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10 + 2 useful reports on #MOOCs and online education

The International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) published a digest of useful reports about MOOCs and online learning three days ago (25 June). In this post, I look at these reports closely, to identify whether Library services and … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Librarians: Join the new #MOOCLib Mendeley Group

I set up a Mendeley group for librarians across all sectors to share literature and resources about the evolving nature of MOOCs and the role of the librarian. You don’t need to be directly involved with MOOCs to join. All … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Librarians: Keep the conversation live

On Twitter: This is the second of the MOOCs and Librarians series of posts, following the one on opportunities for discussions via virtual forums and past conferences. Today’s post is focused on Twitter conversations including a poll on setting up … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Librarians: Join the #MOOCLib conversation

This is the first of a series of posts that explore and propose communication channels for librarians who are involved or interested in MOOCs. A few months ago, in March to be exact, a new group was formed, namely, MOOCs … Continue reading

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Our #edcmooc paths to finding Information – Results

Following one of the previous posts explaining the plethora of research questions born during the e-learning and digital Cultures MOOC (#edcmooc), I set up a survey to explore how my peers explored information beyond the material provided by the course … Continue reading

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Utopic and Distopic Technology-Enhanced Learning Metaphors: #EdcMooc Digital Artefact

View as slideshow The classification is based on Johnston’s metaphors of the internet  (Johnston , R 2009)  A visual Introduction Important Note: The link mentioned in the video applies only if you watch the video on YouTube. The link given in the YouTube comments area … Continue reading

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Our #EdcMooc paths to Information and knowledge

The last three weeks have been extremely rich and creative although I haven’t come back to the blog to record my thoughts.   One of the things that keeps coming back in my mind are the words of George Roberts … Continue reading

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Resolving Planning Reflecting and Inspiring 2013

The last year has been quite creative and fruitful! The previous post “2012 in review” captured only a fraction of this creativity as I started my blogging journey at the end of last April with the intention to publicly reflect … Continue reading

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Proud MOOCer in the time capsule!

Last week’s live microteaching showcase called the end of the “first steps in Learning and Teaching”, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) developed by the HEA/JISC funded OpenLine Project and delivered by Oxford Brookes University. The Tutor team thanked all the … Continue reading

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What is teaching..allow 30 days for search results

Image Credit: Derivative work from “Google Classic: Please Allow 30 Days for your Search Results (Original artist unknown)” posted by Duncan Hull on Flickr under CC-BY

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