cMOOCs and xMOOCs – key differences

Jenny Connected

As xMOOCs become more successful and begin to experiment with pedagogies that go beyond the didactic video lecture approach, I have been trying to understand the essential differences between the original connectivist MOOCs such as CCK08 and the current xMOOCs such as those offered by Coursera.

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Connections are Different than Relationships

Alchemy of Change

Gideon Rosenblatt Follow me on Twitter RSS Feeds Home About Movement as Network « Networks and Autonomy How Connections “Wrap&# Our Engagement » Connections are Different than Relationships I used to use the words connection and relationship interchangeably.

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Trending Sources

Travelling a different road

Viv Mcwaters

I have to refer to my notes for the other stuff. I am confident though, that although it’s a different road that I’m travelling, it’s one worth exploring. Travelling a different road is a post from: vivmcwaters.com.au.

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Top teams understand the 4 different types of Teamwork in Nature

The Bumble Bee

We often talk about Teamwork as if its a singular thing however in nature there are 4 different types - each of which have a very precise meaning. When we talk about Teamwork we generally mean different things. Teams undertake different kinds of tasks. References.

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Reference Architecture For Social Network Sites

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Today and tomorrow I will be finalizing the reference architecture document below. ???Templates??? This template provides such a reference architecture model. Templates???

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Collaborative Thinking: Timeout For Something Different

Collaborative Thinking

December 23, 2007 in Commentary | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Timeout For Something Different : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

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James Dellow on User Adoption Strategies, "a great reference that covers all the major approaches that you should consider"

Michael Sampson - Currents

He does provide a user adoption model to follow that pulls these strategies into a manageable framework, but within this approach there is still room for these different options to be fitted together into what he later describes as the user adoption "jigsaw". ". I woke up in Sydney to James Dellow's review of my book, User Adoption Strategies. Two reviews in 2 days. very cool.

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Working with cultural differences

Chris Corrigan

One of the things that folks in the rest of indigenous North America don’t realize about the cultures of the west coast is how radically different they are from the cultures of the plains, desert and forests of the rest of North America. Instead they will make broad pointers, refer to hypothetical people or talk indirectly about situations. I was faced with these two different cultural contexts in the last two weeks as I went about my work facilitating groups.

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Collaborative Thinking: Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference?

Collaborative Thinking

and Enterprise Mashups | Main | Innovation Has Its Own Personality » February 13, 2008 Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference? Novell Strengthens Workgroup Portfolio with Team Workspace and Real-Time Collaboration Offerings February 13, 2008 in Collaboration , Open_Source , SaaS | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference?

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/Message: Everything Is Different

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In 1929, Karinthy published his forty-sixth book, a collection of short stories entitled “Everything Is Different” (Minden masképpen van), which is now out of print and apparently lost to us. /Message « Enterprise 2.0

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#SOCRMx Week 7: Objectivity and Subjectivity in Social Research

Jenny Connected

I have saved them for future reference, should I ever go down that track. Again I have saved these resources for future reference when I can explore them with more time. The three authors each approach research from different perspectives.

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ReTweet & other micro-conventions

SocialTech

Again, there are a lot of different ways to retweet, and I'm not suggesting my preference is any better than any other. Tags: citation convention microblogging reference retweet RT Twitter picture credit: kenworker ??????????????????Taiwanese

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Beyond lurking - Modes of participation

Delicious/choconancy/online_facilitation

Or a simple change of venue causes the community to operate differently. First off, Nancy White asks for References on Lurking - or as she calls it "legitimate peripheral participation" - and then there is Lurking, a Personal Story from Andrew Gent.

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#SOCRMx – Introduction to Social Research Methods MOOC. Week 1

Jenny Connected

I like the fact that this question refers to research questions starting to emerge. Currently since I am participating in two MOOCs, I am already intrigued by how they differ from each other and why. How might we do things differently? References. Source of image.

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Power Posing: The Art and Science of Making Posture Work For You

The Bumble Bee

These types of associations refer to what our posture and positioning say to others, but new research shows that the relationship runs in both directions. Think Differently

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How to assess Power and Influence: a simple but effective method

The Bumble Bee

When we are dealing with change we need to be able to make quick but robust assessments of the power/influence of the different players. Refers to the formal authority attached to a particular role. Think Differently

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Collaborative Thinking: Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast

Collaborative Thinking

July 16, 2006 in Communication , RSS | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

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Green Chameleon » Folksonomies and Rich Serendipity

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Folksonomies and Rich Serendipity In my post last week on “How to Killl a Knowledge Environment with a Taxonomy&# I made fleeting reference to “rich serendipity&# provided by folksonomies.

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PhD by Publication and Collaboration

Jenny Connected

Whilst my PhD thesis (supporting statement) was written by me alone, and could only be written by me because it incorporates work with eleven different research teams (i.e. Only a third of the papers in my reference list were single authored. Reference.

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What does “digital native” imply? Just sayin…

Full Circle Associates

They did enjoy drill and practice exercises and referred to these as “games” which they “played”.The The minority who did use their devices more did also revisit work they had done earlier, including a few who referred back to relevant work in primary school following transfer to secondary.

