May 31, 2012
Title: Blog and Google + Hangout UPDATES
Preview: For those who are starting a new blog to register please note: use BLOGGER or WORDPRESS. At this time gRSShopper does NOT support Tumblr and your postings will not be harvested. Thank you.On Saturday, 26 May 2012, at 10:30 am EST, Carol Yeager will host a Google + Hangout and we look forward to seeing those who wish to join us. Please make sure you can access Google + and check .......
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager)
on May 25, 2012.
Participants' Blog Posts
This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the CMC11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.
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Post Title: What is Fair is What is Possible…|
By tuckerandgypsy, Feed Name: tuckerandgypsy
Preview: In reading the information provided for week one in my MOOC I ran across this quote: “What is fair is what is possible” and it really rang true to me. We always complain that life is not fair; I do it, you do it, we all do it. But why is that such a big [...]
[Read More] Thu, 31 May 2012 17:01:18 +0000
Post Title: Food and Information|
By Brandy_Erdmann, Feed Name: On Creativity & Multicultural Communication
Preview: I have a passion for food. I read cookbooks like people read The Hunger Games. I absorb the information and enjoy every little bit of it. In a recent TED talk, JP Rangaswami discussed the correlation between the way we consume food and information. In his talk, Rangaswami proposed that if we look at information in the same way we look at food, we can better understand how to properly use ....
[Read More] Wed, 30 May 2012 14:24:00 +0000
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Title: Re: Lurking in MOOCdom
It definitely bodes well for the quality of this course if you took it two terms ago and still lurk. I don't believe I've ever taken a course that I would be willing to revisit following completion. But, I guess that the subjects covered in CMC11 are constantly evolving, so lurking can help one keep up-to-date on the current state of MOOCs and the
By BrandyErdmann (Brandy)
on May 29, 2012.
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