Designing Online Learning, Web 2.0 and Online Learning Resources

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This is a presentation for the National workshop on Development of Self-Learning Materials (SLM) for distance and online learning, 2009. Presentation on 19/09/2009.


  • 1.Designing Online Learning, Web 2.0 & Online Learning Resources National Workshop on Development of Self Learning Materials for Distance and Online Learning 2009 Sanjaya Mishra

2. What is Online Learning? 3. What is Online Learning?

  • Computer-based Learning
  • Web-based Learning
  • Virtual Learning
  • eLearning
  • Network Learning

4. What is Online Learning? (Source: Sharma & Mishra, 2007) 5. What is Online Learning? Online learning can be defined as the new age Open and Distance Learning that uses network technologies to deliver teaching and learning and interaction for sense-making and development of understanding and knowledge. (Source: Mishra, 2001) 6. Types of Online Learning Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Web integrated in a course (f2f/DL) to supplement teaching Web used in a mixed mode (as blended learning) Web used independently as a stand alone system 7. Characteristics of Online Learning? 8. Characteristics of Online Learning Online Learning Interactive Learning ICT Support & Management Student Centred Learning Flexible & Self-paced Learning Adaptive Learning Resource based Learning Collaborative Learning 9. Framework for Designing Online Environment Constructivism Learning activities Learner support Content Behaviourism Cognitivism

  • Participation in discussion forum
  • Email contact
  • Reading of lessons
  • Learner guide
  • Mentor support
  • Online library
  • Social interaction
  • Synchronous chat -counselling
  • Objective-based couse units
  • Self-assessment online

(Source: Mishra, 2002) 10. Another Instructional Design Model (Source: Sharma & Mishra, 2007) CONSTRUCT REFLECT INTERACT EXPERIENCE 11. Tools and Technologies Group Chat, Discussion board MANY-TO-MANY Conferencing Paradigm E-mail, Mailing list, Forum E-mail, Mailing lists, DiscussionGroup chat, Discussion board, Forum ONE-TO-MANY Bulletin Board Paradigm E-mail, Chat (social/learning) E-mail, Chat ONE-TO-ONE E-mail Paradigm Interactive Web pages, FAQs, Help ONE-ALONE WWW Paradigm LEARNER-LEARNER LEARNER-MENTOR LEARNER-CONTENT INTERACTION METHOD (Source: Mishra, 2001) 12. What is Web 2.0?

  • Combination of variety of services on the Web
  • Term coined by Dale Dougherty of O'Reilly Media in 2004
  • CoversBlogs .Wikis ,Social bookmarking ,Social networking ,Podcasting ,Aggregator/ Feed reader (RSS/Atom)

13. Difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?

  • Web 1.0
    • Static web pages
    • User as passive consumer of information
    • Individual work
    • Publishing
    • Directories
    • Personal websites
    • Pull technology
  • Web 2.0
    • Interactiveweb pages
    • User as active generator of information
    • Group work
    • Participation
    • Tagging
    • Blogging
    • Push technology

14. Building Online Learning Environment

  • Needs Analysis
  • Learner Profile
  • Organization Profile
  • Development of a Blueprint
  • Institutional preparation
  • Learning material development
  • Evaluation
  • Promotion
  • Maintenance and Updating

15. Integrated Learning Environments

  • A standard way to organize materials
  • Prior evidence of the environments effectiveness in instructional uses
  • Support all instructional activities: Course design, delivery, grading, student administration
  • Collaborative learning: built in email, discussion groups, chat, blogs, wikis, etc.

16. Online Learning Resources

  • Blogsearch
  • Google Search
  • Online Databases
  • Online Courses
  • Free Webinairs
  • Open Educational Resources
  • Tag search

17. Tasks in the Session Create YourWikispace Create YourBlog Create YourSocialBookmark Create YourSocial Network Create YourDiscussionGroup Create YourPodcast Create YourVodcast Create YourSlideshare 18. Thank You...

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