Collaborators in Learning: First Week of EduMOOC
I finished my first week with EduMOOC and have some initial thoughts. I have not been able to devote large chunks of time, but have certainly followed the conversations and reviewed the resources made available.
Fred Bartel's #1 Learning Objective For EduMOOC
adVancEducation: Orienting and declaring in eduMOOC 2011
The concept of MOOC really appeals to me as a way to organize learning. It apparently appeals to others as well, judging from how so many sign up for them. When MOOCs are announced, the news spreads across overlapping PLNs like a swarm of locusts and thousands are attracted like moths to a flame.
edumooc: Treats, Tweets, and Tweaks
Yesterday was the first live panel discussion - we are holding them every Thursday ineduMOOC - and it was fun to pull together good people from different parts of my profession. The recording is available online: http://goo.gl/CzfLO
I would never do an 'academic writing' mooc, nor would i do one for beginning singing. Some things need lots of feedback and guidance because there's a very well established “RIGHT WAY” that you should understand before you go breaking the .... 3 Responses to “MOOCs as ecologies ? or ? why i work on MOOCs”. MOOCs support inefficient learning…and that's the point ≪ Connexions says: June 27, 2011 at 7:56 pm. [...] Update 6/27: Dave Cormier's blog post on MOOCs as ecologies. ...