‘Where are’ vs. ‘who are’ the professors. Thoughts on Google Hangouts and #edcmooc

See on Scoop.itGoogle+ Hangouts for Education

I am catching up on some of the readings and work associated with E-Learning and Digital Cultures and just viewed the recorded version of the end-of-the-week Google Hangout (below) hosted by the or…

Sarah Fielding‘s insight:

Great reflective blog post on the EDC MOOC Hangouts that I Scooped previously.

See on jeffdmerrell.wordpress.com

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One thought on “‘Where are’ vs. ‘who are’ the professors. Thoughts on Google Hangouts and #edcmooc

  1. Thanks for the kind words. It IS still interesting to me — this idea of how “present” the instructors need to be in a massive course. And just what we mean by “present.” Trying to break that dynamic of “teachers tell us what we need to know” and then we respond to it is really difficult. Not only from the teacher side, but from student expectations as well. Am hoping to find more folks who are exploring this area.

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