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Knowledge media     Christian Dalsgaard
Læring og Medier (LOM) , nr. 5, 2010http://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/lom/issue/view/525                           ...
PurposeHow can digital materials be organised in support of learning andknowledge sharing?What are the unique potentials o...
Sociocultural concept of knowledgeKnowledge is related to activitiesKnowledge is use of tools within activitiesKnowledge i...
Knowledge mediaDefinitionKnowledge media are defined as media that are used by individuals toaccomplish learning activities•...
Knowledge media as toolsKnowledge media as tools for knowledge construction•  Tools for mediation•  Tools for reflection•  ...
Potentials of the internetPublication and broadcastingNarrowcasting and selectionDialogue and collaborationSynchronous and...
Narrowcasting (and selection)
(Narrowcasting and) selection
Synchronous and asynchronous communication
Transparency
Coupling of people and information
Coupling of people and information
3 ways of organising knowledge mediaOrganising digital materials:•    Thematic collections•    Personalised media•    Soci...
Thematic collections
Personalised media
Social relations
Social relations
Knowledge media across contexts and beyond institutionsKnowledge media can support:•  Personal contexts   - personal profil...
ConclusionThe internet as knowledge media•  Personalisation and open-ended materials•  Sharing beyond physical contexts•  ...
CUDIMCenter for Teaching Development and Digital Media                  Christian Dalsgaard                 cdalsgaard@tdm...
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Presentation on Knowledge media, 13.9.2012.

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  1. 1. Knowledge media Christian Dalsgaard
  2. 2. Læring og Medier (LOM) , nr. 5, 2010http://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/lom/issue/view/525 Nielsen, H. J., Høyrup, H., & Christensen, H. D. (red.) (2011). Nye vidensmedier: Kultur, læring, kommunikation, Samfundslitteratur. MedieKultur, Vol. 25, No. 46 (2009). http://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/mediekultur/article/view/1333
  3. 3. PurposeHow can digital materials be organised in support of learning andknowledge sharing?What are the unique potentials of the internet/web as knowledgemedia?
  4. 4. Sociocultural concept of knowledgeKnowledge is related to activitiesKnowledge is use of tools within activitiesKnowledge is situated in social contexts and practices=> Knowledge media as tools
  5. 5. Knowledge mediaDefinitionKnowledge media are defined as media that are used by individuals toaccomplish learning activities•  Media as tools for knowledge construction•  Media in itself does not contain specific knowledge•  Media should not only organise and convey a subject of knowledge How to organise knowledge media without knowing how they will be used?
  6. 6. Knowledge media as toolsKnowledge media as tools for knowledge construction•  Tools for mediation•  Tools for reflection•  Tools for construction•  Tools for social interationKnowledge media should support a variety of activities and contexts:•  Open-ended•  Personalised
  7. 7. Potentials of the internetPublication and broadcastingNarrowcasting and selectionDialogue and collaborationSynchronous and asynchronous communicationParticipation in networksTransparencySharing informationCoupling of people and information
  8. 8. Narrowcasting (and selection)
  9. 9. (Narrowcasting and) selection
  10. 10. Synchronous and asynchronous communication
  11. 11. Transparency
  12. 12. Coupling of people and information
  13. 13. Coupling of people and information
  14. 14. 3 ways of organising knowledge mediaOrganising digital materials:•  Thematic collections•  Personalised media•  Social relations
  15. 15. Thematic collections
  16. 16. Personalised media
  17. 17. Social relations
  18. 18. Social relations
  19. 19. Knowledge media across contexts and beyond institutionsKnowledge media can support:•  Personal contexts - personal profile and usage•  Physical contexts - physical location•  Social contexts - social relations and networks
  20. 20. ConclusionThe internet as knowledge media•  Personalisation and open-ended materials•  Sharing beyond physical contexts•  Involving users in the organisation of materials => beyond institutional borders
  21. 21. CUDIMCenter for Teaching Development and Digital Media Christian Dalsgaard cdalsgaard@tdm.au.dk Aarhus University

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