I seem to have lost a week. I know exactly where it fell apart, and why. Orientation Week in a residential college is brutal. My arguments about time off in lieu, or varied working hours, or flex-time were not successful.... Read more »
Image made with Collage for iPad. Continuing to think about Digital Ethnography.
My notes on the Google Hangout and the books I was reading for MOOCMOOC.
A card sort excercise I led for a new website design.
I was sitting in the dining hall, making notes from my iPad about learning commons, and someone said they ‘liked the mix of technology and old fashioned notes’.
A park I sat in, watching people listen to music, read books, look at their phones, walk their dogs, practice martial arts and have picnics. (We took pictures and posted them on Social Media sites, including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter).
Students using the Baillieu Library Learning Commons, the University of Melbourne.
What didn’t happen Usually I spend Thursday and Sunday focusing on my studies, but this week work ramped up, so I feel really behind. This post is late, I couldn’t make either of the Hangouts, and the Twitter roundup didn’t happen this week.... Read more »
Exploring MOOCMOOC as a ‘field’. MOOC MOOC: Critical Pedagogy… leaves behind the traditional LMS-based “course” model of the MOOC, and will be left to roam wild, free, and grass-fed on the web. Once each week, we’ll hold a hashtag chat on... Read more »
The MOOC I have selected to analyse is MOOCMOOC: Critical Pedagogy. The MOOC runs from Jan 19-Feb 27 2015, and is described as “a mini- micro- meta-MOOC about MOOCs“. [It] leaves behind the traditional LMS-based “course” model of the MOOC, and... Read more »