RESOURCE: Reflections of a mooc unvirgin
I recently completed my first mooc, and I will soon receive the certificate to prove it.
Many people don’t think a certificate of completion means much, but this one will mean a lot to me. I put substantial time and energy into this course, so it will be satisfying to have something tangible to recognise it.
Eventually I settled on The University of Edinburgh’s E-learning and Digital Cultures mooc, because it targeted practising e-learning professionals who “want to deepen their understanding of what it means to teach and learn in the digital age”, not to mention the fact I was fascinated by its coverage of popular culture.
So my first learning – before I even began – was that all moocs are different. You can’t tar them with the one brush.
Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed the EDCMOOC. In my opinion, it had a lot going for it. Having said that, however, every course has its pro’s and cons, and this one was no exception…
via Reflections of a mooc unvirgin | E-Learning Provocateur.