Take a look at the video, but let me outline a few of the highlights here:
- I made a slight change in the schedule for next week, so go take a look at that on the schedule page.
- More changes are soon coming because now I can firm up the schedule for the rest of the term.
- If you’re on Twitter, do a search for #edmooc to get a sense of what others are thinking/writing out there about this MOOC we’re all in. A couple of quick examples:
- Alex Reid, “The Monastic Academy #edmooc” and “why utopian/dystopian thinking is wrong-headed #edcmooc.”
- Mike Edwards, “#edcmooc Misgivings and Thanksgivings.”
- Chelsea L., “On (re)Mediation.” I include Chelsea’s post here because she Tweeted about it with the #edmooc tag.
- Speaking of which: Here’s the link to the Storify page I have been playing with that includes Tweets with the #edmooc tag. I am also need to add the other tag they want folks to use, #edcmooc. Oh, and here’s a link to Storify, which is a fun thing to play around with.
- Then there’s this class/MOOC of sorts which folks might also be interested in checking out: ds106 which is a Digital Storytelling MOOC that is actually using a lot of the software the folks in this MOOC are talking about as a final project kind of tool.
- Last but not least, the E-Learning and Digital Cultures folks have a previously recorded Google Hangout chat:
I haven’t watched it yet, but I’m sure it will be interesting watching at some point.
That’s it for now. More on Monday!