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MM7: MOOCs and Open Education: Recent News and Research Clues (Nov.2 2015)

The presenter of the second MM7 webinar – Curt Bonk is the Professor of Indiana University.

The webinar was built on the presentation of his new book “MOOCs and Education Around the World” which discusses some current trends of research in the field of open education and MOOCs.

Prof. Bonk discussed the growth of MOOCs Continue reading “MM7: MOOCs and Open Education: Recent News and Research Clues (Nov.2 2015)”

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Week 2 class on WizIQ “Creating Engaging Activities with Dave Cormier”

http://davecormier.com/edblog/2013/06/23/using-moodle-with-a-student-centred-curriculum/

I watched the recording of the class and wondered how I would have felt if I were present in the class. In such cases I usually feel really awkward. When I am in the group of people and someone behaves childishly – I feel awkward. When people are asked to do something and some of them ignore the request for some reasons – I feel awkward and ashamed even if I am not involved in misbehaving. Continue reading “Week 2 class on WizIQ “Creating Engaging Activities with Dave Cormier””

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Moodle MOOC Opening Ceremony (May 31 2013)

It was a wonderful class and a very exciting opening ceremony!

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I enjoyed the speech of Martin Dougiamas a lot. I realize that I will need to watch his presentation again later (and probably not once). Right now I am just not able to understand everything he was talking about. 🙂 I need some time to explore Moodle to realize what he means. Continue reading “Moodle MOOC Opening Ceremony (May 31 2013)”