Category Archives: MOOC

Aboriginal Worldviews (the OISE UofT MOOC): the Finale

I should have posted this some time ago; my experiment as a MOOC student (the Aboriginal Worldviews course from OISE) has ended. The earlier posts on my experience are here, here and here. While I wasn’t a non-completer (apparently only … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Worldviews (the OISE UofT MOOC): Week 3

Week 3 of the Aboriginal Worldview MOOC has begun. A short status report on how I’m doing and what I’m discovering. I submitted my assignment and peer evaluated the assignments of 3 other students. The peer evaluation methodology is a … Continue reading

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MOOC Data & MoocMoocher (Katy Jordan)

I’ve enrolled in a MOOC (Aboriginal Worldviews and Education) partly to explore them and partly to learn more about aboriginal knowledge systems. Apparently my interest in MOOCs (as someone enrolled in an MEd program, teaching in higher ed, and formerly … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Worldviews (the OISE UofT MOOC): Week 1

The first week of Aboriginal Worldviews and Education has begun. As expected, it has attracted a broad and diverse set of students in terms of location, educational level, age and just about every other factor. While I have no official … Continue reading

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Mike Meets MOOC

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) hardly need an introduction. They were everywhere in 2012 and promise to be even more dominant (distracting?) this year. I decided to see what all the fuss was about (and to actually learn about something … Continue reading

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