MOOC Experiences – my storytelling approach using WordPress and Twitter
I will continue to use WordPress and Twitter as my chosen social media tools for reflecting on my MOOC learning. I have enjoyed my experiences as a MOOC student in several courses, and I am looking forward to those to come. It was apparent to me from the beginning, however, that
Week 2 – Know Thyself | Learned a lot about Descartes, but more about myself
The last time that I studied Descartes was over 50 years ago. In those days books with assigned readings were put on reserve in the library, and students had to sign up for a time slot in order to read them. When the appointed hour arrived
Week 4 #edcmooc | I would like to add some more RAM to my brain!
After last week’s focus on how computers seem to be becoming more and more human, we considered efforts to remodel the human in Week 4 of #edcmooc. It is true that in recent years we are hearing about
Week 2 #edcmooc | Will we be buried in a sparkling mound of glass shards?
In Week 2 we are thinking about the future of our technology-driven world. As I started thinking about metaphors, I realized that I had used one in my post for Week 1 #edcmooc.
Week 1 #edcmooc | Utopia or dystopia?
I am so glad that I prepared for eLearning and Digital Cultures by visiting the Wayback Machine and putting together a timeline of my history as an educator using the Web!
The day of reckoning has arrived and – I choose … both! #edcmooc #introphil
My two Coursera MOOCs from the University of Edinburgh, Introduction to Philosophy and E-Learning and Digital Cultures, are now open, and they are BOTH fascinating.