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Green Chameleon » Wanted: Managers Who Think

Green Chameleon

I’m not sure what Dr David Vaine would make of that, nor of Dave’s slighting reference to the “factory consulting&# model. The majority of B-schools went down a dangerous road at different levels: 1 - their conception of education. Either they write for their community (monks) or for different people. They have to write differently depending on the readership they target or they are bound to produce stuff that no one understands and takes into consideration.

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Exploring the Divided Brain – a 4 day course with Iain McGilchrist. Day 1 (am)

Jenny Connected

Every one of the 40 participants will have heard something different. If you are reading this post and have a different perspective, I would welcome your comment. I noted some of the same content, but also some differences. Some differences are not reductive but illuminating.

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Diversity is hard

Jenny Connected

According to Downes, the only way to avoid information cascades is to ensure multiple viewpoints and alternative perspectives from observers with different sets of prior experiences, world views and interpretations. An abundance of difference is not a convenience, it is a necessity.

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An Introduction to the Divided Brain – Part 1

Jenny Connected

The session then moved on to consider how the two hemispheres do things in different ways, with the left hemisphere (LH) being the hemisphere of doing and the RH being the hemisphere of being. The RH and LH have different views of the world. Authors referred to during this session.

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#openedMOOC begins October 1st

Jenny Connected

Checking the accuracy of these assumptions by exploring as many different perspectives, viewpoints and sources as possible. He has written about this many, many times over the years, but here is one reference. Reference.

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If space is a becoming what kind of spaces do we need for learning?

Jenny Connected

So like Caroline Haythornthwaite , Sian was pushing us to think about networked learning in a different way, with a specific focus on ‘space’. NLC2016: Sian Bayne keynote references (posted by Sian on Twitter).

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#openedMOOC Week 4: Open Teaching

Jenny Connected

The story of how MIT opened its courseware to the world can be found on their website , but I remember MIT explaining at the time (in 2001) that what they weren’t offering for free to the world was their teaching, and it was their teaching that would make a difference. References.

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#openedMOOC Week 5: Research on OER Impact and Effectiveness

Jenny Connected

Of course, we also referred students to open online sites where they could explore further materials and dig deeper. The obvious difference that OERs will make to the student is cost. At that time there were no research papers on MOOCs to reference 2. Click on image for source.

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Your online Business Development System: The CRM Walkie-Talkie

The Bumble Bee

The main technology component of the Walkie-Talkie is the CRM (Customer Relationship Management) System (also referred to as The Contact Management System). Tags: Think Differently

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Building open communities

Jenny Connected

Sylvia points out that the term ‘open’ can have different meanings. Etienne Wenger acknowledges this change in openness in his more recent work on ‘landscapes of practice’ where he discusses how we are members of different communities of practice and situated in multiple landscapes.

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Free webinar on Twitter for Australian Teachers – PIL Microsoft Teachers

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The person who refers the most friends to the Partners in Learning network be given a free Harvard online social media course. Overview of Twitter and difference from Facebook, and other social media.

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The Divided Brain. What does it mean to think?

Jenny Connected

There are different kinds of ways of knowing the world and thinking about it; the kind of knowledge that comes from experience (phronesis); knowledge that comes from more information (episteme); techne-knowledge that a craftsman has; and theoretical wisdom (sophia). Saturday 21 st March am.

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Presenting at the 10th Networked Learning Conference, Lancaster

Jenny Connected

We will hopefully have plenty of time to talk, which there never seems to be enough time for at conferences, but maybe this conference will be different. References.

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Collaborative Thinking: Getting People On The Same Page

Collaborative Thinking

As senior director of Microsoft Platforms, he is tasked with getting different parts of Microsoft to dance to the same tune. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « March Madness: That Time Of Year Again.

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Collaborative Thinking: The Sociability Of Social Media

Collaborative Thinking

December 20, 2007 in social_media | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Sociability Of Social Media : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

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The meaning of words

Viv Mcwaters

So there’s my first insight: Even instructions are interpreted differently. There’s something interesting and unexpected about what emerges from different interpretations of instructions. A word with no context can be taken many different ways. References.

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The Power of Networks in a Complex (Business) World

Elsua

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Green Chameleon » Knoco on KM Metrics

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Knoco on KM Metrics The latest issue of Knoco’s newsletter has a very good, practical feature on the different kinds and purposes of KM Metrics. Thanks for the reference to your white paper; I shall read with interest Posted on December 21, 2009 at 04:50 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

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Roles for Educators in MOOCs

Jenny Connected

I will be referring to their ideas but not citing them in this post. Mike Sharples’ question referred to educators, but sometimes people were talking about educators, sometimes about teachers and the two words were often used interchangeably. The difference in meaning between these two words was not discussed, presumably because people didn’t think there was one or it wasn’t sufficiently important. References.

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Unflattening: text, drawing and alternative perspectives

Jenny Connected

It is a plea for seeing beyond the boundaries of our current frames of reference, beyond the limitations of text, beyond the borders of the ‘flatlands’. It is a plea to imagine otherwise, to find different perspectives and new ways of seeing. References.

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