The vConnecting about Cupcakes and Pokemon!
Another docublog from virtually connecting from a few weeks ago, at OpenEd Berlin with Alec Couros. This one has the innovation of being the first "pop up" virtually connecting session. Enjoy!
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
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.
What's the usual half-life of an intellectual interest?
Mon, Dec 7 2015 04:30 | #cck11, #lak11, #mobimooc, burnout, cMOOC, coursera, education, edx, MOOC, openEd, PhD, research, study, xMOOC
Now that school is over, and grading is almost over for the course I am teaching this semester, I finally have an opportunity to go through and continue my quest to read existing MOOC literature. I had started this past September reading a collection of articles in an IGI publication titled Macro-Level Learning through Massive Open Online Courses which I got electronically for a limited
Catching up with posting virtually connecting sessions I've appeared in :-)In this one I joined Helen, Maha B., Maha A., David, Martin, Mary, and Claire. This was at the OpenEd15 conference (Vancouver) after David and Mary's keynote "Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia". This took place last week.
OpenEd15 virtually connecting Thuesday session?)
Catching up with posting virtually connecting sessions I've appeared in :-)In this one I joined Helen, Maha, Patrice, Rebecca, Autumm, Mike, Phil, and Alan. The session was at OpenEd15 (Vancouver), which took place last week.