Digital Literacy – Social learning
Get social with your studies in this episode of our Digital Literacy course - part of our 'Go The Distance' course, giving you the skills and knowledge you need to be a top-class distance learner! For more information about digital literacy, English language and study skills for distance learners, visit us at http-//www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/gothedistance. To find out more about our partner, The Open University, go to http-//www.open.edu/openlearn/tv-radio-events/events/go-the-distance.
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Oh hey there, I’m just catching up with some friends on our WhatsApp group… and send! Funnily enough, that’s what we’re going to talk about today: social learning. That’s using your phone or a computer to stay in touch with other students as well as your tutors and academic institution - just like you do with family and friends. After all, with one of these, you can be part of a learning community even as a distance learner! Oh, another message arrives! Ha ha ha! That is hilarious! So we’re talking about social learning, but what do we mean by that? Well, it just means using digital networks to keep in contact with other students and academic staff to help your studies go well. You can do that in a couple of ways: one - using the forums & message boards provided by your academic institution. Or two - using social platforms that lots of people use in your country and around the world. You can usually make private groups here, so you and your fellow students can leave each other messages. Sometimes it will be a requirement of your course to participate on a particular platform - you have to do it. But lots of students want to communicate freely with each other so they set up a private group - that’s up to you. You can do it if you want to. So that’s what social learning is, but why should I do it? Well, one - It’s a useful a place where tutors can follow up on lectures and webinars by answering questions asked by students, and entering into discussions. Good for your studies! And two - being a student isn’t just about studying. It’s about making friends and working together too. You can support each other… or just have a gossip. The fact that you can leave messages for each other means you can communicate without having to be online all at the same time. Very useful for busy people like you! Ok, I get the why, but what about the how? Good question! And easily answered. For any social network you need to create a profile. I’ve done it many times myself, on the old dating sites!! But seriously, for university forums you will need to log in to the system with your username and password before accessing the forums. ‘Log in’ means ‘to connect securely to your own account in a digital service’. Once you are in, you can browse, search or start new threads. You may be able to switch on alerts so that you receive an email when someone else responds to a discussion you are interested in. Also, don’t share personal information like your telephone number or sensitive information like your best mate’s exam results Remember, forums always have rules about what is acceptable language and tone, so let’s be nice in there, even if you don’t always agree with others. If you are setting up your own network then you will need to create it and then invite others to join. Or if a fellow student has set up a network, then just accept their invitation. And then you can start sharing knowledge, exchanging ideas or just getting to know each other better. Have fun in there! Oh! Ha ha! Wow! That is amazing! Check that out! Classic!
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