2016 Eden Conference, Day III


Third day of the conference and Yves Punie highlighted the need for a common understanding in regard to organizing MOOCs as the lack of transparency and common technology creates issues for participants. Melissa Highton described the University of Edinburgh mission to promote open licensing emphasizing the distinction of ‘free’ use and ‘free to do what we choose’ use. Danny Arati talked about the 9 instructional events by Gagne and his ‘Domains of Learning’ and how modern technology has revolutionized our transactions and learning. He also used Bate’s gardening metaphor in regard to how we should use this technology in education. Finally, Susan Aldridge from Drexel University described the dominant trends of her school as in the use of holograms and augmented reality to enhance learning. Special mention for the AURASMA application, free tool for augmented reality. #eden16

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