Social Presence and Relateability
Thu, Mar 26 2015 11:20 | #humanMOOC, APLING603, CoI, education, engagement, InMemoriam, literacy, MA, MBA, MSIS, MSIT, socialPresence
This week has been rough in the office. We learned that our colleague - and my former professor - Pepi Leistyna passed away. Details are scant at the moment and everyone in the department is in a state of shock as his death was quite sudden and unexpected. I was going to write a blog post about about my history with him, how I knew him as a person when I worked in Media Services (good ol'
Ο Ιστός ως πλατφόρμα
Mon, Oct 27 2014 09:57 | #ccourses, literacy, WebLiteracy, Ελληνικά, Παιδαγωγία, διαδύκτιο, διδασκαλία, παιδεία
Τις περασμένες δύο εβδομάδες είχαμε ως θέμα μας, στην ενότητα του connected courses, το τον ιστό, και συγκεκριμένα τον ιστό ως πλατφόρμα, και ως κουλτούρα. Τα κείμενα που μας έδωσαν ως αρχική ύλη ήταν πολύ βασικά για εμένα. Πριν
On Network Fluency
Wed, Oct 1 2014 17:30 | #ccourses, #rhizo14, accessibility, cMOOC, EDDE801, instructionalDesign, InstructionalTechnology, literacy, MediaLiteracy, MOOC, PhD, PLE, teaching
On the web, not one knows you are a ____________ (fill in the blank). Connecting with the previous elements of trust, I am continuing my opening exploration of this module's second topic: Network Fluency. The introductory chat is available as a YouTube video, and the discussion is on the topic of Social Capital and Personal Learning Networks.This subject of Network Fluency (or Network Literacy
Here we are, module 2 of Connected Courses, and the focal topics for these next two weeks are Trust and Network Fluency. This module we have a few webinars to watch, and there are a number of book recommendations. Truthfully I cannot make it through these books, as much as I would love to read some of them at the moment. Too many other things happening to focus meaningfully on them. I guess I
Learning in times of abundance...for quite some time now!
This week's topic, as I mentioned in my initial post, is learning in times of abundance. Eric Duval, in his definition of abundance, goes for the digital element, but I wanted to focus on something a little more mundane - the "disconnected" world of the library. The fact of the matter is that our abundance of information is no new thing. Some may go back as far