MOOC

This summer, NWP is facilitating the Connected Learning MOOC. You might be wondering ... should I join? Use this flowchart to make your decision. (Hint: all roads lead to "yes.) Now, come join us at the MOOC: http://blog.nwp.org/clmooc/
 I am very excited about the new "Making Learning Connected" MOOC (#clmooc) that starts next week on June 15. There is a fabulous team of folks facilitating this MOOC (and also me), and I think we are all guaranteed to learn a lot. If you haven't participated in a MOOC before or want to learn more about making things or connected learning, this is a great opportunity. Everyone is warmly welcomed...
(This is pulled from my blog) The other day, a companion in the Teach the Web MOOC shared out a feature in Firefox that I didn’t even know existed. It allows you to get a 3D view of a website. Check out these two screenshots that I took of my blog site: What is amazing is that this tool is right in Firefox itself. No add-ons or anything. Here’s how Michelle explained it: “Use Firefox. Go to any...
Oh Snap, it's been a month!? My, oh my, how the time flies. I won't make excuses for myself, I'll just tell you what's going on in my world. There's a lot of stuff, and there's no way I can cover all of it in my scribble of reflections, so if you are looking for more information, comment or contact me! Train the Trainer Back in January, we tested a couple of train the trainer related things,...
Keywords: MOOC
On August 12, 2012, Hybrid Pedagogy, a digital journal of teaching and technology, will host a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) designed to look carefully at this new pedagogical approach. The course is made possible by partnerships with the Writing and Communication Program at Georgia Tech and the English and Digital Humanities program at Marylhurst. With the recent news about the MIT and...
Keywords: resources, MOOC, SXSWEdu
In March 2012, my colleague Chris Fosen and I attended and presented at SXSWedu. Now that it is summer, I have some time to collect my notes and share thoughts with the Digital Is community. You may also be interested in submitting your ideas, classroom practices, or research for a SXSWedu panel for 2013. The Panel Picker should open in August 2012. Below, I share links, summaries of a few...
I'm not quite sure what I'll be teaching this Fall, but I am sure that I want to make my classroom look and feel more like ds106 and Camp Magic MacGuffin. What is DS106? DS106 is a now-legendary digital media production and story-telling course and nascent MOOC offered by its organizers and the University of Mary Washington that enrolls both university undergraduates and an online cohort of opt-...

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