“Quick interjection. When you keep saying “on the line,” you do mean “online”?” “Stuart, don’t do that. Continue reading
Curiosity killed the cat, but as far as the EDCMOOC is concerned, it need not kill you. So if you have, like me, been curious to know the statistics related to the E-Learning & Digital Cultures Course, the wait is over. Thanks to the instructors, we are now able to share them with you. Continue reading
This November the University of Edinburgh runs the third iteration of its massive open online course “E-learning and Digital Cultures” (EDCMOOC) through the Coursera platform. The first two were in January and November last year. EDCMOOC is a month-long online educational event that is often described as an ‘exciting’ and yet an ‘overwhelming’ digital space […]
Week 2 of e-Learning and Digital Cultures has moved from looking at past predictions and visions of technology to future-gazing about the digital world and how it will evolve. With the benefit of hindsight we can critque the utopian and dystopian visions of the future which have gone before but now we’re in the hot seat challenging our own perceptions of technological forces and their potential for use and misuse.
I’m not sure who is going to join the new QuadGroup I added my name to out at the #EDCMOOC FB group page, but I’ll make this first post. This group supports the course https://www.coursera. Continue reading