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Week of...
12th September 2010
A tour of PLEs and PLNs

19th September 2010
Contrasting PLEs with LMSs

26th September 2010
The neXt/eXtended Web

3rd October 2010
PLE/PLN and learning theories

10th October 2010
Evaluating Learning in PLE/Ns

17th October 2010
Using PLEs successfully

24th October 2010
PLE/N Tools

31st October 2010
Personal knowledge management

7th November 2010
PLE/Ns in the classroom

14th November 2010
Critical perspectives on PLE/PLN

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Recent Posts to PLENK2010

What does my PLN look like
noreply@blogger.com (Jane Wilde in RL/Esme Qunhua in SL), Teaching and Learning in Virtual Words
In PLENK2010, this first week we are considering Personal Learning Networks and Personal Learning Environments, what they are, what they look like... One of the challenges this week is to visualize our PLN. So here goes: First I distinguish PLN (Personal Learning Network) from PLE (environment). It seems that PLE refers to the tool or virtual place where learning occurs: in an LMS, on a blog or wiki or through an rss feed. My PLN is a network of people and resources. I already see how ... [Link] 2010-09-17T04:52:00

Holy Moly a Really Massive Open Online Course (RMOOC?)
noreply@blogger.com (Jane Wilde in RL/Esme Qunhua in SL), Teaching and Learning in Virtual Words
Since I last posted 2 days ago enrollment in the Personal Learning Environments, Networks and Knowledge (PLENK2010) has jumped from 300 to 1090. That is a 1090 separate people participating in one Moodle course. This is going to be an interesting ride. [Link] 2010-09-10T04:50:00

Personal Learning Environments, Networks and Knowledge
noreply@blogger.com (Jane Wilde in RL/Esme Qunhua in SL), Teaching and Learning in Virtual Words
As part of my study of networking, distance learning and how technology is changing us, I have signed up for PLENK2010. Personal Learning Environments, Networks and Knowledge is an open course (open enrollment, freely shared content) facilitated by George Siemens (Connectivism), Stephen Downes (Personal Learning Networks), Dave Cormier and Rita Kop. This 10 week course begins officially on Monday September 13 and as of this moment has 306 participants enrolled in the moodle course area. ... [Link] 2010-09-09T01:55:00