eLearning

Using Slack for Learning Engagement

Slack is a collaborative commercial messaging platform. It seamlessly organises communications and encourages informal discussions beyond the use of email or rigid discussion forums. Slack’s approach is characterised by the use of themed discussion channels that group users and subjects by content and

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Using Slack for Learning Engagement

Slack is a collaborative commercial messaging platform. It seamlessly organises communications and encourages informal discussions beyond the use of email or rigid discussion forums. Slack’s approach is characterised by the use of themed discussion channels that group users and subjects by content and

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MOOC +2

I am not quite certain where from my curiosity with the MOOC concept springs, but I seem to find myself spending much time lately considering their strengths and weaknesses. A recent article in Boston’s Globe exploring the serious resources that Harvard is committing to

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MOOC +2

I am not quite certain where from my curiosity with the MOOC concept springs, but I seem to find myself spending much time lately considering their strengths and weaknesses. A recent article in Boston’s Globe exploring the serious resources that Harvard is committing to

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The Continuing MOOC Experience

I have been following (and quite enjoying) Dr Dominic Bryan’s FutureLearn course: Identity, Conflict and Public Space. It began last week and runs for the next six – as seems to be the typical MOOC norm. I have joined in

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The Continuing MOOC Experience

I have been following (and quite enjoying) Dr Dominic Bryan’s FutureLearn course: Identity, Conflict and Public Space. It began last week and runs for the next six – as seems to be the typical MOOC norm. I have joined in

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Social Media as Classroom

Crossposted from Iridium’s Day of DH 2014 Last term I delivered a course entirely through social media. Well, I actually showed up in lecture hall one evening to announce that this was to be the case – so not entirely,

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Social Media as Classroom

Crossposted from Iridium’s Day of DH 2014 Last term I delivered a course entirely through social media. Well, I actually showed up in lecture hall one evening to announce that this was to be the case – so not entirely,

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