January 21st, 2011 at 05:57
I totally agree with you, especially the last part. I myself thought that I can use my old method of strategising my way in accessing the information from the MOOC, so I (by habit) created a blog for this, even followed George in creating the NetVibes, and etc.
But I still find that it’s too wide and diverse, that I still have to depend on my skimming skill (if I have the time), my time (to go through the email notifications) and the facilitator’s review (and from there I would rather read the reviews posted by other learners instead of recommended readings by the facilitator!).
As you said, I least worry about all these, because as long as we know where they are and how to ‘search’ for it later on after the course, I think we’re quite save to catch up at later stage. The important thing is to contribute via reviews, because that would ensure our understanding, at least for our own relief.
- Shazz, Kuala Lumpur
Finding own paths in MOOC,
- Shazz @ LAK
21 Jan 2011