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10  A global blueprint for enhancing opportunities for people with disabilities to access and succeed in higher education
Katherine Wimpenny*, Lynn Clouder, Gemma Tombs

20  A paradigm shift rhetoric and theory-practice gap in online higher education: A case study of an open university
Kyungmee Lee*

44  A practical action perspective and understanding on becoming a networked learning educator
Vivien Hodgson*, Emma Watton, Neil Ralph

46  Academics' experiences of networked professional learning.
Karin Tusting*, Sharon McCulloch, Mary Hamilton

45  Academics' online connections: Characterising the structure of personal networks on academic social networking sites and Twitter
Katy Jordan*

16  Activity centred analysis and design in the evolution of learning networks
Peter Goodyear*, Lucila Carvalho

19  Affording Opportunities to Learn in Homework Online
Nina Bonderup Dohn*, Kirsten Lund, Pernille Holm Lindhardt, Hanne Skipper Jensen

52  An investigation of technology mediation in interdisciplinary research within Higher Education
Erin Young*, Niall Winters

59  Assessment in clinical simulation: current practices, changing influences, and the potential role of networked learning in shaping the future
Andrew West*, Gale Parchoma

33  Breaking the boundaries of space and time: A review of applications of bring-your-own-device in higher education
Marcus Sundgren*, Jimmy Jaldemark

31  CmyView: Walking together apart
Lucila Carvalho*, Cristina Garduño Freeman

48  Connecting Scholarship in the Open: A Scoping Review of Academic Researcher Personal Learning Support Structures
Jeffrey Keefer*

51  Cyber Enigmas? Passive detection and Pedagogical agents: Can students spot the fake?
Maggie Savin-Baden*, Roy Bhakta, David Burden

02  Designing for Dialogue and Digitality in Higher and Continuing Education
Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen, Thomas Kjærgaard*

23  Designing for online homework guidance
Jens Jørgen Hansen*, Kirstin Remvig

15  Designing networked learning with 4Ts
Francesca Pozzi*, Andrea Ceregini, Donatella Persico

40  Dimensions of social learning in teacher education: an exemplary case study
Antoine van den Beemt*, Emmy Vrieling

56  Discursive psychology as a methodology to explore how multiculturalism affects use of learning technologies
Claire Raistrick*

37  Effective team formation in networked learning settings
Howard Spoelstra*, Peter van Rosmalen

27  Effectiveness of Guests in Large Enrolment Online Courses as an Instructional Strategy
Jane Costello*, Linda Rohr

54  Experience and networked learning
Chris Jones*

09  Gross National Happiness in the Context of Networked Learning
Pär-Ola Zander*, Choeda Choeda, Tandin Penjor, Kinley Kinley

21  ‘Hospitality at a distance’: supervisory practices and student experiences of supervision in online Masters dissertations
Philippa Sheail*, Jen Ross

38  Image-sharing in Twitter-based professional conversations
Anna Wilson*

12  In praise of community: the case for consensus seeking within online networks
Michael Hammond*

05  Is technology enhanced learning an interdisciplinary activity?
Eileen Scanlon*, Josie Taylor

49  Making new connections: interactive network graph to enhance sharing opportunities for TEL practice
Tunde Varga-Atkins*

04  Manifesto Redux: making a teaching philosophy from networked learning research
Jen Ross, Sian Bayne*

26  MOOCs, openness and changing educator practices: an Activity Theory case study
Laura Czerniewicz*, Michael Glover, Andrew Deacon, Sukaina Walji

13  Networked learning and problem and project based learning – how they complement each other
Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld*

57  Networked learning: an opportunity to enhance the learning opportunities for students with high functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome?
Jane Davis*

34  Non-commissioned Officers' learning through Work in the Finnish Army
Otto Pekkarinen*

11  Online conversations around digital artefacts: the studio approach to learning in STEM subjects
Elaine Thomas*, Leonor Barroca, Helen Donelan, Helen Jefferis, Karen Kear, Jon Rosewell

07  OOPS! Or, Designing an Intercultural Online Participatory Seminar in the Spirit of Highlander Folk School
Ilene Dawn Alexander*, Alexander Fink

14  Problem and Project Based Learning in Hybrid Spaces: Nomads and Artisans
Thomas Ryberg*, Jacob Davidsen, Vivien Hodgson

