EDDE 806 - Post VI.II - Attack of the Greeks!
Wed, Oct 19 2016 14:00 | EDDE805, EDDE806, MOOC, open, open access, open learning, open scholarship, open teaching, openEd, PhD
Now that I am back from vacation (was off to Spain, but spent a little time in Istanbul on the way to and from), it's time to catch up a bit on EDDE 806. On the day that I was flying out to begin my vacation Alec Couros was presenting....D'oh! I missed the opportunity to be live in that 806. Not only was Alec on, but there was also a fellow EDDE student who is also Greek. It would
Getting paid in exposure...not!
Tue, May 10 2016 02:30 | authoring, compensation, credit, eBook, editing, exposure, INSDSG, OER, open, open access, open publishing, open scholarship
One of the items I've wanted to comment on for a while was a blog post posted by friend and colleague Rebecca Hogue. Rebecca writes that she teaches courses (similar, or the same courses as I do at UMB anyway) and these courses would be well served by a decent eBook that is published (and updated) for the course. I wholeheartedly agree! For the past half a decade I've been thinking
Week 7 - Evaluation (OLDSMOOC)
Sat, Feb 23 2013 17:10 | #oldsmooc, assessment, CC, cMOOC, Creative Commons, Evaluation, MOOC, OER, open learning, open scholarship, open teaching, xMOOC
It's week 7 in OLDSMOOC, and as we are windowing down we are tackling the topic of Evaluation. I will be switching tracks again, from the Blended Mobile Learning course (that I've been working on for a while), and going back to the idea of offering the course as a cMOOC. Going through OLDSMOOC I've gotten some good ideas about how to implement my own cMOOC. I've been thinking a lot about the