The term, open, is so wide that by searching for content for this blog post, I have stumbled upon so many pages with many different understanding and applying of the term. There are, among others, pages on open education, open sources, open and free resources, open databases and free sites for publishing and sharing.…
After nearly two years of intense study, scholarship and research, my dissertation The Evolution & Impact of the Massive Open Online Course has been published to ProQuest (though I am sharing it via Scribd, as ProQuest is not always the easiest for open access).…
In fact, I am much more likely to share than to simply observe.
I think it is because my change, the change that happens around me, is something that I feel very deeply.…
Above is the overview for Week 1. The emphasis for this week was to remind them that this course…… Continue reading
Now that our 7 weeks of #flemingblends has finished I have time to complete and post about our weeks…… Continue reading
I’ve joined CLMOOC, and the first two tasks are underway:
to create a how to as a way of introducing ourselves, and
2. to create a list.
This is my attempt to do both at the same time. I propose here a list of approaches to studying cMOOCs, such as CLMOOC and Rhizo14.… Continue reading
Following +Trey Boden‘s share of his “Go Bag,” or what gear he carries around with him, I’ll share my own gear that I have with me in my DT manpurse, with an eye on FUSE14 and ISTE2014. These are the things I find useful while traveling and/or conferencing:
|My Go Bag|
…not something to make a habit of. OLDaily or Weekly is easy to subscribe to for yourself. This is a sample and an experiment
Nice news on the patent front.
At one time or another, most of us have been disappointed by the caliber of the questions students ask in class, online, or in the office. Many of them are such mundane questions: “Will material from the book be on the exam?” “How long should the paper be?” “Can we use Google to find references?” “Would you repeat what you just said?