#MOOC for development report #ict4D. Finally the inspirational and informative report of Massive Open Online Courses for Development (MOOC4D) is published by the Penn University, and it can be downloaded here (link I got at first was not working, so added a new indirect link.
Once I have retrieved the official link I will put that one in). The panel discussions are also available online here. Flipped instruction, MOOCs seen as leading education innovation. Skip to main content Browse All Briefs by Topic Flipped instruction, MOOCs seen as leading education innovation Forward to a friend 01/31/2014 | Edudemic Flipped instruction and massive open online courses were two of the top education technology trends of 2013, according to Hardik Parikh, co-founder of PracTutor.
Freire, MOOCs and Pedagogy of the Oppressed. January 12, 2014 by jennymackness An email notification of a forthcoming conference at the University of Central Lancashire (uclan) – Paulo Freire and Transformative Education: changing lives and transforming communities (28th April -1st May 2014), prompted me to take my copy of ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ off the bookshelf and remind myself of its contents.
It is quite a while since I read the book and thumbing through it again, I am surprised to see how many pages, paragraphs, sentences and phrases I have marked – particularly since these marked sections seem to be even more relevant now than they were then. The conference caught my eye for two reasons: Moodle MOOC 3 in February 2014: Online Course. Course Description Moodle MOOC 3 will start on February 1, and end on February 28, 2014 on WizIQ (click here to acces the course) and the list of presentations (dates, times, presenters, topics, descriptions, live online sessions, and recordings).
The MOOC will focus on connecting online for collaborative learning and teaching through Moodle. The live presentations will include the speakers’ reflective process on teaching and learning in fully online and blended learning formats. Online Education and MOOC. Witter / Recherche - #mooc... 10 of the World's Best Storytellers.
The accidental technologist » Blog Archive » Connectivism: Theory or Phenomenon? Posted by Wayne Barry | Filed under Learning, Pedagogy, Technology.
Is Connectivism a New Learning Theory. Here is my response to Connectivism: Theory or Phenomenon.
Interesting points and observation. There are lots of empirical evidence in support of Connectivism, only that I still haven’t got the time to consolidate all of the research findings. My involvement of number of researches did reveal certain areas where the previous learning theories fell short in its explanation, especially in the areas where emergent, self-oganised and self-determined learning (Heutagogy) did occur.
12 Quick Tips To Search Google Like An Expert. If you’re like me, you probably use Google many times a day.
But chances are, unless you're a technology geek, you probably still use Google in its simplest form. If your current use of Google is limited to typing in a few words and changing your query until you find what you’re looking for, then I’m here to tell you that there’s a better way -- and it’s not hard to learn. On the other hand, even if you are a technology geek and can use Google like the best of them already, I still suggest you bookmark this article of advanced Google search tips. Then, you’ll then have the tips on hand when you're ready to pull your hair out in frustration watching a neophyte repeatedly type in basic queries in a desperate attempt to find something.
The Top 20 Most Popular LMS Software Solutions. Learning management systems are used by academic institutions and companies to manage, track, and deliver courses and training programs. One of the fastest growing software sectors over the last decade, it is now a billion dollar plus industry with hundreds of competing offerings. Below is a look the most popular options as measured by a combination of their total number of customers, active users, and online presence. In order to see a comprehensive list, please visit our LMS Software Directory .
Read more about how we performed our research: Top LMS Software Solutions Infographic Embed this image on your site: <a href=" target="_blank"><img width="640" height="1958" border="0" alt="The Top 20 Most Popular LMS Software Solutions" src=" /></a><br /><p>© 2012 <a href=" Inc. #CFHE12 #Oped12 MOOC Emerging as Landscape of Change and Learning Platform Part 6- A Network Ecology. Stephen Downes relates to this post on MOOCs as networks.
