Category Archives: MOOC

Blobby Thoughts on MOOCs

Of late I have been pondering how different learning communities behave and about valid ways of describing their dimensions and attributes.  Here’s this morning’s idea, refined over lunch time chips with ever patient colleagues. Here’s my question: is a MOOC more like a … Continue reading

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Learning Life 2014 begins

And we’re off…this week has seen for me the start of 2 study adventures “Practice Based Research in Educational Technology” (30 OU Masters Credits) and the first week and a half of Coursera’s “Future of (mostly) Higher Education“.  My head … Continue reading

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Across the Steep – of MOOCs and Skiing

  I’ve enjoyed a most excellent time in Morzine skiing.  My long-suffering-friends have endured me waxing lyrically over vin chaud, as I didn’t quite manage to leave my education hat at Uni.   I couldn’t help but draw analogies between … Continue reading

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Equivalence and a PetchaKucha Challenge

This weekend has seen me happily engaged in the creation of a PetchaKucha (my first!) I’ve seen 1 “live” and watched one online ….here’s the recipe I’ve used to work up a draft… Work out that I need about an … Continue reading

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While behind catchup()

Shirley Williams has been providing some excellent behind the scenes posts for #flmobigame which I have been enjoying immensely.  Musing on Shirley’s posts I realise that I am now both an example of the degree owning student AND the one … Continue reading

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Going 3 sides round a rectangle

What a glorious idea FutureLearn – to construct courses on the basis of 4 hours study a week – I need something to do now that The Great British BakeOff has ended and I still have a slight Post H817 … Continue reading

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