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Fernando Díaz del Castillo

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Frustrated with the #change11 RSS feed. Technical difficulties
nando, EdGeek #change11, Sept 30, 2011
I feel like I'm the only one having this problem, but it can't be. It's annoying and hinders my participation in the course. Us techies sometimes dismiss technical difficulties, but they can be a real obstacle. My current problem is that the participants blogs RSS has some serious problems that haven't been addressed: I read the feed through Google reader and get a snippet of the test in each blog. When I find something I want to read fully, I can't. ... Fri, 30 Sep 2011 06:41:48 PDT [Comment]

Synchronous meeting with Martin Weller in #change 11 (Notes)
nando, EdGeek #change11, Sept 28, 2011
These are unedited notes taken during the synchronous meeting via Fuze on Sept. 28th, 2011 (11:00 am GMT-5). When we look at what is being done in educational technology, many of the ideas are the same as what we talked about 5 years ago: Youtube, blogs, etc. Even though technology advances fast, this does not mean the field of ed. tech. has moved as fast. Defining digital scholarship. Not come up with a definition. Is shorthand for three things come together: Open, Networked, Digital. It&... Wed, 28 Sep 2011 10:06:43 PDT [Comment]

Starting my first MOOC experience
nando, EdGeek #change11, Sept 16, 2011
I have to confess I started off a few weeks back with some curiosity and not very much motivation. I found out about a new Massive Open Online Course called Change: Education, Learning, and Technology and thought it was worth checking out. I'd heard quite a bit about other MOOCs and well... it's my area, I have to understand the idea less superficially. I registered and got the introduction (orientation week) email today. I started watching the videos and getting excited. ... Mon, 12 Sep 2011 22:02:52 PDT [Comment]

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