eLearning, Online Courses

My recent experience with Open Education…

I recently signed up for a MOOC called ‘Bring Your Own Device For Learning (BYOD4L)’ which I came across from the MELSIG (Media- Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group). The Mooc is completely open, everything is accessible publically- you do not have to sign in to view content. The MOOC went live over a period of 5 days, the handy thing being… Continue reading My recent experience with Open Education…

eLearning, Online Courses

Using Google Documents

Today I really saw the power and functionality that Google Documents has with online collaborative study, the ability to edit a document in conjunction with others, without waiting for changes, or emailing of different versions once edited, with the ability to chat alongside and make comments on content posted. I also saw from a student's… Continue reading Using Google Documents

eLearning, Online Courses

My reflections of studying online

One of the biggest problems faced with studying online, I've found is not the actually content itself but time management, and the ability to plan ahead, and spend the right amount of time on each of the activities, it is very easy to spend hours on one paper, reading and making notes, but then you… Continue reading My reflections of studying online