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Reflections and Challenges in Networked Learning

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Publication date3/06/2018
Host publicationNetworked Learning: Reflections and Challenges
EditorsNina Bonderup Dohn, Susan Cranmer, Julie-Ann Sime, Maarten De Laat, Thomas Ryberg
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer Verlag
Number of pages26
ISBN (electronic)9783319748573
ISBN (print)9783319748566
<mark>Original language</mark>English


In this last chapter, we reflect on the issues taken up in the nine chapters forming the body of the book and how they relate to the trends identified in the introductory chapter as well as how they combine to characterize the field of Networked Learning today and on from here. We start with a short presentation of each of the chapters. This leads us to identify broader themes which point out significant perspectives and challenges for future research and practice. Among these are social justice, criticality, mobility, new forms of opennes and learning in the public arena (all leading themes at the next Networked Learning Conference in 2018), differences between participants and in participant experiences, learning analytics and different understandings of Networked Learning.