education

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry | Now Enrolling

http://bit.ly/1iQSjDY Now this is a MOOC that I approve of – study seven courses (9 lessons each) at Hogwarts online. via Delicious (via IFTTT)

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English Raven: Moodle Tutorial: Page design to avoid the ‘scroll of death’…

http://jasonrenshaw.typepad.com/jason_renshaws_web_log/2012/02/moodle-tutorial-page-design-to-avoid-the-scroll-of-death.html via Delicious (via IFTTT)

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MOOC Discussion Forums: barrier to engagement? |e-Literate

http://mfeldstein.com/mooc-discussion-forums-barriers-engagement/ I’ve often felt daunted by the volume of posts and chaotic nature of discussion forums in MOOCs – glad to see that I’m not the only one. Interesting that posters tend to be higher […]

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Why are people at UC adopting Mahara and ePortfolio practice – UC Portfolio

http://learnonline.canberra.edu.au/portfolio/view/view.php?t=PBt9i7n4YUmTC3XRLV5E Some fantastic descriptions of uses of ePortfolios at the University of Canberra. via Delicious (via IFTTT)

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Using forums in MOOCs

http://acreelman.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/the-silent-majority-why-are-mooc-forums.html Some well thought out ideas about the issues surrounding the use of forums in MOOCs – what happens when there are hundreds of pages of posts on the first day or subject experts dominate […]

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Training design workshops from Cathy Moore

http://blog.cathy-moore.com/training-design-workshops/ Particularly interested in the Scenario Design workshops – there’s an online one coming up and a recording of an older version that is available for free via Delicious (via IFTTT)

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San Jose State’s MOOC Missteps Easy to See РHigher Education

http://diverseeducation.com/article/54903/# Some useful lessons about running MOOCs gained by looking at a poorly run one. The fact that these courses were still being built as they were being delivered – something perhaps not uncommon in […]

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Blog about All the Teaching and Technology!

Having run the Gamerlearner blog for a couple of years – albeit intermittently – I found more and more often that I wanted to discuss aspects of the use of technology in education that didn’t […]

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