Digital Literacy/Literacies 101: Doug Belshaw and #etmooc

Let’s begin exploring our quickly changing ideas about digital literacy by noting the various skills required to engage in a contemporary online learning experience: a live session (now available in an online archived version) on digital literacy/literacies led by Doug Belshaw for #etmooc, the Educational Technology and Media MOOC (Massive/Massively Open Online Course) organized by University of Regina professor of educational technology and media Alec Couros and others.

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MOOCed into Learning via #etmooc

I’ve been MOOCed. And it’s not as if I could have avoided it. I knew, as soon as I began exploring the topic of massive online open courses (MOOCs) in November 2012 with colleagues on the New Media Consortium (NMC) Advisory Board for the 2013 Higher Education Edition of the Horizon Report, that it would only be a matter of time before I stepped into the vortex and was completely immersed in learning more about the topic.…

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Playing with Prezi – The Plan for Learning

The Learning Plan for my EDCI 515 course through UVic Masters of Ed.  I will credit and thank S. Johnson for recognizing the researcher trait and the sharing tendency in me and inviting me on this journey with her.

With some help from Valerie Irvine and the #etmooc Blackboard session and some really great blogposts from Howard RheingoldRobin Good, and Beth Kanter, I feel like I’m on my way.…

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etmooc: Social bookmarking of sites behind a paywall

    Note: In this and future posts having specifically to do with my participation in etmooc (a massively open online course in educational technology), I will preface the posts with “etmooc,” so those readers not interested in educational technology stuff can ignore if they want!…

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Social Curation Socially

 

Bookmark Award Entries 2004 (c) Dublic City Public Libraries

During a recent workshop on using Instructure’s Canvas, we were discussing the web services that you can integrate with your account – things like Google Docs, Twitter, Delicious and Diigo. In looking at the list of possible integrations, one attendee asked, “What’s Delicious?”…

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ETMOOC – Twitter, Social Bookmarking, and Curating Content

Participated in two live sessions on the ETMOOC so far. Yesterday was a short session about Twitter and today we had a session on social bookmarking and content curation. The Twitter session was helpful – but mostly it talked about the tech side, which I’m already familiar with.…

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