This post was hastily written in order to quickly put down some thoughts and ideas on what I should do for with this blog post-ONL171. I’m doing this for 2 reasons Continue reading “Next Steps…”
“Don’t adventures ever have an end? I suppose not. Someone else always has to carry on the story.”
So I have been reflecting a fair bit as we complete ONL171, and this quote really struck a chord. Even as the course draws to an end, the adventure itself (in networked and open learning) has only just begun; having had the opportunity to participate in the course and been introduced to such rich material, the least I can do is carry on exploring and learning, and share stories of my “learning adventures” in this space, so to speak.
So what treasures have I managed to amass along this ONL171 journey? To address this, I will take key points from the infographic that my wonderful PBL1 group members and I put together for this concluding topic: Continue reading “Journey’s End? Far From It!”
[In this post, I reproduce the collaborative document that I worked on with my PBL group mate Erik for Topic 2. It was our contribution to the learning blog our group PBL1 developed for Topic 2’s presentation.]
I’m glad to hear that you are interested in starting a MOOC at our institution. Indeed, there is no denying the potential of such a method for course delivery, in terms of its potential to reach a global audience. According to Shirky (2012) ,