Collaborative Networked Learning: A Guide
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Where To StartEdit
Readers who are new to the concept of collaborative learning and the rationale for collaborative networked learning. This page should be used by readers who have little knowledge of collaborative learning or are just interested in a general overview.
Readers who are actively engaged in collaborative learning and want to improve their practice.
Facilitator and DesignerEdit
Readers who have studied collaborative learning and are in the process of implementing and designing systems for schools or the workplace.
CNL Overview and Rationale
Intra-personal and interpersonal communication involves new models of electronic group communication.
“Explanations of Intra-personal and Interpersonal Socio-emotional Messages
Task Oriented MessagesEdit
Explanation of Intra-personal and Interpersonal Task Oriented Messages
Eliciting and Contributing FeedbackEdit
Overview of rationale and strategy for
Software Support for CNLEdit
Details and implications related to the use of various Categories of intra-personal, interpersonal and group software.
Summary of Key Concepts
References and NotesEdit
Sources for follow-up and additional reading.
Welcome to the wiki-based annotated expansion of the Wikibook for w:Collaborative Networked Learning approaches developed by C.A. Findley. It is organized to provide an overview rationale, guidelines for implementation and facilitation.
Where To StartEdit
This book is built to handle several different levels of readers who want to understand more about collaborative learning, collaborative networked learning and how to implement collaborative learning in the workplace, ‘’collaborative learning-work.’’ Therefore, the book has several pages available that detail suggested reading guides for specific levels of reading:
- Newcomer - Readers who are new to the concept of collaborative learning and the rationale for collaborative networked learning.
This page should be used by readers who have little knowledge of collaborative learning or or are just interested in a general overview.
- Overview – “CNL Overview and Rationale
- Communication Models - Intra-personal and interpersonal communication involves new models of electronic group communication.”
- Socio-emotional Messages – “Explanations of Intra-personal and Interpersonal Socio-emotional Messages
- Task Oriented Messages - Explanation of Intra-personal and Interpersonal Task Oriented Messages”
- Eliciting and Contributing Feedback - Overview of rationale and strategy for Feedback
- Software Support for CNL - Details and implications related to the use of various
Categories of intra-persona, interpersonal and group software.”
- Conclusion – ‘’Summary of Key Concepts
- References and Notes – “Sources for follow-up and additional reading.”
- This guide is to serve as a basic resource for individuals planning, implementing, and participating in Collaborative Networked Learning (CNL) communities as co-learners.
- The general guidelines provided here draw upon published research and from experience with successful applications of different CNL models.
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