The PLE Conference 2012 – Papers
– Using SymbalooEDU as a PLE Organizer in Higher Education;
– Building Identity in an Institutionally Supported Personal Learning Environment – the case of SAPO Campus;
– Steps to Reflect on the Personal Learning Environment. Improving the Learning Process?
– Introducing Personal Learning Environments to Informal Learners: Lessons Learned from the OpenLearn Case Study;
– Developing Work based Personal Learning Environments in Small and Medium Enterprises;
– Enhancing Self Regulated Learning Skills for Improved PLE Use: A Problem Based Learning Approach;
– Sapo Campus Schools as a Disruptive Innovation Tool: Could it be the Educational Ba?
– Pedagogical Practices, Personal Learning Environments and the Future of eLearning;
– The Impact of Culture on Personalization of Learning Environments: Some Theoretical Insights;
– Psychological Ownership and Personal Learning Environments: Do sense of ownership and control really matter?
– PLE-based ePortfolios: Towards Empowering Student Teachers’ PLEs through ePortfolio Processes;
– Analysis of Personal Learning Networks in Support of Teachers Presence Optimization;
– Future Teachers Looking for their PLEs: the Personalized Learning Process Behind it all;
– “Tips for Making a Movie”, a Learning Object for Autonomous Learning;
– First Time Building of a PLE in an ICT Post Graduation Course: Main Functions and Tools;
– Building Personal Learning Networks through Event- Based Social Media: a Case Study of the SMiLE Project;
– Sharing Personal Learning Environments for Widget Based Systems using a Widget Marketplace;
– Just4me: Functional Requirements to Support Informal Self-directed Learning in a Personal Ubiquitous Environment;
– Building a Shared Personal Learning Environment with SAPO Campus;
– Drupal as a Social Hub for Personal Learning;
– Designing and Implementing PLEs in a Secondary School Using Web2.0 Tools;
– Online Learning Communities: from Personal to Social Learning Environments.
Sapo Campus Schools: Network Learning, Teaching and People;
– Diverse Knowledge Practices through Personal Learning Environments – A theoretical Framework
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