Fabrizio Bartoli, Lucia Bartolotti organize a discussion of the cMOOC ltis13

10 week connectivist MOOC, #itis13, on Internet Learning Technologies, language learning focus, closes but continues by collective decision to go on as a community. That seems to be both hallmark and natural evolution of some successful MOOCs. The #ETMOOC post course reading group comes to mind. It also suggests a natural affinity with communities of practice

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Learning2gether Episode 166

Fabrizio Bartoli, Lucia Bartolotti, Claude Almansi, Luisella Mori and others discuss their recent cMOOC ltis13

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Recording in Bb Collaborate / Elluminate http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/

What?

Fabrizio Bartoli, Lucia Bartolotti, Claude Almansi, Luisella Mori, and 480 others recently participated in a MOOC, more specifically a “cMOOC” (as described here )

Lucia writes: “Our ten-week cMOOC has just closed, with the collective decision to go on as a community, with new group initiatives springing out of it.

The creator of the cMOOC is professor Andreas Formiconi, from University of Florence and IUL-Italian University Line, which is a partnership of four Universities offering online courses to teachers.

A few interesting figures about the success of the cMOOC can be read here; those of you who can…

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