Professional Learning Networks
“Changing a System: Network Centric Learning Communities”

James Folkestad
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Blog: http://switchspace.blogspot.com/

Bio
James Folkestad is an Associate Professor at Colorado State University (CSU). He earned his Ph.D. from Texas A&M in Educational Human Resource Development (EHRD) in 1996 and has taught at CSU since 1997. He is currently teaching a course on educational technology within the teacher licensure program and is conducting research on collaboration and collective action.

Bio Page
https://k12online07presenters.wikispaces.com/jamesfolkestad

Presentation Title
“Changing a System: Network Centric Learning Communities”

Description
This podcast will describe how students in a teacher preparation course at Colorado State University are learning to use Web2.0 tools to create and maintain distributed learning communities. The presentation describes how students are sharing knowledge and leveraging the power of collective decision making.

Presentation
Original
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part1.wmv
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part1.mov
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part2.mov
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part3.mov
Audio only
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part1.mp3
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part2.mp3
http://k12online.wm.edu/ChangingaSystem_Part3.mp3

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2 Responses to “Professional Learning Networks
“Changing a System: Network Centric Learning Communities””

  1. I hope everyone enjoys my presentation. I broke this into three 7 1/2 minute segments. Each starts with the same 4-5 slides. You can also link to the presentations in YouTube by going to my blog @ switchspace.blogspot.com

    James

  2. Derick Jones says:

    Thanks for the video presentation James. I have this bookmarked for future reference. We have a marketplace where knowledge providers and knowledge seekers interact through various means. I think they should take a look at this.

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