As you probably know, I am a big believer in “open.” I also support maximizing inclusiveness and equity. That combination has caused me numerous headaches in terms of platform decisions for online communities as well as with other tools. Over
I am often frustrated with the characterization of all MOOCs as amazing, or more often, terrible. In my opinion, that’s kind of like saying all books are amazing or terrible — there is too much variation to make that kind
One of the most important things I think about as I wrap up an experience like CLMOOC is how I’m going to take my learning forward. One of the big things on my mind right now is a small local
A few of us have been talking about the idea of fostering cross-generational participation in cMOOCs lately, and as I think about this my mind keeps coming back to the idea of Genius Hour as a MOOC. For those unfamiliar,
The cross-generational learning experiences that I’ve participated in have been uniquely powerful. This is leading me to think about how we might include more youth in our connectivist learning MOOCs. My question is – what would incentivize youth to participate?