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MOOCs & studios

This morning, AK’s post about MOOCs and the Art Studio caught my attention. He discusses a chapter of the same name from Macro-Level Learning through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Strategies and Predictions for the Future. I have some experience … Continue reading

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Making a MOOC-ery

Cogdog recorded a MOOC song, so I thought I’d try to play along. I probably didn’t do the song any favors. Maybe there’s a reason why The Doors didn’t have a bass player…

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Further thoughts on MOOCs and libraries

On the 18th and 19th of March, 2013, OCLC Research and University of Pennsylvania hosted a conference titled MOOCs and Libraries: Massive Opportunity or Overwhelming Challenge? The conference served as something of an introduction to MOOCs, with a strong Coursera bias, although … Continue reading

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InfoLit in MOOCs

  Eleni Zazani surveyed participants in the E-learning and Digital Cultures MOOC on their information seeking habits, looking to see if they follow footnotes for further information, and what they do when that information is not openly accessible. The survey … Continue reading

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Stay the course

I signed up for a Berklee/Coursera songwriting course by Pat Pattison, mainly because I’m trying to figure out how to make music. That, and because it’s free. But it also gives me an opportunity to examine a so-called “xMOOC” first … Continue reading

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