Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored learning through Personal Learning Networks and developed network skills and digital literacies for growing, managing and activating them more effectively.
2 weeks, 4 hours per week
University of Southampton
- Explain what it means to learn in the network age (where, when, how and with/from whom we learn as networked individuals in a network society)
- Reflect on the impact on education of digital inequalities such as access, openness, ownership and inclusion
- Explore digital tools for finding, using and storing information; communicating and collaborating; and creating, presenting and sharing ideas
- Investigate your personal learning network and develop network skills in how to grow, manage and activate it more effectively
- How we learn in the network age (learning theory)
- Understanding digital inequalities and digital citizenship in an educational context
- What your Personal Learning Network (PLN) looks like and how you use it
- Growing your network – making new connections and assessing reliability
- Contributing to your network – managing your online identity (single vs multiple); creating and sharing
- Putting your network to work – searching; sending/requesting/posting; collaborating
Issued on 5th July 2020
The person named on this certificate has completed the activities in the transcript above. For more information about Certificates of Achievement and the effort required to become eligible, visit futurelearn.com/proof-of-learning/certificate-of-achievement.
This certificate represents proof of learning. It is not a formal qualification, degree, or part of a degree.
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