Review: MOOCs and Educational Challenges around Asia and Europe
Saturday, Nov 4 2017 11:47 | Books, goodreads, MOOC, PhD, research, review, Social Networking, Social Networks
MOOCs and Educational Challenges around Asia and Europe by Bowon KimMy rating: 3 of 5 stars This was an interesting overview of MOOC (and some about OER) initiatives in selected Asian countries. It's interesting to see the role that MOOCs and OER take on in different contexts. I did find some issues with some chapters (naming things MOOCs which aren't really MOOCs), but I guess this was
Dishonored | Done!
Saturday, Jan 10 2015 04:30 | achievements, Ancient Greece, Assassins Creed, Bioshock, Entertainment, FPS, Games, Hero, Hitman, MOOC, Philosophy, Steampunk, victorian, video games, VideoGames, XBOX
Just in time! Right before my semester starts next week, and my gaming tanks until the summer, I was able to start playing, and finished, Dishonored. This is one of those games that was a hand-me-down from a friend that moved away. I tried playing it right after I had completed Bioshock Infinite, however the game styles were too similar and I wanted something else to buffer these
Discovered a bug in Mozilla's Open Backpack!
I've been using many beta software titles for a while, and I've also been a volunteer beta tester for software that I like in the past, but I've never actually come across an actual bug! Well, this is all about to change this morning! In the past couple of days I've been messing around with Open Backpack. Sure, I had an account before, and I received a badge for completing the #BonkOpen