#LTMOOC16 Technology to enhance

For the Beyond The Next Button MOOC from Curatr we are asked to research some technology and share about it. This is good as, to be honest, without being MADE to do it, I would have read some stuff and moved on. I wouldn't have truly got involved.  Periscope I enjoyed reading about Periscope, for... Continue Reading →

Outstanding MOOC gate blog

This is a blog piece which are some reflective thoughts and also the "end of level gate" to complete in order to move on with the Outstanding MOOC I'm attending. The technology part of MOOCs, and any activity, is what distracts when is not working well. It gets in the way of learning, conversing, deeper... Continue Reading →

Outstanding MOOC – initial thoughts

I've dipped in and out of the "How to Create an Outstanding MOOC" online course today and am enjoying and learning from the content and interactions so far. Don't worry, I probably won't blog after every time I've jumped into the contents, but I think the first effort gives some of the freshest thinking: The word "MOOC"  It's an... Continue Reading →

MOOC participation – annoying or learning?

I'm working through the free Curatr Digital Curation mini MOOC (Massive Online Open Course), put together by Sam Burrough and Martin Couzins. I've been busy with work, as have most others I'm sure, and got to the content later than the goody-two-shoes-geeky-teacher's-pet that I would normally like. I was looking at it on my iPad, whilst relaxing on the sofa... Continue Reading →

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