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LINKS-UP - Learning 2.0 for an Inclusive Knowledge Society - Understanding the Picture

Deliverable D3 Preliminary Learning Dialogues Report

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LINKS-UP - Learning 2.0 for an Inclusive Knowledge Society - Understanding the Picture

Deliverable D3 Preliminary Learning Dialogues Report

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Samenvatting

This work package firstly functions as a data-gathering activity, to explore and deepen the
results, and questions, raised by the earlier research activities and it provides knowledge
exchange to engage a wider spectrum of stakeholders to further validate the LINKS-UP
outputs. Two phases of the Learning Dialogues involve representatives of the 20 cases
studied in WP2. In the first phase these events are considered to serve as data gathering in
the host countries represented by the LINKS-UP consortium. The second phase will involve
action research experiments and will be combined with the Workpackage focused on
Validation. The first Dialogues took place in the framework of two conferences, involving
not only the direct target group of the project but a group of international experts to explore
the possible bottlenecks of the project aims. In the second phase it is intended to run the
Learning Dialogues using the Action Learning Set methodology (Pedler, 1997) with selected
case studies involved in WP2. Action Learning Sets involve ‘small group work’ with groups
representing key actors and stakeholders. Group work is co-ordinated by a facilitator in
order to generate practical learning by reflecting on experiences of LINKS-UP in a structured
way. A distinctive feature of the Action Learning Set methodology is its emphasis on
exploring how different groups interact; the underlying ‘visions’ and value systems that
shape this interaction, and the possible tensions that may arise through conflicts between
these visions and values. This is particularly suited to understanding the barriers that may
militate against the application of Learning 2.0 approaches to inclusive learning, since the
methodology focuses on how social interactions operate.

The Learning Dialogues are intended to explore and deepen the results of case study analysis
and to emulate knowledge exchange by engaging a wider spectrum of stakeholders that in
the WP2 stage to validate project outputs. The first Learning Dialogue was transformed into
a model Learning Dialogue event with international experts at the EDEN 2010 Annual
Conference. Based on the experiences of the model event, the second Learning Dialogue
event involving case study representatives and took place in Austria, in the framework of the
EduMedia Conference at the end of June 2010. Based on the positive feedback from
participants of the first two events, it was proposed to record interviews and short videostatements
with stakeholders and publish them as part of the Innovation Laboratory online.
The following report contains detailed descriptions of the initial Learning Dialogues and
reports on the feedback received from participants to be included in the future Learning
Dialogue methodology development.

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OrganisatieDe Haagse Hogeschool
AfdelingFaculteit IT & Design
LectoraatLectoraat Informatie, Technologie en Samenleving
Jaar2011
TypeRapport
TaalEngels

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