Stephen says: What gets me is that he apparently has *no idea* that we’ve been doing MOOCs as networks for 4 years, and indeed that MOOCs *originated* as networks Hi You have mentioned it in 2007 as I had cited in my post here in that MOOCs as networks, and YES, indeed that MOOCs originated as networks, and “we” continued as networks with networked learning. HTML5 Game Development Course (CS 255) When does the course begin?
This class is self paced. You can begin whenever you like and then follow your own pace. It’s a good idea to set goals for yourself to make sure you stick with the course. College Is Dead. Long Live College! Problem accessing /ka3jto. Reason: Could not initialize class fm.see.model.ShortUrl$ Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com. 500 - Comodo IceDragon. Seesmic has been acquired by HootSuite and as of March 2013, the Seesmic website is no longer supported.
But HootSuite welcomes all Seesmic users into our nest! Here’s how you can start using HootSuite today. Making the transition to HootSuite: Getting started is easy. Just click the button below or learn more about HootSuite here. #Oped12 #MOOC Have people really understood what a great MOOC would look like. What does a great MOOC look like from learners’ perspective? Through reading this post on MOOC, it seems to me that the principal pedagogy of instructivism with a sage on the stage (with one SUPER PROFESSOR) teaching in a MOOC is emphasised in the x MOOCs.
Isn’t that the way most people are perceiving the x MOOCs (or the super MOOCs) too? Ideally, Udacity and other MOOC providers will help strip away all the distractions of higher education — the brand, the price and the facilities — and remind all of us that education is about learning. In addition to putting downward pressure on student costs, it would be nice if MOOCs put upward pressure on teaching quality. Read more: I think people might have got the whole ideas of MOOC too much relying on “teaching quality” alone. Online learning group hears from MOOC pioneer. ORLANDO -- The men and women who attend the Sloan Consortium's annual meeting have been toiling in the fields of online learning for many years, so they could be forgiven for having a wee bit of skepticism (if not resentment) about "MOOC mania," the hubbub of hyper-attention that has been paid in recent months to the massive open online courses developed by Harvard, MIT, Stanford and other elite universities.
"MOOCS will change the world and make the rest of higher education obsolete. Hyper-prestigious universities are driving all the change. Umm, I don't think so, folks," Jack Wilson, president emeritus of the University of Massachusetts system and Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Innovation at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, said during the conference's opening plenary Wednesday afternoon. "They're certainly not the first movers; they're not even the fast followers," he added, to applause from some in the audience. Explanation: How Brain Training Can Make You Significantly Smarter. Postgraduate study. Online Courses from the World's Experts. Coursera.org. EdX. Reflections on open courses. UPDATE: The final research report is available: The MOOC Model for Digital Practice.
NEW READING OPPORTUNITIES IN MOOCDOM ~ CDL Projects. #MOOCMOOC Learning in MOOCs. #MOOC MOOC Some reflections on MOOC. MOOCs are really a platform. We can officially declare massive open online courses (MOOCs) as the higher education buzzword for 2012. Between Coursera, edX and smaller open course offerings, nearly $100 million in funding has been directed toward MOOCs in that past 8 months.
Newspapers from NYTimes to Globe and Mail to publications such as the Chronicle of Higher Education, TV programs such as NPR, radio programs such as CBC, and a few hundred thousand blog posts have contributed to the hype. Research into MOOC. Are we touching the nerves of MOOC. MOOCs have become the headlines for many newspapers and perhaps the hot topics in 2012 to-date. This online learning revolution provides the background of this debate. “MOOCs – a rapidly growing phenomenon launched around a year ago in the US, whereby prestigious universities such as Harvard make selected courses available over the internet to absolutely anybody around the world for free.” What are the nerves of MOOCs, or the xMOOCs? MOOC and its value. What made MOOC attractive. Even MORE MOOC MOOC MOOC! Chronicle article explains the business model.
What makes the difference – with the different MOOCs. What theory best supports Future Education and Learning. #MOOCMOOC Connectivism – Putting theory into practice. More reflections on MOOCs and MITx. George Siemens on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Letter to Canadian Universities. What is a MOOC? Cursos Masivos en Línea (MOOC)