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Connected

Open

Social

Networked

Digital

Personalized

Course documents
such as the syllabus,
schedule, and activity
details are available
on the web

Learning activities
require students to
engage with each
others learning
products (e.g.
commenting)
Learning activities
require students to
engage in
synchronous/partially
synchronous
discussion (e.g.
Twitter, Discussion
Forums, Video
conferencing)
Learning activities
include a largely
cooperative project

Learning activities encourage


students to engage in
interdisciplinary (across academic
fields) connections

Learning activities are


making-oriented

Learning activities encourage


students to engage in intercontextual (across home, peer,
community, academic contexts)
connections

Learning activities
require students to
build digital fluency

Students retain access


to all learning
products (individual
and group) beyond
the duration of the
course.
Students are able to
adapt the learning
activities to suit their
own learning goals or
interests

Learning activities encourage


students to create sustainable
social capital within the academic
community (e.g. faculty and other
students)

Learning activities
require students to
community with
multimodal
expression or
artfulness

Learning activities
require students to
engage in a largely
collaborative project

Learning activities encourage


students to create sustainable
social capital beyond the academic
community (e.g. community
members)

The tools and readings


required to participate
in the course are
available on the open
web.

More
Connected

Course platform is
structured to allow
open participants to
engage in learning
activities and
community.
Finished products are
available for public
consumption and
feedback on the open
web. Students are
encouraged to publish
with a creative
commons license.

Students engage in
meaningful selfassessment. This may
require some
instructor scaffolding.