My New Year Wishes For You

Today is the last day of 2013. Tomorrow is the start of a new and more meaningful chapter of life – another opportunity to make a new beginning, to make new mistakes, to learn from those mistakes. The quote below sums it up beautifully: “I hope that in this year …

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Pictorial Quote Of The Day

“Begin challenging your own assumptions. Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.” – Alan Alda  

A Tale Of Two MOOCs #edcmooc

My romance with MOOCs started some months ago, when I stumbled upon a TED video featuring Daphne Koller, the co-founder of Coursera. Should you desire to know more details about this, you can click here to read about it. However, the point of today’s post is not to go into …

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Pictorial Quote Of The Day

Speed of sound is really funny… Our parents tell us something when we are 15+… And we hear & understand it when we are 40+ !! – Author Unknown

Identity Crisis – Digital Native or Immigrant ? #edcmooc

I have always thought of myself as a digital native. Agreed, I wasn’t born to technology, but then technology evolved during my lifetime and I grasped it pretty quick. The transition was pretty natural. I grasped computers fairly early – I got my first desktop computer way back in 1998, …

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CTAs – The Visibility Factor #edcmooc

A few days ago, I had written about my views on the presence of the CTAs in the EDC MOOC and why I called them the essential human element of this course.  Subsequently, I noticed this post by Andy Mitchell, one of the CTAs, on the #EDCMOOC Group – Andy …

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CTAs – The Essential Human Element of #edcmooc

Okay. So the course is officially over, with assessments and evaluations submitted, and results awaited. But yet it’s far from over for me. There is so much to reflect upon, and so much to follow through, and so many of the course resources that I have yet to engage with. …

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