Tag Archives: Open Education 2013

Open Ed 13: What Teach a MOOC? Are you crazy?

 Maria Andersen talks about her experiences with MOOCs.Twitter: @busynessgirlEmail: busynessgirl@gmail.com “If you’ve ever actually taught an online course, the thought of teaching a MOOC sounds like an absolutely crazy idea. It’s hard to get past the idea that you might … Continue reading

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Open Ed 13: Building an Online Course with Open Badges: a practical guide

My backpack (Photo credit: mathplourde) Wade Weichel presented on open badges. “You’re interested in incorporating badges into your course to engage and motivate students and to track achievement against learning milestones and outcomes. You?d also like to incorporate open badge … Continue reading

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Open Ed 13: George Siemens

“George Siemens is a Professor at the Center for Distance Education and a researcher and strategist with the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute (TEKRI) at Athabasca University in Alberta, Canada. He is the author of the Connectivism theory of learning … Continue reading

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Open Ed 13: Andrew Ng

Image via CrunchBase “Andrew Ng is co-founder of Coursera, and developed the initial platform for Stanford’s online machine learning and databases classes that started the popularization of MOOCs. He wants to give everyone access to the best professors in the … Continue reading

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