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Philosophy

The real thing can be viewed below. I enjoyed the course and learned stuff. Got a bit lost halfway through coz I was lazy running other MOOCs at the same time. Only doing one at a time now. The MOOCs are rich with brain stuff. I am having a terrible time with my computer, namely[…]

How Online Courses Can Form a Basis for On-Campus Teaching

by pj
Categories: Coursera, MOOCs, Teaching, Tutorial
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Published on: March 20, 2014

Forbes article by Daphne Koller, Contributor 11/07/2012 Last week, Antioch University announced its intention to allow students to take credit-bearing classes based on some of the courses offered on Coursera. Until now, online courses have been used primarily in one of two ways: as MOOCs (non-credit-bearing classes open to anyone), and within the academic institutions producing[…]

Critical Thinking in Global Challenges

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Published on: March 4, 2014

A good course somewhat marred by an attack on one of the lecturers. I feel my ability to form an argument has improved and has been formalised. Here is a picture of my certificate: And here is the certificate.

New MOOCs

I have registered for three MOOCs . “Critical thinking in Global Challenges” will go live on Monday the 20th of January. (Coursera University of Edinburgh). Taking this course so I have a better idea of the direction we should be taking globally. “Good brain, bad brain: basics.” Course starts on Monday 27 January 2014.(Future Learn,[…]

MOOCs How We Got Here

Taken from: http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2013/11/07/moocs-how-did-we-get-here/ MOOCs: How did we get here? I’m at the Open Education conference in Park City, Utah. The conference is now in its impressive 10th year. I did a presentation following Andrew Ng (Coursera). Slides and video are below. The focus is on my early experiences with MOOCs, their current state, and future[…]

Hangout #edcmooc

Yesterday at 5 pm (GMT) we had our first hangout with our lecturers of the E-Learning and Digital Cultures ( edcmooc ). In my view it was very successful. I chose to watch it via YouTube so I could participate in the flow of comments. At the beginning we all said “Hi from…” and it[…]

Library Services

by pj
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Published on: November 5, 2013

I was given a link to this site Open Culture dot com a wonderful resource of free stuff: What is Open Culture’s Mission? Open Culture brings together high-quality cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community. Web 2.0 has given us great amounts of intelligent audio and video. It’s all free. It’s all[…]

Moocs eLearning and Digital Culture #edcmooc

As with many things in my life I end up- at the right place, at the right time and with the right head space. So I encountered this course on the day it began. I’ve read one 47 page article on Technological or Media Determinism Daniel Chandler and learned some new words. Watched the videos[…]

Prezi

by pj
Categories: 2013, Free, Mindmaps, Prezi, Social Media
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Published on: October 26, 2013

Prezi is a zooming presentation software. My friend and colleague John, had to make one for his course. The brief was to produce a Prezi about Tony Busan’s Mind Maps. We collaborated and this is what we produced. He wanted it as a video as this was a requirement of the course. This is the[…]

Sigh

by pj
Categories: Domains, Free, Graphics, Microsoft
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Published on: October 23, 2013

Been having a troublesome day so…….. I thought I would cheer myself up with some Art. I am more ignorant of Art than I care to mention but I know what I like. Perhaps the most famous paintings I have seen were in the Uffizi gallery in Florence my favourite city in Europe. Of note[…]

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