Edcmooc artefact by Lisa Klovekorn
PS : I got to say that Lisa Klovekorn’s artefact is my favorite one up to now…
The 4th week of #edcmooc is the greatest adventure, looking to the future and its new possibilities. We aren’t even human but try to understand something about trans-humanist values.
I love the way how our course edcmooc is organized. We have very heavy texts to read and reassert our humanity, world shaking texts – and simultaneously we are asked to throw our images to Flickr: whatever we want, no rules or directives. So I went to Flickr after three years and it recognized me. Continue reading
We got some presents from visiting students this week in edcmooc. Here comes my favorite, which demonstrates LEARNING really.
Human learning has been my favorite topic in this blog from the beginning. Now I meet this topic on edcmooc, which recommends a lecture of Campbell Gardner: Ecologies of Yearning. I studied psychology at a university since 1964- and know the learning theories, first behaviorism and then its critics. Continue reading
The mirror-neurons are new in the history of medicine and neurology but they are already used in psychology and in a lot of other fields. But what if those neurons were the little thing that allows us to build a strong society ? Not only through empathy or through a facilitation of our culture and social learning skills, but also through a facilitation of understanding of how to use complex tools like computers and new technology ? Continue reading
Hi MOOCers from EDC or FOE Coursera’s courses & non-MOOCers !
If you’re looking at my #edcmooc or #foemooc blogs sometimes you might wonder why they do not have a bigger content…. Continue reading
This week’s theme is looking to the future and I’ll stay in my interest topic ‘How is human interaction changing when we have new technological devices?’ There is a video Sight, skillfully made but the content? Disgusting I think. Continue reading
It is Friday evening at 8 pm but I have to post my printscreen photo from our first hangout. It was great to participate!
It is a challenging process to start a new Mooc even if I am quite free to just learn whatever I want. I began from the FB group and then visited regularly the course sites: checked the materials for this week and the discussion forums. I gave the address of this blog in Made by you-forum and answered to Vanessa about being a serial Moocer. Continue reading
Let’s start our exploration of the wonderful world of EDCMOOC ! Continue reading
Because the Internet is a universe by itself, and because this course is about E-learning and Digital Cultures the EDCMOOC community is using a plethora of social networks and online services.
Here are some links to my digital content about EDCMOOC and more…
The #EDCMOOC begins today and I can’t wait to learn about digital cultures. A little about me, for those who care: I’m a part time professor of English and a writer. As a professor, I feel it is important to study how millenials and other generations learn using technology and culture is influenced by the digital age. Continue reading
I started a free coursera online course yesterday called “e-learning and digital cultures”. I am new to blogging and tweeting, so at my first glance over the material and deliverables for the course, I almost turned around and left!
The first video on the materials list for the EDC MOOC is “Bendito Machine III”
The questions the resource page asks are:
What is this film suggesting are the ecological and social implications of an obsession or fixation on technology? Continue reading
#edcmooc means Elearning and digital cultures, one of those coursera studies with 40 000 students. I have been traveling around the course materials and enjoying the mess which always surrounds these massive happenings. I have to admire those guys who offered the Facebook group beforehand and organized the learning platform with inspiration. Continue reading