Yesterday, I dove into a new MOOC called Teach the Web started by Mozilla and created by a Webmaker Mentor Community of people around the world who are determined and passionate about helping people be empowered to “CREATE the web, rather than just consume it.”
They have a great intro video (that WordPress won’t let me embed) here:
I love the course motto: “Let’s teach the world the web.…
Congratulations to University of Texas at Arlington’s (UTA) Dr. Peggy Semingson and Dr. Pete Smith for receiving the 2013 International Distance Learning Awards, presented by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA).
USDLA grants international awards …… Continue reading →
On the first Wednesday of each month a bunch of fantastic educators get together on twitter for a chat about Genius Hour. The past two chats have been amazing! We had a lot of experienced #geniushour teachers and a lot of newbies too!…
Thank you Faculty eCommons Community—your votes landed us on EdTech’s Dean’s List for higher education blogs!
EdTech released its second annual collection of the top 50 higher education blogs, The 2013 Dean’s List: 50 Must-Read Higher …… Continue reading →
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Incuriosita, cerco informazioni su Arturo Filastò e sui suoi interessi; trovo questo video del 2012 la cui visione consiglio nella sua interezza, tuttavia specifico l’intervento di Filastò ==> 38:53 sul GlobalLeaks,
So far in 2013, while on sabbatical, I’ve actively participated in two MOOCs (Massive, Open, Online Courses): the OU course on Open Education, and ETMOOC (Educational Technology and Media MOOC). The latter was one of the best educational and professional development experiences I have ever had.…