Tag Archives: moocs

What I’m reading 21 Jun 2015 through 24 Jun 2015

  • 68% of Statistics Are Meaningless, D2L Edition – Told u so. the LMS has nothing to offer in analytics. Wake up, partner. "I can’t remember the last time I read one of D2L’s announcements without rolling my eyes." – (d2l edcrap )
  • Challenging MOOCs – "Rather, I worry that MOOCs will increasingly deliver all studies in a similarly “lite” version, that MOOCs will be unlikely to provide much critical analysis or equip students to develop any, particularly on topics where there are passionate feelings or entrenched opinions." – (moocs )
  • Richard Bartle on MUDs and British Snobbery – YouTube – Matt Chat 296 – How ideology – and not necessarily the dominant one – gets laced into design. Dr. Matt Barton, SCSU, interviews Dr. Richard Bartle, co-creator of MUD. The MUD as a place that cancels out accent: On the internet, no one knows you're a northerner, so you're free to become a wizard. – (DH design opensource semiotics )

What I’m reading 20 May 2015 through 22 May 2015

What I’m reading 2 May 2015 through 5 May 2015

on pinboard for July 29th, 2014 through July 30th, 2014

on pinboard for April 23rd, 2014 through April 24th, 2014

bookmarks for December 10th, 2013

bookmarks for September 17th, 2013 through September 19th, 2013