OLDS MOOC Wk1/D2 Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives.

Yesterday we were asked to post up our personal learning objectives and to say how we will know how we’ve achieved them.

I have two learning objectives.

1. To complete this MOOC, observing and documenting in this blog my observations about how it feels to study in this way. So, the objective is to learn what it’s like to study on a MOOC.

2. Yesterday afternoon I met a colleague at the University where I work (who is also on this MOOC) and we decided that I would feedback to him about his course design (he’s developing a course to teach html5 on Google CourseBuilder) with my Quality Assurance spectacles on. QA in online courses is something I am working on at the moment. So the objective is to learn how course design can incorporate QA from the outset.

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  1. […] intro video and discussed it in Google Groups, introduced myself and set personal learning objectives on Cloudworks.  Spent a good while managing my public Google identity as I normally keep it quiet […]

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