The curious case of the cMOOC
Sat, Mar 26 2016 03:30 | #cck11, #change11, #ioe12, #NRC01PL, #rhizo14, #rhizo15, CCK11, cMOOC, content, CoP, curriculum, instructionalDesign, MOOC, openEd, PhD, research, wayfinding, xMOOC
Moving along in NRC01PL, here are some reflections of what was presented in week 3 of the Personal Learning MOOC. It's been rather busy at work, and at Athabasca as I am wrapping up my semester, so I haven't really gelled with anyone else in this cMOOC. I think that the topic would be interesting to discuss in connectivist fashion, but I have not yet (satisfactorily) done any wayfinding.
Content Knowledge vs Practice
Thu, Mar 24 2016 06:00 | #NRC01PL, ANT, cMOOC, content, instructionalDesign, interaction, MOOC, OCW, OER, practice
Hey! It's week 2 in NRC01PL! Well... no, it's not, it's probably like week 5 or something, but I am working at catching up ;-) The second week of this MOOC (which I've only now joined the Google Group) is on the Content/practice dichotomy. It's interesting because this comes up quite a few times in discussions in academia. The pendulum seems to swing from extreme to extreme. Too
The king is dead! Long live the king!
Sat, May 2 2015 17:18 | #rhizo15, content, education, instructionalDesign, learning, MOOC, rMOOC, xMOOC
This week in Rhizo15 we are talking about content. RhizoDave (I think I've decided that's Dave Cormier's new nickname - or his superhero name) has asked us to stretch and pull the word "content" and see what we come up with. The phrase "content is king" has already come up somewhere in Rhizo15 - it may have been on twitter or Facebook, but I guess that's just one of those phrases that
Content as faculty production...
I was reading this post yesterday by Paul Prisloo on his reflections on Open Content. I found his post enlightening because through my studies I had not really encountered to topic of history of distance education and the evolution of distance education has been of interest to me. I have to say that I somewhat agree with Paul's view that lecturers (professors) are in the teaching