Udacity a lousy product? Perhaps...perhaps not...it depends.
Wed, Jan 8 2014 17:00 | #cck11, #edcmooc, cMOOC, coursera, futurelearn, instructionalDesign, InstructionalTechnology, MOOC, p2pu, udacity, UIDesign, xMOOC
Just before the spring semester starts and I start getting really busy with the day-job, teaching my class, working on a couple of conference presentations and working on the FutureLearn course on Corpus Linguistcs, and P2PU course with Dave Cormier, I thought I should really jump into a couple of Udacity course offerings to give the platform a real try out. In years past I stayed away, as a learner,
OLDSMOOC Week 5: all quiet ;-)
This week, on OLDSMOOC, the subject was prototyping, and all has been very quiet in the MOOC. I am not sure if people are busy prototyping (and thus not talking a lot), or if people have taken a small break from the MOOC :-) Since I decided to focus on the Blended version of my mLearning course (and not try to make a MOOC out of it just yet - mostly due to time issues), I took the stand-back and see