Topics discussed include PLN’s, MOOC wiki page, depth of social media.
Chat Log Below
11:12 jefflebow: http://aplanet-project.org/
11:18 jefflebow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course
11:20 jefflebow: http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/events
11:22 Chahira Nouira: Hi everyone
11:22 Chahira Nouira: I can not join the hangout but try to follow here
11:23 jefflebow: Hello Chahira
11:23 Chahira Nouira: since you are talking about maths
11:23 Chahira Nouira: Hi Jeff 🙂
11:23 jefflebow: try refreshing your G+ profile page (or mine)
11:24 jefflebow: hopefully you’ll see ‘join this hangout’ link
11:24 Chahira Nouira: (I meant I cannot not because of google but because I am working on smth else 🙂 so just a lurker again this time, but hopefully will join next week )
11:25 Chahira Nouira: I wanted to share a link to http://planetmath.org/
11:26 RobDarrow: Thanks, Chahira
11:26 Chahira Nouira: You are welcome!
11:33 RobDarrow: Interesting discussion about continuum of structure in MOOCs. Can a MOOC be too structured?
11:38 Rebecca: OK.. I’m trying aga.
11:38 Rebecca: My phonei rining ..jst a set
11:39 Joel: Got it
11:40 Rebecca: Hi Chahira
11:41 RobDarrow: Joel – the Google group for the EduMooc is: http://groups.google.com/group/edumooc
11:45 Joel: Thank you Rob
11:47 Joel: EU_Educators http://www.facebook.com/groups/EUEducators/
11:47 Rebecca: No..
11:47 Rebecca: what is it?
11:49 Rebecca: A lack depth
11:53 RobDarrow: Certain online tools lend themselves to deeper academic discussions
11:53 RobDarrow: I like what Rebecca said…the deeper you to in a topic, the smaller your network becomes…is that what you said Rebecca?
11:53 Rebecca: Pretty much
11:54 Rebecca: The article on open education talked aboutdifferent types of people … some are shareers.
11:57 Rebecca: I wish I had the creativity to do game based stuff … I just don’t seem to have the mind forit.
Alison Snieckus, Chahira Nouira, Jeff Lebow, Joel Josephson, Maria Droujkova, PLN, Rebecca Hogue, Rob Darrow, edumooc, mooc