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Feedback, who needs it?

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The last learning section in the mooc I’m taking really focused on giving quality feedback and what an effective coaching session looks like and includes.   714 more words


MOOCs: The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread?

So, in a presentation I attended recently we were told that MOOCs – massive open online courses – represent a movement that all universities need to emulate. 573 more words

I'm in love with MOOCs

Dear ALL,

These months I’m very busy but I love it!

In this dynamic world everything changes so fast! Population increase, diseases increase, solutions increase, opportunities increase… 434 more words


Miracles of Human Language

We are excited to announce the new online linguistics course offered by Prof. Marc van Oostendorp from Leiden University. The course is designed as an introduction for anyone interested in how language works and how it gives insight into the human mind. 70 more words



So I have been working with this group that will be designing a series of MOOCs for the Expo2015 that is being held in Milano, Italty this coming year. 329 more words


DOCC and InfoLit: New avenue for influence

Week four in the Connected Courses  MOOC  delved into the origins of the Distributed Open Collaborative Course (DOCC) in the FemTechNet academic community.

The founders of the  442 more words

E-Learning and Digital Culture #edcmooc : finishing week 3!

As the course is in English, pardon me if this post will be only available in English, as well.

Though I have been November-ill most of this week, I found some time in between to catch up with the videos and lectures of #edcmooc in this third week. 757 more words