(NB – PDF link fixed now)
More from the work I have been doing to assist the NZ MoE in determining what an online learning environment might look like. In sharing the work I’d done previously (see Future OLE) I kept getting questions from teachers and principals about how this might apply to schools who, at the end of the day, are still charged with managing the complexity of learning for students, and are required to make decisions about the appropriate technologies to support this (eg SMS, LMS etc)
I’ve prepared a short paper titled OLE – a school perspective (pdf) which attempts to outline what a school’s response should be, and how this would relate to the personal learning environment of the individual learner as well as the various other systems and repositories that are ‘out there’. I should point out that the particular products and services I’ve used to illustrate the diagram are merely that, illustrations, and are not intended to convey any sense of exclusivity.
Your thoughts or feedback would be welcomed.