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INNOQUAL Commentathon: Los geht's!

Der INNOQUAL Commentathon ist gestartet. Als Local Partner unter dem Sammelbegriff “Saxon MOOCs United” sind wir mittendrin, aber gern auch noch offen für andere Teilnehmenden (einfach anschreiben).  79 more words


Experiencing a Course

Last year, I participated in my first MOOC as a learner. As I wrote about the experience, I always struggled with the right verbs. Did I… 44 more words


BlendKit14 week 1

I’ve just realised that I@ve sugned up for another MOOC, this one called: Blendkit14, becoming a blended designer.  I’m not sure how much time I’ll give to this, it’s not gripping me so far, but here goes… 484 more words


Big developments in hyperlocal media

Journalist, researcher and hyperlocal guru Damian Radcliffe has written an interesting post on two shots in the arm for hyperlocal media over on the BBC College of Journalism blog.


Day 113: The Science of Happiness

My friend Chloe is a person who both actively pursues joy and finds it in everyday life. It’s a wonderful trait to have. So it made absolute sense today when she posted on Facebook that she’d signed up for a massive open online course (MOOC, which sounds like an insult but in this case it isn’t) from UC Berkeley, called… 169 more words

The genius boy

A boy genius from Mongolia has been schooling MIT on how to improve the elite institution’s free online courses.‘The Mongolian wunderkind Battushig Myanganbayar earned a perfect score in MIT’s first massive open online course, when he was fifteen. 235 more words

MOOC For Today

Happy Birthday, Shakespeare!

In keeping with this week’s “Classics” theme, I’m toasting Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with a glass of Chardonnay!

Instead of music as background noise today at work, I listened tons of incredible lectures on Shakespeare’s life and works throughout the day in celebration.   155 more words