March 7, 2012
Change11 - Week 26 in India
Just an update so people know what's happening with the course - Stephen is in India at the moment and not really able to organize things. George and Dave are on their way to India as well or soon to follow. This week's guest, Grainne Conole, is also in transit and will end up in India as well. We're all participating in the EdgeX conference in New Delhi.
The conference is being webcast live, there's a Google Group, and as well there's a ton of resources. This course, and connectivist courses in general, are among the topic of the conference. So for those of you in Change11 following along, we recommend you follow this conference as this week's theme - join the discussion, follow the Twitter list, and take part online.
As you explore EdgeX, reflect on how prepared you are to take advantage of an online event like this as a result of your participation in Change11.
This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the change11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.
MOOC and schools
This week I answer to a survey of Liz, and the month of January I answered to another survey. Always will be hard to explain Mooc, because everyone wants answers that are similar to the responses of old research. The questions are also very similar to the known research.Today I'm reflecting with readings of my friends Mooc. I read the Siemens that people still fall within Change11 but few are writing.After the CCK11 felt immense freedom in letting go my thinking on the .... [Link]
Week 22: Pierre Levy, The IEML Philosophy
richde, The Georgia Tech MOOC
Week 22: Pierre Levy Pierre Levy: The IEML Philosophy This week in #Change we are pleased to have Pierre Levy join us as a facilitator. Dr. Levy’s work is significant – having introduced “collective intelligence” in 1994 and largely anticipating tools like Wikipedia and distributed … Continue reading → [Link]
Tue, 06 Mar 2012 18:56:23 +0000
Week 23: Tom Reeves: Educational Research
richde, The Georgia Tech MOOC
Week 23: Tom Reeves Educational Technology that Matters to Practitioners: The Promise of Educational Design Research This week, Tom Reeves will be facilitating a session on Educational Technology that Matters to Practitioners: The Promise of Educational Design Research. The weekly introduction … Continue reading → [Link]
Tue, 06 Mar 2012 18:59:58 +0000
Week 24: Geetha Narayanans, Slow Learning
richde, The Georgia Tech MOOC
Week 24: Geetha Narayanan This week, we are pleased to welcome Geetha Narayanan to the #Change11 stage. Geetha is the Founder-Director of the Srishti School of Art Design and Technology and its sister institution, the Mallya Aditi International School. She has dedicated her … Continue reading → [Link]
Tue, 06 Mar 2012 19:03:16 +0000
Week 25: Stephen Downes Knowledge, Learning and Community
richde, The Georgia Tech MOOC
Knowledge, Learning and Community: Elements of Effective Learning Recording from Stephen Downes’s presentation delivered to Change 11 Online Course, Moncton, via Blackboard Collaborate. week25 [Slides] [Audio] Elluminate Recording] Week 25: Stephen Downes This week we welcome Stephen Downes to the #Change11 open … Continue reading → [Link]
Tue, 06 Mar 2012 19:10:09 +0000
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Vast Lurker and No-lurker Participation in Open Online Courses: MOCCs and the AI Stanford like courses respectively.
343 - osvaldo rodriguez, March 6, 2012.
Thanks for this analysis, Osvaldo, it's making me sit back and think, which I appreciate.
I have some trouble with using the stats on visits to a mooc home page as a basis for tracking participation. In #change11 or #cck12, for example, I rarely visit the course home page because my primary source of information comes to me by email in The Daily. Therefore, I don't *need* the course website unless I want to check out the course outline or something, which I might only do once a month.
In my opinion, the phenomena of lurking and participating are particularly difficult to track when participants might be consuming and applying the knowledge in more private ways (e.g., internal websites or SharePoint at work, keeping written notes on paper, sending emails to friends, etc.) I think we also have to ask ourselves why tracking even matters and to whom it
Wisdom of the Masses and Course Creation
106 - Multilitteratus Incognitus, March 6, 2012.
Thanks for this question, AK. As part of my instructional design role a few years ago, I was part of a working group responsible for test-driving an LMS to see if it would be a good fit for a large organization (over 25,000 users).
Sadly, we did not have our business requirements fully fleshed out when we started. That would have been quite helpful. We learned that the LMS (Saba) could do just about anything we wanted it to do and could be customized and configured to the nth degree. It was quite overwhelming in terms of options.
The knowledge and skills necessary for an instructional designer using and/or evaluating an LMS will vary, depending on the scope of the job and the system used. For example, is the designer developing content inside the LMS (I believe Desire2Learn does this) or is the content developed in other software (Word, PowerPoint, Captivate, other) and then loaded into the LMS? Is the designer or someone else doing the loading? A short list of knowledge ....
