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The Knowledge Media Institute (przy Open University UK) zaprasza do
współpracy nad książką Collaborative Learning 2.0: Open Educational
Resource. Propozycje rozdziałów można nadsyłać do 15 maja 2010 na
adres oerbook(at)gmail.com.

Szczegóły za chwilę u nas na blogu i w mailu poniżej.


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From: "A.L.P.Okada" <a.l.p.okada w open.ac.uk>
To: "icoper-pte w alice.wu.ac.at" <icoper-pte w alice.wu.ac.at>
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 12:30:27 +0200

Dear Icoper Community

The Knowledge Media Institute, at the Open University is currently
producing a book:

"Collaborative Learning 2.0: Open Educational Resources".

We are inviting researchers and practitioners to submit a 2-3 page
chapter proposal by May 15, 2010 to (oerbook w gmail.com).

Everyone is welcome! We will appreciate it very much if you can help
us disseminate the information below to your colleagues from your
Institution and network.


Ale, Teresa & Peter

A book edited by Alexandra Okada, Teresa Connolly and Peter Scott
Proposals Submission Deadline: May 15, 2010

Web 2.0 based technologies have been changing the ways we communicate
with other people, how we acquire and assimilate information as well
as how we produce knowledge. This networked world creates a sense of
"always being in touch or reachable" for "sharing, remixing and
reusing information". Users, both organizations and individuals, can
now create their own communities, construct content together and
enable formal or informal learning collaboratively.

As a result, this mixed economy of 'official' open content from
organisations and open content coming from learning communities
through Web 2.0 plays an important role in widening participation in
Higher Education.  Understanding the creation of these interactive
experiences will be essential for producing significant Open
Educational Resources (OERs) and helping learners become more active
and able to manage their learning by themselves.

In order to obtain all the benefits that these "open and
user-generated content, resources and tools" promise, this book
investigates how OERs can be deployed successfully to enrich the
collaborative formal and informal learning experience. Our aim is to
offer a solid theoretical foundation and precise guidelines on how to
produce and use OERs to ensure positive outcomes in terms of
"user-generated knowledge".

Objectives of the book

Assess the meaning and examine the impact of OER and Web 2.0 on
collaborative learning;
Deepen understanding about the diverse range of Web 2.0 tools and
practices for collaborative learning and collaborative development of
Foster the exchange of information and good practice in collaborative
learning 2.0 techniques, with frameworks and case studies;
Raise the level of awareness of the challenges and opportunities that
open content, new social tools and new social media afford for
collaborative learning;
Explore visions and scenarios for the future development and
deployment of collaborative learning through open educational
resources generated by users, both organizations and individuals.
Target Audience

The target audience of this book is the wider educational community
across all sectors, undergraduates and postgraduates, researchers,
teaching practitioners, international policy makers, educational
technologists and individuals who are interested in how Web 2.0,
social media and emerging technologies and OER will impact on formal
education and the social implications that surround collaborative
online learning and virtual communities.

Recomended Topics

Conceptual frameworks, theoretical models, empirical evidence and
approaches to understanding collaborative online learning on the
Relations between communities, networks, groups and individual learning;
Collaborative online learning for formal and informal education;
Collaborative learning using different tools: blog, wiki, facebook, twitter;
Collaborative Online Learning Strategies on the web2.0: Guidelines and
successful experiences;
Personalisation interfaces and Personal Learning Environments for
collaborative online learning;
Web 2.0 - Open Educational Environments, Resources and tools
Social media, emerging community practices and uses of OER in Higher Education;
New technologies, social software and social media for collaborative
learning and production of OER;
Widening Participation through OER in Higher Education;
The importance of OERs and Web 2.0 tools for Lifelong Learning and
Continuing Professional Development;
Identity, trust and authenticity in user-generated collaborative
content and OER production;
Digital literacies and accessibility in relation to the uses of OERs
and collaborative online learning;
Reusing and Remixing OER for collaborative learning;
OER - designing, creating, adapting  and personalizing;
Conditions for successful integration of Web 2.0 tools and OER in the
Designing Virtual Learning Environments with OER and web2.0 tools;
Barriers and possible solutions for collaborative learning with OER
and web2.0 tools;
Assessment with  OER and web2.0 tools;
Emergent mediums for Collaborative Online Learning 2.0: Online
Game-Based Learning, Virtual worlds, Smart mobs.


This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea
Group Inc.), publisher of the "Information Science Reference"
(formerly Idea Group Reference), and "Medical Information Science
Reference", and "IGI Publishing" imprints. For additional information
regarding the publisher, please visit www.igi-global.com. This
publication is anticipated to be released in 2011.

Important Dates

Proposal Submission Deadline: May 15, 2010
Full chapter Submission: September 15, 2010
Review Results to Authors: November 30, 2010
Revised Chapter Submission: January 15, 2011
Final Deadline: February 15, 2011

Submission Procedure

Researchers and practitioners interested in submitting chapters are
invited to submit on or before May 15, 2010, a 2-3 page chapter
proposal clearly explaining the mission and concerns of his or her
proposed chapter. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified and
sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters ( 7,000 - 10,000 words) are
expected to be submitted to (oerbook w gmail.com) by September 15, 2010.
All submitted chapters should be in MS-Word or Open Office format and
will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also
be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.

Additional information:

IGI Global book website

KMi OU-UK book website

Inquiries and submissions can be forwarded electronically (Word document) to:
Dr. Alexandra Okada & MS Teresa Connolly
Knowledge Media Institute - The Open University UK

Email:  (oerbook w gmail.com)

The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an
exempt charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland
(SC 038302).

Grzegorz Ziółek

Centrum e-Learningu
Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Kraków

tel. 12 617 50 54
fax 12 634 44 94

Best regards,
Karolina Grodecka
Centre of e-Learning AGH
ul. Czarnowiejska 30a
30-059 Kraków
tel. 12 617 37 71

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