Karen Scott (CoCo PhD 2012) has an article in the latest issue of Research in Learning Technology. Details below.
Really pleased with the latest book from our ARC Laureate project.
It’s been a pleasure working with Lucila Carvalho (post-doc on the project and lead editor of the book). Lucila has done an amazing job in picking case study networks, assembling the team of authors, helping everyone tune in to the analytic framework and managing the million other tasks needed in getting a book from initial concept to final publication.
APLN has been a really useful way of developing skills, shared understanding and research profile within the Laureate team too: all the postdocs and PhD students have played a role in co-authoring chapters.
On Amazon here.
We’re really looking forward to presenting at the 9th International Networked Learning Conference in Edinburgh next month. Four papers from the Laureate team:
Carvalho, L. & Goodyear, P. (2014). Analysing the structuring of knowledge in learning networks.
Goodyear, P., Carvalho, L. & Dohn, N. (2014). Design for networked learning: framing relations between participants’ activities and the physical setting.
Pinto, A. (2014). Design and functioning of a productive learning network.
Yeoman, P & Carvalho, L. (2014). Material entanglement in a primary school learning network.
and also one by our recent Visiting Scholar, Nina Bonderup Dohn:
Dohn, N (2014) A practice-grounded approach to ‘engagement’ and ‘motivation’ in networked learning
all to be found in Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning 2014, Edited by: Bayne S, Jones C, de Laat M, Ryberg T & Sinclair C.
It’s been a long journey, but the Handbook is now out. Many thanks to Rose Luckin for leading this mammoth task. The Handbook contains a number of entries from Sydney people, including Peter Reimann, Judy Kay, Dewa Wardak and Martin Parisio.