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tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 On research into MOOC -Some interesting thoughts on Open research @scoopit http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T06:07:10Z@eddebainbridge
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 Autonomy in Networked Learning and Connectivism @scoopit http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T06:16:47Z@cued_
tweeted: RT @lgaretio: #Change11 #CCK12 On research into MOOC http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T07:38:03Z@Gruenabc
tweeted: RT @NicolaAvery: If You’re Human, You’re a Slow Learner #change11 http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T09:02:47Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: #openeducationwk Webinar starts in 15 min: Martin Weller, Patrick McAndrew, Sandra Wills http://t.co/1fcfDUMh #change11 #OERu #Open # 2012-03-07T09:16:13Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: #openeducationwk Links: http://t.co/D8CQXogg #change11 #CCK12 #OERu #Open #HigherEd #Edtech # 2012-03-07T09:18:56Z@Seducla_Informa
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 Are there gaps in digital generations? http://t.co/D2RYifJH… #SEDUCLA #Venezuela #UniVe # 2012-03-07T01:56:33Z@KellyABurton
tweeted: Anyone familiar with Instructure Canvas? #change11 http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T03:35:41Z@steelemaley
tweeted: @monk51295 recent moocs I appreciate #change11 http://t.co/G15aE2SE and #cck11 http://t.co/AEEjR2WP cc:@ 2012-03-07T03:41:27Z@lgaretio
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 On research into MOOC http://t.co/ 2012-03-06T15:26:52Z@kukharenko
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 On research into MOOC http://t.co/jv5KE6Wp via @suifaijohnmak # 2012-03-06T20:12:06Z@kukharenko
tweeted: #change11 Definitory Power on MOOCs http://t.co/bLzozjT0 # 2012-03-06T20:14:38Z@kukharenko
tweeted: Learning goal and teaching goal #change11 http://t.co/fVYIVNND # 2012-03-06T20:18:48Z@rucsb
tweeted: RT @DirtOnData: RT @gsiemens A New post: MOOCs for the win! http://t.co/bdRw43Ld #change11 # 2012-03-06T20:46:56Z@lernys
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 MOOC – Critical Reflection | Learner Weblog http://t.co/vTO4yUGB vía @downes # 2012-03-06T21:29:45Z@Sally_Keely
tweeted: #change11 I Tracking MOOC participators vs lurkers per http://t.co/nIVtvw1b is impossible since we may interact w/ mats in nonstandard 2012-03-06T23:43:23Z@susangautsch
tweeted: The social capital of accreditation in higher education (#change11) | @scoopit http://t.co/ 2012-03-06T23:49:33Z@susangautsch
tweeted: The social capital of accreditation in higher education (#change11) - Via Scoop.it - HigherEd: Disrupted or... http://t.co/ 2012-03-06T23:49:36Z@NicolaAvery
tweeted: If You’re Human, You’re a Slow Learner #change11 http://t.co/ 2012-03-07T00:02:46Z@C21U
tweeted: RT @VanessaVaile: #MOOC/s Potential to Democratize #HigherEd. Big names = big draw. Threat 2 tradition? http://t.co/CrkB2hic # 2012-03-06T16:50:23Z@bugaychuk
tweeted: #Change11 #CCK12 On research into MOOC | Learner Weblog http://t.co/Rw4s6FBY via @addthis # 2012-03-06T19:40:30Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: Prof. James C Taylor: "The OER university: Enabling universal access to #HigherEd"
http://t.co/CYjmyQWW #openeducationwk #change11 # 2012-03-06T18:35:13Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: Good blog (@fredgarnett): “Adaptive Institutions working across Collaborative Networks” http://t.co/CYjmyQWW #openeducationwk # 2012-03-06T18:33:35Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: Free Webinar: "Enabling universal access to higher education via openness & collaboration?" http://t.co/1fcfDUMh #openeducationwk # 2012-03-06T11:31:32Z@mark_mcguire
tweeted: Free Open Ed Webinar (George Siemens, Anthony Camilleri, Gabi Witthaus) 4 Hrs from now: http://t.co/1fcfDUMh #change11 # 2012-03-06T11:34:20Z@cristobalsuarez
tweeted: Half an Hour: What a MOOC Does - #Change11 http://t.co/ 2012-03-06T12:14:12Z@tecnologia_edu
tweeted: Learning goal and teaching goal #change11 @jaapsoft2 http://t.co/ 2012-03-06T15:05:15Z