GoGo (Get Online, Get Open) is a facilitated online open course, combining the best of face-to-face with the best of online.Read More Let’s Get Ready to GoGo.
As I sit and write this post I started out with the view to just put a few observations in writing and to make it short and sweet, but warning this might turn into a right old load of waffle! I have a variety of pathways for discussion already leading off from it in my […]Read More Ephemeral Connections: Nostalgia is just a thing of the past.
The Web Is A Collaborative Meaning-Making Technology — http://connectedcourses.net/thecourse/web-concept-platform-cultures/ In an earlier post I outlined my ideas for my very own facilitated online open course (FOOC) that would sit outside of my usual teaching activity. My ideas over the course of Connected Courses have been further informed and consolidated. Having tried to engage other colleagues in […]Read More Wake me up before you gogo!
Over the last few days I have been working with lots of new people that I have met (virtually) through #ccourses. As a result of these connections we have formulated (through many tweet chats) ideas to take forward as an enhancement to the already fabulous Connected Courses. One of those ideas which is up and […]Read More Trust by default or by design? #ccourses
My plan for my open course is to do a course about being open and use other peoples open courses as the content! So I discussed my concepts with a few colleagues and through those conversations it struck me that my idea of open largely involved being online, yet many of them are apprehensive about […]Read More What feels open to me might not feel so open to you. #ccourses
I love the concept behind Connected Courses which is why I am joining in, but I fell out of love with WordPress a few years ago and we haven’t really got back on speaking terms. I know that the wonderful people behind Connected Courses are WordPress evangelists, and I may even be persuaded to move […]Read More Yes I am doing #Connected Courses, but no I am not using WordPress.