Footprints of Emergence (english)
The Footprints of Emergence visualisation tool was created to support designers, teachers, learners and researchers in eliciting deeply reflective, tacit knowledge and understanding about the balance between prescriptive and emergent learning in any given learning environment. (you can find more information about the footprints at the bottom)
Drawing the footprints of emergence
- print the template and draw them by hand, take a picture afterwards.
- download the powerpoint or keynote file (Mac), open it, klick on the yellow line and use your right mouse pointer to move the points. Per factor you can choose a position between the inner prescribed and the outer sharp emergent zone.
- Jenny explains how to draw footprints of emergence with the word-template
- Jenny adds further information about aspects of the footprints related to our presentation at the 10th Networked Learning Conference in Lancaster, 2016
- information about the factors of the footprints
Literature and videos
- Mackness, Jenny; Pauschenwein, Jutta (2016) Visualising structure and agency in a MOOC using the Footprints of Emergence framework. Tenth International Conference on Networked Learning. Lancaster. slides
- Williams, Roy T., & Mackness, Jenny (2014). Surfacing, sharing and valuing tacit knowledge in open learning. Proceedings 13. E-Learning Tag 2014, Graz, p 3-21
- Videos of the keynote (video 1;video 2) Graz, Sept. 2014. Jenny Mackness and Roy Williams explain the footprints of emergence.
- Pauschenwein, Jutta (2014). All my footprints. Proceedings 13. E-Learning Tag 2014, Graz, p 22-34
- Williams, Roy, Karousou, R.egina & Mackness, Jenny (2011). Emergent Learning and Learning Ecologies in Web 2.0. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 12(3).
- Williams, Roy T., Mackness, Jenny, & Gumtau, Simone (2012). Footprints of Emergence. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(4).
- Open wiki: http://footprints-of-emergence.wikispaces.com/home