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Maree Michaud-Sacks

sharing what i know » Blog Archive » the cms is a dinosaur …and you know what... - 0 views

  • I naturally resist and feel uncomfortably confined by the locked down nature of the CMS… i mean really, is a “blog” that is locked into a CMS really a blog? No!!!!!!!! you can’t just call it a chicken when it is a duck!!!! Part of what makes it a blog is the fact that it is public – anyone can see it and interact with it. It also represents you publicly, belongs to you/you own it/it is yours to have and use, and to keep it beyond the end of the course and term - that is an authentic online learning activity! That is why i also thought it essential that the shared resources for the course be external to the CMS using diigo… i want my students to have access to the resources after the course ends!
    Alex's reasons for moving from a course management system (CMS) to moodle for course delivery. If you are wondering why we are engaging on so many external sites, this is recommended reading.
ian august

CI-OLnet: mapping the evidence on Open Education - 0 views

    The Evidence Hub aims to provide researchers and practitioner in Open Education with a dynamic and living map of where the Open Education movement is and where it is heading to. We aim at building a social Web environment which works as a Collective Evidence Hub for the Open Education movement.
ian august

John Seely Brown: Chief of Confusion - 1 views

    Author of article minds on fire
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