Open Source Tools Pt 1

August 13, 2013 by Jim Groom
This is the first of a series of videos in which Howard Rheingold and Jim Groom walk through creating an open source learning environment using tools like WordPress, MediaWIki, and more. The idea behind this series is to get faculty and students interested in how they might fashion their own learning environments in a web hosting environment on their own domains. This particular video focuses on installing WordPress and creating a syndication hub."
mooc  reclaimhosting  howardrheingold  opensource  platform 
february 2014 by sebastienmarion

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