Hoy traemos el anuncio de la celebración de la PLE (Personal Learning Environments) Conference que se celebrará en Barcelona el 8-9 de Julio de 2010, en el Citilab de Cornellá. Tenéis hasta el 26 de Marzo para la Submission of abstracts for proposals ...
Sobre estos entornos ya hablamos en este blogcito en algunas ocasiones:
1) el domingo 22 de abril de 2007 en The Future of Online Learning and Personal Learning Environments Stephen Downes
2) el sábado 8 de septiembre de 2007 en Mapa Conceptual "My Personal Learning Environment (PLE)" ( Mi entorno personal de aprendizaje) de David Delgado
3) el miércoles 16 de julio de 2008 en eLearning Papers nº 9 . 2008
4) o más recientemente, el martes 5 de enero de 2010 en Mapa Conceptual PLE. Ambiente personal de aprendizaje. Ambiente Pessoal de Aprendizado
En su web nos plantean el anuncio del evento ... y nos enlazan un artículo de Educause de Mayo de 2007 titulado "7 cosas que debe conocer sobre los entornos personales de aprendizaje" ...
Personal Learning Environments (PLE) include the tools, communities, and services that constitute the individual educational platforms learners use to direct their own learning and pursue educational goals. The idea of the PLE represents a shift away from the model in which students consume information through independent channels such as the library, a textbook, or an LMS, moving instead to a model where students draw connections from a growing matrix of resources that they select and organize. Because they emphasize relationships, PLEs can promote authentic learning by incorporating expert feedback into learning activities and resources. A PLE also puts students in charge of their own learning processes, challenging them to reflect on the tools and resources that help them learn best. By design, a PLE is created from self-direction, and therefore the responsibility for organization—and thereby for learning—rests with the learner. (7 things you should know about Personal Learning Environments, Educause 2009).
The PLE Conference is intended to produce a space for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas, experience and research around the development and implementation of PLEs including the design of environments, sociological and educational issues and their effectiveness and desirability as (informal) learning spaces.
Whilst the conference includes a traditional research paper strand, we also encourage proposals for sessions in different formats including workshops, posters, debates, cafe sessions, hands on sessions and demonstrations. We will also provide opportunities for unconferencing events, including the provision of spaces for informal meetings and discussions. Although the main conference takes place on 8th and 9th of July, there will be an informal launch event (with wine and tapas!) on the evening of Wednesday 7th.
As well as the face to face sessions, the conference will be supported by a variety of different online spaces.
Selected papers will be published by the International Virtual and Personal Learning Environments Journal.
Submission of abstracts for proposals: March 26th Notification of acceptance: April 30th Early bird and presenters’ registration: May 14th Full papers: May 28th Informal opening event: 7th July Conference: 8th & 9th July
Fuente: [citilab, pleconference] [imágenes vía citilab y edutechwiki]