Workshops at Studiecentrum Open Universiteit, Eindhoven

On Thursday, 21st April 2011, we had a Share.TEC event about “Het gebruik van digitale collecties leermaterialen” for dutch teachers in service, teacher educators and trainers, and teacher students at the Studiecentrum Open Universiteit in Eindhoven.

Programm of this event

  • Share.TEC (John van der Baaren)
  • Social Web in Teacher Education and Teacher Training (Marion R. Gruber)
  • Wikiwijs (Robert Schuwer)
  • Wrap up (Fred de Vries)

I held a workshop about “Social Web in Teacher Education and Teacher Training”. In this workshop I gave an overview of available web tools and services that are useful for teaching and learning. Together, we identified application scenarios in education and discussed opportunities and limitations of the tools and services for their effective use. The participants shared their experiences and ideas about the use of social web for learning and teaching.

In this presentation I clarified the terms “Social Web”, “Web2.0”, “Social Software”, and “Social Media”. I gave an overview of available web tools and services assigned to different topics. For every topic I mentioned application scenarios for teaching and learning.

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About M. R. Gruber

I am E-Learning-Coordinator and Lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, University of Zürich (CH), and lead the KUKUK initiative. I was Assistant Professor at CELSTEC (Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies), Open University of the Netherlands (NL), and guest lecturer at the University of Innsbruck (AT).
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