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How to survive (and thrive?) in a cMOOC

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I’m in my first MOOC and I’m learning.  I’m learning how to be a learner in this new-to-me environment.  This is a constructivist MOOC, so while each of us is constructing our own learning path, we are also all shaping the learning experience together. What I’m learning about how to be a learner in this […]
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How to survive (and thrive?) in a cMOOC

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I’m in my first MOOC and I’m learning.  I’m learning how to be a learner in this new-to-me environment.  This is a constructivist MOOC, so while each of us is constructing our own learning path, we are also all shaping the learning experience together. What I’m learning about how to be a learner in this […]
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Are We Spectators or Actors?

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Reading Time: 2 minutes​(this blogpost is influenced by recent discussions with friends from my digped community – i say “my” because I feel like I belong among them, that kind of “my”) So much going on in the world right now, keeping everyone’s … Continue reading →
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Are We Spectators or Actors?

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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 … <a href="http://sthomas.sites.truman.edu/2018/02/05/open-learning-initiative-2018/">Continue reading <span>Open Learning Initiative 2018</span></a>
Reading Time: 2 minutes​(this blogpost is influenced by recent discussions with friends from my digped community – i say “my” because I feel like I belong among them, that kind of “my”) So much going on in the world right now, keeping everyone’s … Continue reading →
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Associative Trails Around DigCiz, Fake News, and Microtargeting

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Microtargeting: A Digital Citizen’s Perspective I started writing this post about fake news and microtargeting a few days ago and then I was reminded that #OpenLearning17 was talking about Vannevar Bush’s As We May Think this week. I began to see connections between how they might relate. It made this post even longer but I […]
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As We May Write

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I live in a fairly rural town at the start of the Northern Neck of Virginia. Some argue that we’re the “Gateway to the Northern Neck,” as our welcome sign proudly states. Regardless of the term we use, geographically we’re situated at a bend in the Potomac River before it feeds into the Chesapeake Bay. I bring […]
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OPML Is the Alchemy of Following Blogs in an Open Networked Course

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This post is meant primarily for participants in the Networked Narratives course I am co-teaching with Mia Zamora, where everyone is publishing in their own blog space. Everything here applies as well for the Open Learning ’17 course led by Gardn...
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That time when the AACU Virginia FacCollab held a Twitter Journal Club Event

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On January 27, 2017, the AACU Virginia Faculty Collaboratives Experience (#OpenLearning17) teamed up with Twitter Journal Club (#TJC17) for a synchronous reading & discussion of Jeffrey Pomerantz & Robin Peek’s 50 Shades of Open.  Through serendipitous networking (thank you, Phil Edwards), author Jeffrey P. discovered the event and made himself available to provide additional background,... […]
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Imagining and Visualizing Little Miss Open and Mr. Open #openlearning17 #oer17

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Reading Time: 4 minutesI have been doing a lot of reading and thinking ahead of #oer17 but what I am reading MOST are books to my little kid each night and throughout the day. Because I am neurotic about raising a kid who … Continue reading →
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Imagining and Visualizing Little Miss Open and Mr. Open #openlearning17 #oer17

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Reading Time: 4 minutesI have been doing a lot of reading and thinking ahead of #oer17 but what I am reading MOST are books to my little kid each night and throughout the day. Because I am neurotic about raising a kid who … Continue reading →
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