Author Archives: Heather Dale

Week 6 – assessment

fading fast this week: tomorrow begins a new week and so far I have done nothing. I missed the webinair and the two I have done have given me some small sense of community and make it easier to continue … Continue reading

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Week 5

I have not blogged for awhile, partly because I am rather drowning in the mass of materials. I think that I have noticed that as people drop out, the conversations appear to have got more techy but perhaps this is … Continue reading

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Last week

Here I am on this weeks task ( if you only do one thing….do this). I found last weeks task very interesting particularly as I discovered that on-line learning is probably not my best way of learning. This weeks task is what is designing … Continue reading

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Week Three

day one of the week and I have already completed my task for the week ( if you only do one thing this week do this…) The task is to do some surveys which test fitness to be on an On-line Course. … Continue reading

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Week One: not waving but drowning

Last week  I did the live webinair which taught me at least one new thing: the drop out rate on MOOCs is very very high. So this is  Week One of the course (last week was week 0). There are … Continue reading

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Day five week one “Oh Brave New World, which has such people in it”

The first webinair of the course today, About 100 people, from all over the world, logged onto listen to speakers, none of whom I have heard of, although they may be quite prolific in their field. The speakers speak, and their powerpoints … Continue reading

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Day Two #ocTEL

Day two of the course and my bewilderment is only increasing. What is it all about? What am I supposed to be learning?  Maybe it will all become clear at the end of the course, but it is interesting to … Continue reading

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