August 10, 2011
Chat Logs Below
11:03 PM Chahira Nouira: Hi everyone
11:22 PM nnorman: Greetings from Chicago.
11:23 PM JL: welcome
11:26 PM nnorman: As a lurker, and a new MOOCer, I have found the existing structure of the course confusing. The live sessions did provide structure that was needed for me.
11:26 PM nnorman: I don’t have a camera, on my desktop, so I’ll pass on joining in this week.
11:28 PM JL: Thanks for lurking – feel free to join in without webcam if you like – as long as you have a mic, you can still chime in
11:35 PM Matt H: Greetings from WA, USA. Interesting discussion. No Google+ for me, no headset 😉 — just a question: Anyone in the gang get lots out of *asynchronous* discussions, and if so, what?
11:36 PM LisaMLane: I like the asynchronous discussions.
11:38 PM JL: All are welcome to join in. Hangout Link: http://bit.ly/qD4M3Q
11:39 PM JoseR: Hey Folks
11:41 PM Chahira Nouira: http://www.google.com/analytics/
11:44 PM Chahira Nouira: http://manycam.com/
11:45 PM Chahira Nouira: http://wikieducator.org/
11:49 PM Matt H: zo
11:50 PM Matt H: Woops — I am here b/c of emailed daily digest from MOOC…a great reminder…and my interest in the topic of today’s session
11:51 PM nnorman: Enjoyed the discussion … have to check out now. Try to see you next week.
11:51 PM JL: thx. hope to see you next time
11:52 PM Alison: Hi stanford
11:53 PM Alison: jeff–I’m interested to hear about the the issues that wp is encountering recently
11:55 PM JL: WP?
11:59 PM badgerjen01: Hello … I caught the MOOC hangout before it was over this time!
11:59 PM JL: come on in Jen
12:02 AM badgerjen01: I’m going to be an active chatroom lurker if that is ok 🙂
12:02 AM Alison: http://onlinestatbook.com
12:07 AM Matt H: What is the link, if there is one, to the ‘spectacular’ stats course / content, just mentioned….?
12:11 AM Alison: carnegie mellon oli statistics course: http://oli.web.cmu.edu/openlearning/forstudents/freecourses/statistics
12:16 AM badgerjen01: “tonight” … you are soooo Korea-centric, @jl 🙂
12:16 AM Matt H: Thanks for the stimulating discussion, ideas, and links all….
12:17 AM Alison: thanks, all
Bernie DeKoven: yeah, I agree
Sanford Arbogast: http://manycam.com/
Bernie DeKoven: thanks so much for letting me be part of this – really remarkable group of people playing with equally remarkable technologies (well perhaps not equally). Sorry to have to leave. Please keep me in your loop.
Rob Darrow: Lisa, can you say it again?
Sanford Arbogast: Alison I am also teach statistics
Alison Snieckus: oh, how interesting that three of us here teach statistics.
Sanford Arbogast: what are teh probablitites of that happening?
Alison Snieckus: I think Jeff wants us to chat on the live stream page.
Rob Darrow: Hmm, that reminds me of an old song, “Free to Be You and Me” We could rewrite to be “Free to Mooc for You and Me.”
Kay Endriss: Sanford, I thought your last name looked familiar. Published?
@Alison: no kidding. Seriously, what are the odds?
Alison Snieckus: hehe
Sanford Arbogast: no maybe you are thinking of the detective in psych
Kay Endriss: @Sanford Ah well. Memory not what it used to be.
Lisa M Lane: Didn’t they try that with learning objects? and they’re all over the place
Lisa M Lane: does that make Google search super important? maybe we need Google Student or something
Rob Darrow: Alison, where are you located…and what level of stats do you teach where?
Lisa M Lane: that’s what’s hard about the “course” idea
Osvaldo Rodriguez: adios a todos
Lisa M Lane: that’s what I was going to ask – can this keep going?