Remix Analysis: a Theoretical and Methodological Contribution to Networked Learning

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Abstract

This presentation takes its departure in empirical data that was collected over a lengthy period of time (4 months) in relation to an event arranged by the project “Power Users of Technology”. The event itself was a symposium taking place in Costa Rica, where teams of young “power users of technology” were brought to work for three days on solving complex problems. I was connected as a researcher and facilitator for the so-called Nordic Team, who was to address the open-ended problem of “How to reduce poverty in the world through the use of technology”; their final results were presented to the 150 adults from business, education and research, who attended the symposium as observers, researchers, presenters and facilitators.

For more information regarding this project please refer to: http://powerusers.edc.org/

For more information regarding the Symposium please refer to: http://powerusers.edc.org/symposium/

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIkke angivet
Number of pages3
Publishere-Learning lab - Aalborg University
Publication date2006
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventThe Alpine CSCL Rendez-vous 2007 - Villars, Switzerland
Duration: 21 Jan 200726 Jan 2007
Conference number: 1

Conference

ConferenceThe Alpine CSCL Rendez-vous 2007
Number1
CountrySwitzerland
CityVillars
Period21/01/200726/01/2007

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Keywords

  • learning
  • e-learning
  • Remix
  • Theory

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Ryberg, T. (2006). Remix Analysis: a Theoretical and Methodological Contribution to Networked Learning. In Ikke angivet e-Learning lab - Aalborg University.
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