E-Learning/E-Teaching 4 POGS @ UP
This term, I'm using the Wikiversity Mediawiki for the first time to support this POGS course on E-Teaching and E-Learning for postgraduate learners at Potsdam U—inspired by the courses of my colleague C Spannagel. Though I've worked with Mediawiki before, I'm quite excited about it. Right now, you're on the Wikiversity page used to support this course. It is a subpage of the main user page, which every registered user has.
- I created a pad for my own planning. Feel free to peek and comment.
- Wikiversity page for the German-speaking (otherwise identical) course here: check it out.
- The Moodle course und der practice course are for registered participants only.
- Potsdam Graduate School
Ideas — Questions — Suggestions
You can use this space to leave a comment by clicking on the "edit" link on the right (operating in complete anonymity). Any comment inserted after a " * " in the editor will appear later as a list item. Don't worry about destroying anything—it's impossible to do permanent damage here. Make sure to save your changes.
Put your own comments/ideas or suggestions for this course below: I will respond to them and you should feel free to do likewise—since this is a public venue, others can join in as well and you can tell all your friends and colleagues about it. Yes, like Facebook but without the clique-ness and without the "Like"...
* Monday/Tuesday March 5-6, 2012, 09.30 a.m.—5.30 p.m. * Where: University of Potsdam, Neues Palais, Haus 8 * When: 9.30 am- 1.30 pm: room 0.75; 2.30 to 5.30 pm: room 0.69 * How to get there: map * Twitter hashtag: #ePOGS and Twitterwall
Learning by Teaching
- Encouraging: how participants of the German course organized their own agenda around their needs on day 2 of the workshop. This way, everyone got some practice time (mostly in small, self-organized groups) on the tools of their choice: ranging from social bookmarking (delicious) over blogs (WordPress) and pads (Titanpad) to Moodle and even academic self-publishing. Important lessons from applying LdL ("Learning by Teaching")! --MSB 11:03, 15 February 2012 (UTC)