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Here, I will discuss topics, and current trends on open, online, flexible and technology enabled/enhanced learning (OOFAT), including Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), Open Educational resourses (OER), Open Educational Practice (OEP, and Open Educational Culture (OEC). In addition I will discuss current trends and news related to quality, innovation, serendipity, rhizome learning, agility, and leadership.

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ICDE Lifelong learning Summit 2019, Lillehammer, Norway

The OER Advocacy Committee (OERAC) participated and hosted a Symposium on the mandate and work by the ICDE OER advocacy committee (Panel), at the ICDE LLLS2019 in Lillehammer, Norway. The Symposium was held 12 February 2019. see the slides here

The theme for the ICDE and INN Lifelong Learning Summit 2019 #lifelonglearning2019 was Lifelong learning for lifelong employability. The conference which was held in Lillehammer, Norway 11-13 February 2019, gathered some 350 + delegates from 37 countries.

Lillehammer

Background: The speed of digitalization is constantly challenging and affecting the ways we work. These challenges require new skills and competencies which again has led to an increasing focus on and demand for lifelong learning by society. While digitalization throws up new challenges, it is also the solution to address these. Through enabling accessibility and flexible delivery of new competency training, lifelong learning can be made available to all.

Presentations and highlights are available here, and more to come. The ICDE LLLS2019 Roadmap will soon be presented elaborated during the conference and in collaboration with the delegates. Prime Minister Erna Solberg; Norway was the keynote speaker. She stressed the importance of lifelong learning for all the urgent needs for transformation change especially higher education have to take related to their role as capacity building in societies and to be an even more active stakeholder in the 21stcentury related to their offers, services and mandate for lifelong learning for all.  This has been argued  before in several of my earlier Blog posts

Ebba Ossiannilsson, (Chair) and Jean_Marc Meunier participated and hosted a Symposium entitled, OER and OEP for access, equity, equality, quality, inclusiveness, and empowering lifelong learning. The overall topic for the Symposium was The mandate and work by the ICDE OER advocacy committee (Panel) 

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Why are you on social media?

I read an interesting article the other day in SPOON Why are you in social media

Using social media is a given, for both private individuals and companies. But for many, it is unclear why, in which media and with what objective. Communicating and marketing yourself on social media requires both strategy and engaging material.

In the Content Marketing Association’s new report “The Role Of Social In Content Marketing” Irja Howie from the EnVeritas Group stresses the importance of having a strategy for how one uses content marketing and social media. “There’s only one thing worse than not being on social media and that’s being inactive on social media,” she writes.

For companies, it’s a fact that can have costly consequences. The conclusion is that social media requires content marketing and a clear strategy. Which social media a company should use is an important yet difficult question. But it must be answered before you get started. Many parameters influence the choice of social media and none are really more important than the other. Here are the main basic questions, the questions are as usually like the Elephant childs best friends, Why, Where, What, How, and When.

  • Why is it of interest?
  • Where is your audience?
  • What is my goal?
  • What do you want to communicate?
  • What resources do you have?
  • How will I measure, follow up and analyse?
  • When are you presence crucial?

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Special Issue Learning Analytics - IJILT

I am in the Ed. Board for the Special Issue Learning Analytics of the International Journal of Information and Learning Technology (IJILT), together with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and James Uhomoibhi, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Learning analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis, and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimizing learning and the environments in which it occurs.

It is now the time to submit the article for the Special Issue Learning Analytics of the International Journal of Information and Learning Technology (IJILT). The special issue will be published as Volume 3 of the journal for 2019. But the timeline is very strict. The article must be submitted and reviewed between now and the end of February 2019, thus I ask you to submit the paper no later than February 20th, please. The article needs to be approximately 3000-6000 words long. The article must be submitted through the ScholarOne online system here. Please create a user if you do not have any yet. General submission guidelines for authors can also be found here. The selection of the special issue is done in step 5 of the submission process “Details and comments”. When you arrive at that step please select the issue you are submitting to “Learning Analytics (CSEDU2018), which is already available in the platform.

I apologize for such a short time, but these are the publisher conditions, thus we have to attain to them if we want the special issue to be published.

Please contact me if you have any additional questions.

Thank you for your collaboration.

Regards, Ebba Ossiannilsson

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The Collaborative Learning Maps - LOOPs

The other day, 24th January 2019, I had the possibility to participate in a very interesting demonstration of the LOOPs by Niklas Kimfors. They contribute to meaningful and motivating learning for pupils, students, business, and working places in a digital era. LOOPs are built to evolve, expanding knowledge along the learning journey, moving you and your organization forward. It facilitates and supports over a million schoolchildren in Sweden digitize their learning and to learn together. in a smart way. Since their start, they argued that this is the imperative need for constant, lifelong change and development. Its a great platform for interaction in school and business. Read more here

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Loops bring your learning objectives together in visual maps designed to engage your team members and make learning collaborative. Orient yourself in times of change by creating beautiful maps of what your team needs to learn. Loops are a place where everyone is free to create and shape their own learning journeys. your learning objectives together in visual maps designed to engage your team members and make learning collaborative.

 

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Ebba Ossiannilsson is an e-learning expert and consultant with a range of research interests in the use of digital technologies for learning, teaching and research.
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