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1 e-learning and new frontiers of web 2.0: i-pertinent social tagging

2 web 2.0 … its impact on e-learning not just software … rather, a community open access peer production not just consumers but producers too centrality of the “prosumer”

3 The challenges to be met by e-learning 1.Think in terms of a “plural conception” 2.Develop “communities” 3.“Share” knowledge 4.Put the emphasis on the so-called “informal learning”

4 1 Think in terms of a “plural conception” … not culture … but cultures … not knowledge … but knowledges

5 2 Develop “communities” Consider the experiences of emerging communities Understand their strengths Redefine the relationship between learning and practice

6 3 “Share” knowledge Reform our way of thinking Share resources Interconnect the systems of knowledge Reward sharing

7 ”Social tagging” A new form of “networking” Going beyond taxonomies Assertion of folksonomies New ways to use the networks

8 Beyond social tagging “for fun” “Tagging” knowledge resources –objective - metadata –subjective - tags Enable resources to be used and shared

9 How and what kind of “tags” Tags consistent with people’s –personal –learning –professional experiences Pertinence

10 Beyond social tagging “for fun” Tag clouds –calculation of occurrences –representation of folksonomies

11 “i-pertinent social tagging” beyond the occurrence… evaluate the correlations between tags understand the relationships construct the social meanings of pertinence

12 “i-pertinent social tagging” foster bottom-up processes organise knowledge social construction of meanings bring the community zeitgeist to the surface

13 4 Put the emphasis on “informal learning” Salvage experience

14 4 Put the emphasis on “informal learning” Help tacit knowledge come to the surface Overcome the 20/80 paradox (Cross 2005) Govern, monitor and “accredit” informal learning Recognise and manage “pervasive education”

15 Thank you for your attention The paper is on Use tags: e-learning, thinktag


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