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Blog Post: Connectivism VoiceThread Project
This week I created a digital story telling project in which the subject was connectivism. Connectivism is so new and such a new age approach towards learning that when you type the word into the computer on a word processing … Continue reading →

By samorib, Feed:Samori's CMC11 Blog, Fri, 19 Apr 2013 19:25:39 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Understanding The MOOC Debate
                                           Hello everybody, recently I read an article on the MOOC debate which I found interesting.  The article is titled "Stop Polarizing the MOOC debate." and it begins talking about how there are good points made on … Continue reading →

By samorib, Feed:Samori's CMC11 Blog, Wed, 20 Mar 2013 15:30:05 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: My First Google Chat Hangout
This past Sunday I was able to join the other participants of the CMC11 course for the Google chat and I had a wonderful time.  Even though for years now  there have been ways to see people who you are … Continue reading →

By samorib, Feed:Samori's CMC11 Blog, Tue, 19 Feb 2013 22:56:05 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: CMC Blog Post #2
I have been reading the different post that people are posting in the facebook group and it is all interesting reading.  As I try to find my way in this course I am trying to read everything that is posted … Continue reading →

By samorib, Feed:Samori's CMC11 Blog, Wed, 06 Feb 2013 15:51:37 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: CMC 11 Making Mistakes Article
I found the making mistakes article to be an interesting one and something that I would be interested in learning about. The premise of the article that Making Mistakes in the classroom can be a big tool in the learning … Continue reading →

By samorib, Feed:Samori's CMC11 Blog, Wed, 23 Jan 2013 14:54:09 +0000 [Comment]
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