Personal Learning Environments
Marc Crompton Learning Commons Press, 2014.
ISBN: 978-1-933170-77-0; Free
Marc Crompton is a teacher librarian, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. This free short course has been created for teens who are learning to use the Internet to come into command of their own learning. Here they will learn how to construct the four parts of a personal learning environment or PLE: A portal that is their personal gateway into digital space, their personal learning network where they connect and communicate with experts around the world, their public and private portfolio where they keep the items they have created and exhibit to the world those they want the public to see, and a workspace where they construct and do assignments and work on projects they are passionate about. In this learning experience they can explore, comment, and create a PLE that works for them and helps them become good digital citizens. This Quickmooc can be accessed at: http://ple.quickmooc.com and by using the following username and password: Username: audit; Password: winter2014