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Thinking about a SOOC

Yesterday I wrote to a number of colleagues to enquire about their willingness to be involved in a Small Open Online Course (SOOC). The SOOC I...

A Souq-Like SOOC

There has been a lot of discussion recently about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). I am grateful to Stephen Downes' OLDaily and George Siemens for...

A pedagogy of small

Tanya Elias, Laura Ritchie, Geoffrey Gevalt, and Kate Bowles (2020) (link) have written about the pedagogy of small. Stephen Downes shared the link to...

Open for Learning: Supporting Coach Education and Development

Introduction I was hoping to attend the Sport Leadership sportif Conference in Calgary in November. I was looking forward to presenting a paper with David Legg...

Accredible: Sharing Learning Experiences

I received an alert from Adam Brimo yesterday about Accredible. On the Accredible Blog, the founders note: Here at Accredible, we’ve been working hard to improve...

c-ness

I have not written many posts in the past two months. I have been a peripheral participant in many conversations and have admired from...

A Course, A Community?

Shortly after the #ucsaffire Festival earlier this week, I wrote a post about small open online communities. In the post, I noted: I had a brief...

Small Open Online Communities

I had an opportunity to present some ideas about a cSOOC at the #ucsaffire Festival. Shortly after presenting, I had a brief conversation with Danny...

Clyde Street 2012

I wrote 260 posts on Clyde Street this year. This has been my fifth year with WordPress. I see this blog as a way of...

Ours is smaller than yours

I read Stephen Downes' commentary on a Chronicle post on MOOCs. In his post, Stephen observes: For me, what's revolutionary about MOOCs isn't size, it's openness...