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Intro to #etmooc

Hello MOOC!

I chose to make a screencast of myself in Minecraft to introduce myself. See that exciting effort below. I’m from Denver, CO and I’ve participated in a few open courses, including #change11, a constructivist MOOC. I’m excited to see how this course takes shape and I’m looking forward to learning with all of you.…

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ETMOOC Introduction

I’m Steve Flowers and here’s how you can build a mental model of my construct. Note for my 2 (or so) regular readers: I’m participating in #etmooc, a massively open online course for education technology and media. This is assignment 1.… Continue reading

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Reflections on the #etmooc orientation

I created a Storify collection of my favorite tweets and videos from the orientation session tonight. Below I’ve included the highlights of the highlights.

The digital citizenship discussion drew a lot of commentary. But I think the bit that struck me was Alec’s very aspirational goal: At the end of this MOOC, using what we’ve learned to actually DO something as a connected network.…

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Allow Me to Introduce Myself

I let myself get caught up with several of the new Google+ Communities over Christmas break. While I’ve mostly been seeing a lot of cross-posting by some of the bigger “ed tech” heavy-weights spamming opportunities and interesting articles across several communities (mostly good mind you), there have been a few bright points of conversation, most of them stemming from Steve Hargadon’s Education Revolution community.…

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Hubs of Syndication


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We are big on hubs here at the hub of CogDogBlog. In fact, well, let’s say I am writing something profound about networks and syndication, mainly because I am setting up and testing some blog syndication for Alec Couros’s ETMOOC due to blast off in mid January.…

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Building ETMOOC Twitter Syndication/Archive

I’m growing more and more and more and more (more?) interested in building out more syndication architectures like we have done in ds106, at a range of scales from te 600 feeds we crunch for ds106 to the 40 or so we did for the Project Community Class down to the 2 I do for my own self syndication.…

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Twitter

Today I am working on some strategies for incorporating Twitter into the course. The problem that needs thinking about is caused by the size of the class. The class is 550 students and they never all come together as a full group.…

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Look mom, I’m on a MOOC!

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As you know, lots of stuff about MOOCs runs on web. You can found good points here:  http://ow.ly/gKxo2 [1] and http://ow.ly/gKxsh [2].

We can put the big question on what are the pre-requisites for successfull planning and learning achievement in online education.

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Building the ETMOOC Blog Hub (part 1)


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I’m really getting the hang of setting up these FeedWordPress powered syndication sites- I wrote a few days ago about using this approach to create a twitter archive site for the ETMOOC site.…

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#ETMOOC – ET Calls home!

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Hello visitors!  This post is part of my new year’s resolution to become more active in my online communities.  I’ve joined a “MOOC” or if you have been hiding under a rock, what is known as a “Massive Online Open Course” on “ET” or “Educational Technology”.…

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syndicating 4127 posts from 513 #etmooc blogs