Monthly Archives: March 2014

Twitter and Limits

Twitter has its limitations too, it would appear. But nothing to worry about, not just yet. It could be a blessing in disguise. Or could it be a well thought-out plan for us? Recently, I noticed that i could no … Continue reading

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NWOER Open Education Week

Thanks to Carol Yeager, i was invited to help facilitate some of the activities of the NorthWest Open Course on Openness in Education from March 10-15, 2014. More information can be found at the Manchester Metropolitan University Cross-Institutional Open Education … Continue reading

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Learning Design and #CDMOOC

Another MOOC is on my list and this time it is CDMOOC from Swinburne University and facilitated by Professor Gilly Salmon of e-tivities fame and her colleagues. And of course the question is ‘why another MOOC’? Well as i write, … Continue reading

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