What are we doing differently in #change11?
Each time we’ve offered an open online course, we’ve experimented with the technologies and the format. CCK08 was our first attempt and The Daily was quickly determined - by course attendees - to be vital. In CCK09, we started messing around a bit with the weekly format and we held several online conferences in place of weekly activities. With EdFtures and LAK11, we used Drupal and...
How to participate in an open online course
The first few weeks of an open online course are the most disorienting. As a learner, you approach the course with expectations that have been defined by previous learning experiences. You look for readings, you look for the discussion space, and you look to the instructor to detail the content that you need to learn and how you will be evaluated. Let go of those expectations. An open online...
Getting Reading for an open online course...
We’re kicking off a new open online course: Change. The course will include facilitated sessions from innovative educators and will run ~35 weeks. If you’re interested, you can sign up here: Register for #change11. Instead of using my existing blogs, I’ll give tumblr a try. The service seems to be getting a huge amount of attention, most of it positive. The videos and...
Strength in Numbers: How Does Data-Driven... →
Apparently, organizations that use analytics are more productive. Rather obvious, I guess. The obvious question: Are organizations that use analytics more or less creative?
Connectivism | Scoop.it →
A curated list of resources related to connectivism
College in Crisis →
I haven’t totally bought into all of the speculation about solutions to the college crisis…if anything, I think the changes facing higher education will actually make the discussion around disruption irrelevant.
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Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day: Peepel →