53  Qualitative differences in students’ perceptions of others in a networked learning environment
Maria Cutajar*

03  Reclaiming distributed cognition in networked learning: An inter-subjective, socio-material perspective
Gale Parchoma*

60  Rehabilitation of People with a Brain Injury Through the Lens of Networked Learning. Identity Formation in Distributed Virtual Environments
Ulla Konnerup*, Maria Dolores Castro, Ann Bygholm

08  Resisting the Final Word: Challenging stale media and policy representations of students' performative technological encounters in university education
Sarah Hayes*, Petar Jandric

17  Social presence and impression management: Understanding networked learners’ cultivation of learning networks
Benjamin Kehrwald*, Murat Öztok

22  Socialization and Social Capital in Online Doctoral Programs
Clare Brett*, Kyungmee Lee, Murat Öztok

35  Teachers defining mobile learning: Conceptualisations emerging in a development project
Jimmy Jaldemark*, Lena Randevåg

42  Teaching Presence in MOOCs: Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies
Suzan Koseoglu*, Apostolos Koutropoulos

55  Teaching-led research? Exploring the digital agencies of software in qualitative research
Stephen Wright*, Ibrar Bhatt

50  The glow of unwork? Issues of portrayal in networked learning research
Maggi Savin-Baden*, Gemma Tombs

47  The Interrelations of ICT and Professional Identity: Studying Group Formations in the Context of Higher Education
Line Helverskov Horn*

39  The making of mobilities in online work-learning practices
Terrie Lynn Thompson*

58  The role of human actors in legitimising informal networked learning of academic digital practice.
Mike Johnson*

28  Third Spaces of Learning in Open Courses: Findings from an Interpretive Case Study
Suzan Koseoglu*

32  Tools for entertainment or learning? Exploring students' and tutors’ domestication of mobile devices
Magdalena Bober*, Deirdre Hynes, Anshul Lau

30  Trace Ethnography: working with data from digital assessment
Cormac O'Keeffe*

24  Triggering dialogic activities across networks
Christine Sinclair*, Hamish Macleod

29  Troubling the Blurred Boundaries of Online Professionalism
Sara MacLean*

18  Unraveling networked learning initiatives: an analytic framework
Ellen Rusman*, Fleur Prinsen, Marjan Vermeulen

43  Using Distributed Scrum for Supporting an Online Community - A Qualitative Descriptive Study of Students' Perceptions
Jörgen Söderback*, Stefan Hrastinski, Lena-Maria Öberg

25  Visualising structure and agency in a MOOC using the Footprints of Emergence framework
Jenny Mackness*, Jutta Pauschenwein

36  When we have never been human, what is to be done? Exploring posthumanism within the context of networked learning
Ailsa Haxell*

01  Where have all the students gone? They are all on Facebook Now
Dennis Landgrebe Thomsen*, Mia Thyrre Sørensen, Thomas Ryberg

41  Why and How Do Members Provide Help For Others Within Online Communities?
Hafiz Hanif*, Michael Hammond

06  Why 'one size fits all' concept and policies of inclusive education is insufficient to achieve ‘true’ inclusivity in a national context. Insight from a tablet based disaster preparedness training programme administered in Bangladesh.
Syed Ali Tarek*


Symposium Introductions

01  Designs for learning with the Semantic Web
Fran Tracy, Liverpool John Moores University, Jesper Jensen, University of Southern Denmark

02 Challenges to social justice and collective wellbeing in a globalised education system
Helen Beetham, Independent, Laura Czerniewicz, University of Capetown, Chris Jones, Liverpool John Moores University, Victor Lally, University of Glasgow, Carlo Perotta, University of Leeds, Madeleine Sclater, University of Glasgow

03 Synergies, differences, and bridges between Networked Learning, Connected Learning, and Open Education (#NLbridge)
Frances Bell, Itinerant Scholar, Catherine Cronin, National University of Ireland, Laura Gogia, Virginia Commonwealth University

Workshop Introductions

01  Designs for Networked Learning: Using Personal Learning Networks to Build Intercultural Competence
Ann Hill Duin, University of Minnesota

02 Facilitating the Professional Growth of Teachers in Networked Learning Communities (NLC)
Sao-Ee GOH, Irene Tan, Academy of Singaport Teachers

03 EDECES MODEL: Learning Design for Technology Enhanced Learning
Chryssa Themelis, Bolton University

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