Here come the lurkers!
Tue, Mar 11 2014 10:46 | #rhizo14, cMOOC, corpusLinguistics, engagement, futurelearn, instructionalDesign, lurker, MOOC, participation, PLENK
Well, It's week 9 of Rhizo14 (or week 3 of the after party of rhizo14, depending on how you look at it.) Last week we had a discussion on de-mobing teachers (I guess enabling teachers to not teach to the test?). To be honest I lurked a bit last week on facebook since the day job, the other work obligations, the DML conference (which was awesome!) and subsequent weekend food poisoning
NMC Day 1: session overview
This blog post might be long...but what the heck, a long post every now and again is OK ;-). These are my thoughts on Sessions that I attended. Some were great...and some not so much (they had potential but did not deliver) Digital Badges on Campus: More than Just a GameWith: Mike Soupios, Danielle Mirliss, Thomas McGee from Seton Hall University This was my first session of the day,
NMC12: day 1 highlights part 1
This year the New Media Consortium conference was held in Boston and hosted by MIT, so it was a good opportunity to attend given that it is my own back yard. In this post, I don't plan to recount blow by blow each session, but rather post what seemed most interesting about each. In the welcome keynot was made by Joichi Ito, the MIT media lab director, and the topic was on innovation in open networks