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Expand Your Knowledge In The World Of Virtual Instruction

Another item from Friday’s inbox…

Michael K. Barbour,
The latest information from Emerging Trends & Technologies in the Virtual K-12 Classroom by University of California, Irvine…
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It's a waiting game!

It feels like I’ve been waiting forever to start with the Open University! Okay, it’s actually been four months since I registered, and there’s a little under a month to go until the course starts. 181 more words

Open University

What Is A MOOC?

A MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. The term was coined by Dave Cormier in 2008 in response to a course called Connectivism and Connective Knowledge (also known as CCK08) with 25 tuition-paying students from the… 649 more words


World of Keiko 09/06/2014

I haven’t posted an update in a while. I apologize for my recent activity and endeavor to go back to a more regular posting schedule. Though I have posted some reviews and an interview with an author that I highly admire, there have been some events that I felt it necessary to avoid posting about earlier as I was trying to deal with their impact. 737 more words


MOOC: Free Learning

What is a MOOC?

It stands for Massive Open Online Course. They feature free educational content via the internet. Schools such as Stanford, Harvard and MIT have donated many courses over the last few years to launch these projects. 559 more words


Course Review: Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Provider: The University of Edinburgh @Coursera [course page]
Lecturer: Various Lecturers
Subject: Science / Veterinary Science + Animal Welfare
Delivery: Intake-based asynchronous study… 254 more words

MOOC Review

MOOC on Social Entrepreneurship Starting on 3rd September (incl. Business Modelling and Business Planning)

Prof. Kai Hockerts from Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark, offers a free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Social Entrepreneurship on Coursera. The course starts on 3rd September 2014 and takes 12 weeks (4-6 hours of work per week). 139 more words

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