Cultural Differences in Global Online Learning Communities (Final Draft)

Question: How to nurture team trusts and develop effective collaboration in multi-cultural online learning communities? Introduction Nowadays, our online learning communities are increasingly diverse and multi-cultural. Students all around the world can attend the same online courses and form different learning communities. Team members interact with each other by sharing knowledge and obtaining feedback, connecting …

Feedback Received for Draft #1

I shared my link of my draft #1 to the group chat on learning pod and two teammates gave me constructive feedback. Veronica points out several grammar mistakes, and suggests me to change my overall structure. Cathryn gave me advice on how I can find scholarly articles and structure my work. Cathryn thought my work …

Research Draft

Question: How to build team solidarity and nurture trusts in globalized online learning communities? Introduction Overview of literatures Hofstede’s five dimensions Hofstede’s five dimensions are revering hierarchy, individualism versus collectivism, task- or relationship-focused, risk avoidance, and long-term orientation. Revering hierarchy and individualism versus collectivism are more frequently happened during globally distributed learning community. Revering hierarchy …

EDCI 339: Showcase Post

This showcase post is expanding and elaborating my ideas on blog post #3. I have an experience of working with a scrum team, learning globally software development within a community of learners. The three main social media we used for learning and communication are Github, Zoom, and Slack. After the experience with the scrum team …

EDCI 339: Blog Post #5

Connected community and Peer Review are the two attributes I learned about open education that I had experience on. Connected community is one of the essential eight attributes of Open Pedagogy. In order to join the connected community, “the conduit of social media and other technology is needed” (Bronwyn, 9). I had an experience in …

EDCI 339: Blog Post #4

I have experience of working in a scrum team, using social media to connect with my teammates. At that time, I was participating in a scrum team, using web development tools to debug and add advanced functions for an application called VisualGit. The first two strategies that Todd shares in the book Teaching Online reminded …

EDCI339: Blog Post #3

The website named Clickclickclick Colin showed me in Unit 4 surprised me and reminded me of the web crawler, which makes me think that protecting personal information is essential nowadays. Clickclickclick is a surveillance game that keeps track of almost every actions users did on that website. It reviews how much browsers know about me. …

EDCI339: Blog Post #2

Major describes five different online courses conducted by different instructors. The topics are varied including building search engines, digital story-telling, teaching literature for young adults, technology in higher education, and western civilization. All of the courses successfully provide “rewarding and meaningful experience” for many students (Major 105). For examples, Lisa’s online course about western civilization used …

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