All Posts Tagged "Open Learning"

Emotion and Time as My New-Found Open Educational Resources

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I need to tell the story of my personal learning this past week in response to and in conjunction with this weeks readings for OpenLearning18. This story has a lot of different threads, but I …
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Pre-cMooc Week Reflections

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As I reflect on this week’s journey, I am struck by the sheer number of Open Educational Resources there are in this world.  As an Instructional Designer, one of my responsibilities is to provide direction to faculty on available resources they m...
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Hopes for OpenLearning18

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In this cMOOC, I hope to get an immersive experience in what it’s like to participate in “open education.” I’m about 1 month in to a new position as an instructional designer for connected learning …
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Ok, I’m in. Open Learning ’18

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Ok I’m in. Open Learning ’18 a cMooc that will have me “explore all the opens:” Open Access, Open Educational Resources, Open Pedagogical Practices, and Open & Participatory Cultures.  I’m excited but I also admit I hesitate a bit.  It’s the whole cMooc thing.  A cMooc is about communicating and learning by being a part... […]
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Open Learning Initiative 2018

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Greetings! My name is Susan Thomas and I am from Northeast Missouri. I am an Instructional Designer at a beautiful, public liberal arts college – Truman State University. Before working in higher education, I was an Instructional Designer and Instructor in the corporate sector for over 15 years. Prior to that, I was a teacher […]
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Open Learning

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I’m excited to be part of the 2018 OpenLearning cMOOC for Faculty Collaboratives!
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Take Note

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I am currently in the process of collecting exemplars of the Ontario Extend module activities for an in-development activity bank. It’s looking pretty slick thanks to the Internet construction machine that is Alan Levine (aka cogdog). Stay tuned for that! I thought it couldn’t hurt to do a couple myself. This is the last one, […]
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And We All Dine On

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This page of the Ontario Extend Collaborator Module includes words that, when you read them, make your brain think that you might want to create an image of a dining table representing a project that you’ve worked on. “Okay” my brain thought upon reading these words. “I’ll do that.” Using the latest of bare bones […]
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Interrupt Yourself

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Yesterday morning I had a moment where I realized I wasn’t too sure what to do next, work-wise. So I decided to take the moment to check in on Benjamin Doxdator‘s writing, because that stuff will fill you right up with things you maybe need to think about. It’s so good. I think I was […]
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Overjoyed – A Ghost of Ed-Tech Past

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If there were an ed-tech museum, there would likely be a whole wing dedicated to the overhead projector. In its day, it was used and abused like it was going out of style. You know, like PowerPoint. Also like PowerPoint, it had its moments. One of my all time favorite school moments is owed partly […]
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