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July 2, 2010
The Ideals and Reality of Participating in a Massive Open Online Course
There will not be a Friday course wrap-up, but we encourage you to attend this online event:
Organized By: George Siemens, Jenny Mackness, Sui Fai John Mak, Roy Williams
When: on Friday, July 2, at 12 Noon Atlantic time, 11:00 am EST in Toronto or 16:00 in the UK.
Where: Elluminate Room - click here to enter
See more details and RSVP on Connectivism Technology Web 2.0 Education Learning and Research, visit the connectivism Ning.
Here's what course members from around the world had to say. Want to join the conversation? Submit your feed. Then put this at the beginning of your post: CritLit2010
Surpassing myself is not easy
Paul Bouchart was our guest on Wednesday Ellumination and I liked to participate in the session. I could follow the presentation and agreed mostly because I have a long history in adult education. It was nice to meet old models as Grow’s self directed learning that we have used in my workplace from the beginning [...]
July 2, 2010
Still working on this - watch for more here
These links are comments posted to the Moodle Discussion Forum, , and . If you want to participate in the discussion, but don't want to set up a blog, then you can post here.
Post in Twitter and use the hashtag #CritLit2010 to be listed here. (These should be fresh. Still working on improving the Twitter display.)
CritLit2010 week 2 http://bit.ly/an6NFK including “Coaching critical thinking to think creatively. Carlo Columba, thanks for sharing :)
Read this http://jennymackness.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/follow-up-on-networked-learning-conference-presentaiton/ #CritLit2010 for Friday
From which land u came to #CritLit2010 http://helistudies.edublogs.org/2010/07/01/connecting-with-people/
#CritLit2010 session starting in 10 minutes - Paul Bouchard on Network Literacies and learning networks - Elluminate - http://bit.ly/aJBRwc
Have u seen any icebergs? http://helistudies.edublogs.org/2010/06/29/iceberg-of-critlit2010/ #CritLit2010
#CritLit2010 reflections – fifth week: http://wp.me/pX4TC-2a
#CritLit2010 reflections CONTEXT ¿Which is the main change?
We are changing our ways of being and being (cont) http://amplify.com/u/7b90
#CritLit2010 reflections CONTEXT ¿Which is the main change?We... http://amplify.com/u/7b90
#CritLit2010 reflections – Signals of Collective Intelligence fifth week : http://wp.me/pX4TC-2r
#CritLit2010 reflections | Signals of Collective Intelligence
Connectivism, ¿the next social revolution? (cont) http://amplify.com/u/7baa
CritLit2010 The link,the directional gesture, the link-er-hypericons of the PLE. http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=1428 http://amplify.com/u/79wv
#CritLit2010 course: my post from today: http://migre.me/SUa5
#CritLit2010 Networked learning « Suifaijohnmak's Weblog: http://bit.ly/ad0F2M
#CritLit2010 literacy http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/critlit-2010-what-syntax-pragmatics-context-and-semantics-mean-to-me/
Any interest on power? #CritLit2010 http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/critlit2010-context-power/
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