A mobile ecology of resources for Covid-19 learning
AuthorNarayan, V; Cochrane, T; Cowie, N; Hinze, M; Birt, J; Deneen, C; Goldacre, P; Ransom, L; Sinfield, D; Worthington, T
Source TitleASCILITE 2020: ASCILITE’s first virtual conference
University of Melbourne Author/sCochrane, Thomas
AffiliationMelbourne Graduate School of Education
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsNarayan, V., Cochrane, T., Cowie, N., Hinze, M., Birt, J., Deneen, C., Goldacre, P., Ransom, L., Sinfield, D. & Worthington, T. (2020). A mobile ecology of resources for Covid-19 learning. ASCILITE 2020: ASCILITE’s first virtual conference, pp.171-175. ASCILITE.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLhttps://2020conference.ascilite.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ASCILITE-2020-Proceedings-Narayan-V-et-al.pdf
Mobile devices and a vast array of accompanying applications offer significant affordances to create, consume, share, collaborate and communicate—affordances that could be easily leveraged to facilitate meaningful learning. A positive disruption arising from Covid-19 that aligns with the affordances of mobile learning is the uncoupling of time and space in the learning process. Traditionally formal learning is a process that is predominately viewed as an experience that is ‘timetabled’— scheduled to eventuate at a ‘place’—lecture or a tutorial (or similar) in a room or lecture theatre. In this concise paper, an ecology of resources is discussed along with guiding principles for designing and facilitating uncoupled authentic and student-determined learning post the emergency remote teaching phase.
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