Feb 13

My image to #edcmooc Flickr stream

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

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Feb 09

Learning from the future as it emerges #edcmooc

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

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Feb 07

Digital natives & digital immigrants : What about our mirror-neurons ? #edcmooc

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

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Feb 03

My favourite blogs #edcmooc wk 1

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

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Jan 31

E-Learning and Digital Cultures MOOC

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

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Jan 31

Day one and two

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!

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Jan 31

My first feelings about #edcmooc

#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

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