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All in a day's work: Activities around #edcmooc


Everyone participating in e-learning and digital cultures mooc has been discussing how very excited they are and how interesting they are finding this mooc experience. As I said in my last post, am spending loads of time throughout the day experiencing what edcmooc is all about.

Ary has put up some interesting questions on our discussion at wikispaces. The very first one being how do we make our learning visible in digital spaces. Then I thought, here is a creative way to come up with a digital representation of all the activities that I end up doing in a single day, well most of them.

Thanks to Angela and Willa for introducing me to Videoscribe and also for inspiring me with your videos. Now here’s my video. It’s not very aesthetic with respect to graphics and pictures, but just an organised  mind map of all the activities that am sure we all are doing every day! I have also somehow managed to make it long enough so that the audio runs out! 😦 Hang on, it goes on a loop soon! 🙂


4 thoughts on “All in a day's work: Activities around #edcmooc

  1. Though I do not know much about what exactly you are doiing, it seems that you are enjoyuing every bit of it and slso enhansing your knowledge. We are proud of you and please keep learning, the knowledge never goes waste.

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  3. I just love your video. I watched it on youtube and was so inspired I had to try videoscribe. I played with it for a couple of hours and had a blast. I tried using it for a presentation for my job for next week, but I couldn’t quite get what I wanted, so I had to shelve it and go to a standard presentation, but I will go back to this for teaching for sure. Like your other post about how to tell if you’re addicted to your MOOC. Yep. I get that.

    • Thank you Elizabeth!

      One of my objectives with this course is to use new tools/softwares to create a visual representation of my learning/thought process/ideas etc. Do check out the FB file for tools to create artefacts, if you haven’t already. There a number of tools listed there which am sure you can use for your work.

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