All Posts Tagged "#openlearning18"

Connecting and Engaging – how do I make it happen?

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Signing up for a MOOC is easy. I do it often. I set myself up. I am motivated. The topic sounds amazing. I read up on all of the course information. Week 1 - here we go. Week 2 - Oh yea, I have that MOOC work to complete. Week 3 - I still need […]
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OpenLearning – First Post

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I am not sure what I will be posting here for this category, but this is a start . . .
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The Adventure Begins…

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Joining in the conversation about Open Learning! Getting things going with a new blog. It has been a while since I have written a blog, so watch out for any boulders. (#OpenLearning18)  
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Your Public Networked Voice: Open Learning ’18

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Speakers Corner
This pre-cMOOC week, directed by Stephanie Blackmon, helps you prepare for Open Learning ’18 with learning opportunities around finding and building an openly networked public voice. Day 1 (Feb. 5): A Brief Introduction to MOOCs What is a MOOC? Dave Cormier explains: What is a cMOOC? Blog post on cMOOCs and xMOOCs from Stephen Downes […]
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In the Open, Vulnerability is Essential, Agency is Everything and the Network is the Classroom

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I’ve just returned from ELI2018, where a few of us presented on the OpenLearning ’17 experience and took the opportunity to promote OpenLearning ’18. My colleague Gardner Campbell, Hub Director extraordinaire and leader of our motley crew gave me the opportunity to talk about my “Novice to Node” experience in OpenLearnimg ’17. I started that […]
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My first professional post!

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Hi! I'm a librarian at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. We are just delving into the practice of open educational resources, so I hope I learn a lot from this course. I am the Electronic Resources Librarian here and have been at this l...
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