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brainstorming learning design
Deadline: 17 January 2013
Cloud created by:
14 November 2012
What does "learning design" mean for you? Edit the mindmap, add your ideas and comment on others' or join the discussion at: https://groups.google.com/d/topic/olds-mooc-open/1bCPsIDn3O8/discussion
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Peter Bryant has currated some resources at:
Some references, to seed the discussion (all tagged at http://www.bibsonomy.org/tag/oldsmooc_w1+brainstorm)
Yael Kali, Peter Goodyear, and Lina Markauskaite. Researching design practices and design cognition: contexts, experiences and pedagogical knowledge‐in‐pieces. Learning, Media and Technology, (36)2:129-149, 2011. URL
Isobel Falconer, Janet Finlay, and Sally Fincher. Representing practice: practice models, patterns, bundles …. Learning, Media and Technology, (36)2:101-127, 2011. URL
Annette Diefenthaler, Adam Geremia, Ellen Sitkin, Sarah Soffer, Sandy Speicher, Jackie Steck, Karen Fierst, Patrick Murray, Michael Schurr, and Dominic Randolph. Design Thinking for Educators. 2011. URL
Rob Koper, and Colin Tattersall. Preface to Learning Design: A Handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, (2005)12005. URL
E. Dobozy. Typologies of Learning Design and the introduction of a "LD-Type 2" case example. eLearning Papers, 27December 2011. URL
Robert Reiser. A history of instructional design and technology: Part II: A history of instructional design. Educational Technology Research and Development, (49):57-67, Springer Boston, 2001.URL
Yishay Mor, and Brock Craft. Learning Design: reflections on a snapshot of the current landscape. In D.G. Hawkridge, S. Verjans, and G. Wilson (Eds.), Research in Learning Technology, 2012. URL
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