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about 3 hours ago

In today’s episode, Doug McKee joins me to share about online courses. His Introduction to Econometrics class is taught about as close to an in-person as you can get, but without being bound by geographic barriers. We weren’t lowering the price, but…

about 6 hours ago

Community is curriculum, content is people #MoocMooc #Rhizo15 https://t.co/Lld4CshncX

— Sarah Honeychurch (@NomadWarMachine) February 10, 2016

about 6 hours ago

Warning: Triffid invasion - all in the name of Science https://t.co/3EhKyUHReG via @taniatorikova #science #library #displays

— MHS Library (@melbhslibrary) February 11, 2016

about 13 hours ago

Many teachers first hear the word pedagogy when they enter graduate school. Until then, we are surrounded by it — we see it being modeled, enacted, and refined by our teachers — but we don’t talk about it explicitly. The term is foreign, as Cathy Da…

about 19 hours ago

Writing Interest Group (WIG) are meeting for the first time this year #writing #students #cocurricula pic.twitter.com/xjeB4aWphP

— MHS Library (@melbhslibrary) February 12, 2016

Feb 11, 16

I read a fascinating article on knowledge sharing and co-creation, and think it is quite timely for #5Papers: 1/ I read Hara & Sanfilippo (2016) Co-constructing controversy: Content analysis of collaborative knowledge negotiation in online communiti…

Feb 11, 16

Join Digital Pedagogy Lab and Hybrid Pedagogy from January 25 – February 12, 2016 for a meta-MOOC about instructional design. via Pocket
Instructional design should be more than just "monkey see, monkey do, monkey hit submit." @slamteacher https://t.co/LltLRMTQaw #moocmooc

  • “today most students of online courses are more users than learners … the majority of online learning basically asks humans to behave like machines.”
  • This comes out of the fact that most online courses today are written around instructional design principles, which in turn were written around research in computer-aided instruction (CAI).
  • The relationship fostered by instructional design is not one of learner to learning, it’s one of learner (or, more to the point, student) to mechanized instruction.

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Feb 11, 16

w/o opening img app @davecormier not thinking abt #rhizo16—❝I can whup this bear or my name isn't Werner Herzog❞ https://t.co/nRYuna2Bo2

— VanessaVaile (@VanessaVaile) February 6, 2016
@davecormier thinks. via Pocket

Feb 11, 16

you rock @sensor63! Go ahead push it! #rhizo16 rising! via Pocket

Feb 11, 16

"Teachers now need to wake up to the fact that they don’t teach subjects, they teach people." says @timbuckteeth #rhizo16 #moocmooc

— Sarah Honeychurch (@NomadWarMachine) February 11, 2016

Feb 11, 16

@sensor63 @NomadWarMachine @dogtrax @EatcherVeggies @onewheeljoe @Maha4Learning As all dear readers say: I will... pic.twitter.com/DRQntwTuS9

— Terry Elliott (@telliowkuwp) February 6, 2016

Feb 11, 16

@dogtrax @davecormier @cogdog @jimgroom @Bali_Maha @Jessifer #rhizo16 pic.twitter.com/hgWTkAwUrG

— Simon Ensor (@sensor63) February 3, 2016

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