Diving Deep and Flying High

vhaustudent

I have created a personal blog with the express intention to share my ongoing experiences, observations, comments, and thoughtful ramblings as I participate in a unique seminar course (based on change11) as a Distance Education student at Athabasca University. [HTML] [XML] Last Updated: 2012-02-16T09:54:35.278-0

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Crowdsourcing: Ingenuity or pure laziness?
vhaustudent, Diving Deep and Flying High, Oct 04, 2011
In #change 11 we are being challenged to examine collective learning with a focus on how we learn. As one who comes from the business sector and not that of the academic sector, I can't help but synthesis how this applies within my given context. Many companies have turned to crowdsourcing in their research and development of products or services. I have seen numerous academics do likewise (although they have not called it "crowdsourcing"). Crowdsourcing is defined by ... 2011-10-04T08:37:00.000-04:00 [Comment]

New Beginnings
vhaustudent, Diving Deep and Flying High, Sept 27, 2011
I initially started a blog elsewhere but after much deliberation, I have decided to be more vigilant in concealing my identity in order to protect my family. I will follow-up later on this decision in a subsequent blog but for now, here is what I initially wrote on September 13, 2011... Today is a day of beginnings... I just completed my first synchronous meeting with my professor and peers for the new course at Athabasca University's (AU) Distance Education program. I began my ... 2011-09-20T22:10:00.004-04:00 [Comment]

Why?
vhaustudent, Diving Deep and Flying High, Sept 27, 2011
I have created this blog with the express intention to share my ongoing experiences, observations, comments, and thoughtful ramblings as I participate in a unique seminar course as a Distance Education student at Athabasca University. 2011-09-20T22:02:00.004-04:00 [Comment]


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