What an amazing day… on Twitter, Google + and Facebook and there are many who capture their activities and reflections in their portfolios (see Deb’s and Sheila’s posts for example). Our last tweetchat was another speedy and rich exchange and took many of us to new places. Thank you so much Neil, Alex and Suzanne. Over 600 tweets in an hour! David Eddy described it as a ‘learning frenzy’. A number of our university partners are holding face to face workshops too and though the tweets we can see this is encouraging new colleagues to join in and co-learn. Our two Google study groups are doing well, practices are shared and recipes created. The wider community helps as well.
The tweets have been captured as a Storify and can be found HERE.
More news! Tomorrow we hold a second opportunity for you to take part in Google Hangout with Sam Illingworth and BYOD4L friends.
Only 2 days left now? This is hard to believe… we have been so busy all of us and have lost track of time, which can be a good thing as we are probably immersed in the process of learning. It is also amazing how some of the connections are getting stronger and there are discussions about collaborations. This actually fits perfectly with our next topic 😉
If you just arrived here, please note, this is the Bring Your Own Device For Learning! This open bite-size learning event which is offered this week. This is Day 4. Each day we will focus on a different topic. You can also choose to move between the topics at a time convenient to you. For each topic you should go to the topic page.
Today’s topic is COLLABORATING – Here you will find two scenarios to reflect upon and three suggested activities to complete. As this topic is about collaboration, we hope that you will use this opportunity and collaborate with others on a mini project. Feel free to add further scenarios and suggest other activities too.
Go to the Tools page to learn about the tools we recommend you engage with to reflect upon the activities you complete. Add your suggestions in the comments section.
Do include the course hashtag #BYOD4L in all Tweets, Blog posts and Instagram photos you create.
Join our TweetChat between 8-9pm GMT by searching for #BYOD4Lchat on Twitter.
We look forward learning together.
The BYOD4L team
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