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I’ve been an irregular visitor to my own blog, just popping in to redirect mail.

You can now find me here: Digital Education or here: Angela Towndrow
After a wonderful MOOCing adventure in edcMOOC in 2013, I became an eager participant in lots of other moocs, a way to expediate my self education in online learning.
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Stuff from all over the place: #edcMOOC Artefacts

What edcMOOC represented to me, before the course began

Videoscribe: What edcMOOC looked like to me
My intro video for etMOOC
Tweetchat Survey
Animation Software – Powered by GoAnimate.
Always On: What is lost. Week 2
Digital Storytelling: Wow, We’ve Been Glassed

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Spimal tap: harnessing blogjects of the future to save the world!

Much as “spime” and “blogject” sound like pretty out there concepts, I think it is more a matter of application of technology to some already established concepts which report data in real time and broadcast to a wider audience. Some of us created a list of blogjects to add to the choking pigeons.

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WOW! They’ve glassed us!

A Day Made of Glass is horrific vision for the future. Corning’s dystopic fantasy puts us in a glass prison, for profit. Screened off and distanced from real world experiences and genuine issues like biodiversity loss, deforestation, resource depletion and climate change, the take home message is WOW!…

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Sync or Sink? A digital tale about syncing with my fraingers and other MOOCers

The latest etMOOC adventure is digital storytelling. I tried 6 photos instead of 6 words. It actually only needs that  last image, the rest are pretty dull, but they are part of the story. The final one really says it all, I took it this week while exploring some of the issues I am encountering with connectivism.…
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Don’t let the brown eyes fool you. Inbox: more than a love story.

Such a feelgood film to watch, pretty girl, awkward guy, a chance encounter, a twist of fate, simple, delicious visuals, uplifting music and a happy ending. This film has many layers, and I don’t believe there is much about the production and storyline that is accidental.
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Our Chemical Selves: The Biology of Connectivism

 Connectivist Learning: course Prerequisites: 

your own device, internet connection, oxytocin and adrenaline

This is my last post before the edcMOOC course starts tomorrow. Through this blog, I’ve been living out the connectivist experience of not one, but two MOOCS, both which are experimental in the connectivist “genre”.…
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