Janine Lim

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Name: Janine Lim
Date registered: April 25, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Maximizing Reach, Learning and Reflection with Online Learning — February 16, 2014
  2. Wonderful Wikis: Supporting Learning and Collaboration — February 13, 2014
  3. Photo Metaphor Learning Activity — January 27, 2014
  4. Global Trends and Challenges in Open and Distance Learning — October 17, 2013
  5. Educational Technology in Open and Distance Learning — October 17, 2013

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  1. Diverse Networks and Desktop Videoconferencing — 13 comments
  2. Using Technology in Teaching College Religion — 9 comments
  3. Videoconferencing Definition Confusion — 7 comments
  4. I Have a Dream: Giving VC to People Off My Network — 7 comments
  5. Cameras for Desktop Videoconferencing — 7 comments

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Feb 16

Maximizing Reach, Learning and Reflection with Online Learning

GAIN Conference Presentation 2014: Maximizing Reach, Learning and Reflection with Online Learning What are all the ways you can learn online? Mentoring, blended learning, just-in-time learning, personal learning networks, xMOOCs, cMOOCs, LOOCs, collaborative projects, and more! Come for a fast-paced look at a selection of methods and models for facilitating learning for others or jump-starting …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5296

Feb 13

Wonderful Wikis: Supporting Learning and Collaboration

GAiN Conference Presentation 2014: Wonderful Wikis: Supporting Learning and Collaboration Wiki, wiki, quick, quick! Set up a website for learning or collaboration or both! See examples of wikis used to promote critical thinking, support collaborative work, manage committee work, and even for peer editing! We will examine different types of collaboration and the advantages and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5292

Jan 27

Photo Metaphor Learning Activity

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I woke up this morning and found out we have a snow day! The arctic vortex of 2014. I was thinking that it would be fun to have an activity for students to do online on a snow day so that instructional time isn’t totally wasted. This blog post is the first in a series …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5286

Oct 17

Global Trends and Challenges in Open and Distance Learning

By Paulina Gonzalez-Pose, Chief, Section for Higher Education, UNESCO It’s Friday morning, the last day of the ICDE World Conference 2013. What is ODL? Open learning – a student centered approach to education that removes barriers to access and provides a high degree of autonomy to the learner. Open and distance learning includes the concept …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5282

Oct 17

Educational Technology in Open and Distance Learning

Still blogging the ICDE 2013 conference. Panel Sessions #2. Exploration and Practice on Promoting Digital Learning Community Construction Based on Mobile Internet Technology – By Taking “Fujian Lifelong Learning Online” as an Example By Shen Guanghui, The Open University of Fujian, China China’s mobile users – about 75%. Fujian Lifelong Learning Online – www.fjrtvu.edu.cn – …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5280

Oct 17

The Regulatory Environment and Strategies for Innovative Open and Distance Learning

Parallel Session #1, Subtheme 6: The Regulatory Environment and Strategies for Innovative Open and Distance Learning. ICDE Conference 2013. Blogging my learning. One sidenote on the format. With English being the second language for so many participants, it was very important to have much of the text written out on the PowerPoint slides so that …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5278

Oct 17

Open Educational Resources (OER) in ODL

It’s Thursday morning in Tianjin, and we have a session on Open Educational Resources in open and distance learning. The panel presenters are: Prof. Fred Mulder, UNESCO Chair Holder in OER; Prof. Rory McGreal, UNESCO/COL OER Chair Holder (Athabasca University); Prof. Nizam, Ministry of National Education, Indonesia; Dr. Griff Richards, African Virtual University; and Dr. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5275

Oct 16

Quantity vs. Quality in Open and Distance Learning

ICDE Conference Overview and Welcome Welcome to Tianjin, China! I’m attending the International Council for Open and Distance Education World Conference; with over 1000 participants from around the world, including Canada, Pakistan, Iran, Australia, Indonesia, and many more countries. The conference began with an opening ceremony – with speeches from dignitaries from several organizations. The …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5273

Apr 29

Higher Ed Wikis: Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Committees, and Peer Editing

USDLA 2013 Session: Higher Ed Wikis: Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Committees, and Peer Editing How can wikis be used in higher education? For collaboration, promoting critical thinking, managing committee work, and even peer editing! In this session, we will showcase a variety of wikis used at Andrews University, and share additional ideas for using wikis in …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5269

Jan 31

Day 20: Follow the Yellow Brick Road: Keep on Learning

Congratulations! With today’s tip, you have now completed the 20 Day Challenge to Teaching Interactive Online Courses. Let’s review, reflect, and look to the future of your online teaching. Review We spent the first several days setting up your course, your online teaching space, and getting your students started. Then we spent a week on …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blog.janinelim.com/?p=5254

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