Transmedia Learning Frameworks (TLF)

Applying on-demand learning strategies for self-paced "learning in the wild" such as the use of a transmedia learning framework (TLF) can augment professional learning from massively open online courses (MOOC) such as Udacity, and videos available from YouTube and other sources.

Prerequisites

What Is Online Learning?

What is Version Control?

How to do Version Control with Git in your CSE Project

What Are Software Development Tools?

What Are Programming Languages and Tools?

Published February 03, 2018

Contributor Elaine Raybourn

Using Resources and Technology to Optimize Your Productivity

In this on-demand learning blog post the author answers questions from participants in a webinar about challenges associated with learning in the wild (i.e., as it naturally occurs in a social context). The webinar explains key points of self-directed online learning, including how to develop a transmedia learning framework (TLF) leveraging massively open online courses (MOOC), podcasts, social media, videos, practice environments, and more. The webinar is based on material presented in a tutorial at the 2nd Annual ECP Annual Meeting. The tutorial featured a walk-through of relevant learning applications organized in a transmedia learning framework (TLF). Take-away practical strategies, resources, and tools that can be applied toward learning more productively were provided.

Transmedia Learning Framework for Git and GitHub

Below you will find some resources for a Transmedia Learning Framework for Git and GitHub, with emphasis on use for computational science and high-performance computing.

Transmedia Learning Framework for Python

Below you will find some resources for a Transmedia Learning Framework for Python, with emphasis on use for computational science and high-performance computing.