Mon, Apr 22 2013 07:00 | appliedLinguistics, blendedLearning, instructionalDesign, languageLearning, linguistics, phonetics, phonology, xMOOC
This past week, crazy events in Boston aside, two new MOOCs began: LTMOOC, on Blended Language Teaching, and the Phonetics and Phonology MOOC from the Virtual Linguistics Campus at the University of Marburg. The Edx course on the Ancient Greek Hero took a hiatus week to allow people to catch up. I am still sticking to the Ancient Greek Hero course, and I did try to catch up with the scrolls,
MOOC certification, and a little more on Self-Paced MOOCs...
Last week I got an email from the MOOC guys running the VLC MOOC, and one of the topics was in the email was all about the certification process. In going through this MOOC (really a self-paced eLearning course, but more on that down below), I would like some sort of proof that I went through it (just in case someone asks), but by and large I really don't care for certification for individual courses.
Yay! Linguistics MOOCs!
Thu, Apr 4 2013 08:30 | appliedLinguistics, languageAcquisition, linguistics, MOOC, phonetics, phonology
Well, now we're talking! ;-)I came across two MOOCs that are related to (one of) my subject(s) of study :-) The first MOOC comes to us from Germany, although it looks like it will be conducted in English, and it's the Phonetics, Phonology and Transcription MOOC from the Virtual Linguistics Campus. I am actually quite psyched about this MOOC for several reasons:Phonetics and Phonology is something