Excellent Start for the MOOC

Given the mention of MOOC Disasters, I have to say I am particularly impressed with the Get Prepared information for this course.

Labeling it a “connectivitst” courses (a term I’ve not heard before), they have included:

  • Types of Activities
  • Principles
  • Key Tools
  • List of tools you need to move forward in the course

Having created a lot of online courses, I know how much preparation and thought has gone into this one page. Congratulations on a great start!

By the way, there’s an entire site on Connectivist MOOCs. Who knew? Enjoy further investigation if you’re curious.

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