The MOOC Model for Digital Practice

Posted: April 23, 2013 in Moodle MOOC posts

10 November 2012

The MOOC Model for Digital Practice is a publication of 2010 of co-authors Alexander McAuley, George Siemens and Dave Cormier and it includes several references that I’ll highlight in this post.

A set of animated videos produced by David Cormier, the first one well known and dissiminated

What is a MOOC? – http://youtu.be/eW3gMGqcZQc

10 November 2012

The MOOC Model for Digital Practice is a publication of 2010 of co-authors Alexander McAuley, George Siemens and Dave Cormier and it includes several references that I’ll highlight in this post.

A set of animated videos produced by David Cormier, the first one well known and dissiminated

What is a MOOC? – http://youtu.be/eW3gMGqcZQc

There are some references to MOOCs run by that time :

CCK08 MOOC – https://sites.google.com/site/themoocguide/3-cck08—the-distributed-course

PLENK2010 MOOC – http://connect.downes.ca/

Another reference is EdTechTalk – http://edtechtalk.com/ – a podcasting channel that gathers a community of educators interested in discussing and learning about the uses of educational technology. They webcast several live shows each week. During shows, listeners can use any common media player (i.e. Windows Media Player, Real Player, or iTunes) to listen to the discussion and use the chat room to make comments and ask questions.

There are some references to MOOCs run by that time :

CCK08 MOOC – https://sites.google.com/site/themoocguide/3-cck08—the-distributed-course

PLENK2010 MOOC – http://connect.downes.ca/

Another reference is EdTechTalk – http://edtechtalk.com/ – a podcasting channel that gathers a community of educators interested in discussing and learning about the uses of educational technology. They webcast several live shows each week. During shows, listeners can use any common media player (i.e. Windows Media Player, Real Player, or iTunes) to listen to the discussion and use the chat room to make comments and ask questions.

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