This isn’t summer camp

…doesn’t look much like MOOC Madness either but is central, at ;east to my perspective and that of the many without reliable. affordable high speed access. The assumption that goes with most ed tech ventures either presumes everyone has it or willfully ignores the reality that they do not. They point to institutional access available […]

just blogging about blogging

Alert: meta blogging ahead! This coming week is a blogging week on both #ETMOOC and Multi(literacies) MOOC. In addition to asking participants to blog and share feeds, Vance reactivated the Multiliteracies group blog on Posterous. Week 2 etM facilitator, Sue Waters posted, “Learning through blogging as part of a connectivist MOOC,” which she describes as, “more […]

Originally posted on Learningcreep:
In addition to POT Cert, I’ve enrolled on a few other MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). The first of which, entitled MOOC MOOC, takes a look at the phenomenon of MOOCs themselves…, naturally. And it was here, within the customary introduction stage of the course a reference by Kate Bowles @KateMfD …

Stories to TEL: MOOCs, what about them?

That about nails it. Enough said, but there’s still more worth reading, so please do. MOOCs have caught the public eye and not just those of education professionals. The reason is that potentially they change the game of higher education. Not just because some claim they will…but also because many fear or predict they will. So, […]

The Scoop on MOOCs | HASTAC

As if there weren’t already too many talking and writing and blogging and tweeting about MOOCs (not too mention seeing pie in the sky and dreaming not of sugar plums but Venture Capitalists). Seemingly natural partners with a clear elective affinity, HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Sciences and Technology Advanced Collaboratory) and “haystackers” had been regarding MOOCs with a […]

JEO: Call for Papers, January 2013 Issue

Journal of Educators OnlineCall for Papers, January 2013 Issue The Journal of Educators Online invites you to submit original papers in the broad area of computer-mediated learning† to include pedagogy, content, technical and organizational issues for the January 2013 issue. Published biannually (January and July), the Journal of Educators Online is an online peer review […]

Third Culture, week 4, really?

It’s Week 4 in  POT Cert but not everywhere in the electronic schoolyard. Other courses, are in other weeks. For example, Coursera’s Fantasy SF is in Week 10, the final week, essay on Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother due Tuesday. I’m not sure where CMC11 is, but students are blogging (Learning isn’t Linear and Neither is Living sure […]