Seems the #CLmooc overlords 😉 hope we end the week on an up-note, namely with a little (creative learning) game they call Find Five Fridays, #F5F. They post something for us to go find and then report out what it is. While this week’s invitation is to “find five people you’ve already made a connection with in Make Cycle #1,” I thought I would do something somewhat different (why not?).
Instead, I will mention five articles I was referred to this past week BY our #CLmooc community!
Bali, M., Crawford, M., Jessen, R., Signorelli, P., & Zamora, M. (2015). What makes a cMOOC community endure? Multiple participant perspectives from diverse cMOOCs. Educational Media International, 1–16. http://doi.org/10.1080/09523987.2015.1053290
Ellsworth, E. (1989). Why doesn’t this feel empowering? Working through the repressive myths of critical pedagogy. Harvard Educational Review, 59(3), 297–325. http://doi.org/10.17763/haer.59.3.058342114k266250
Jones, C. (2015). Openness, technologies, business models and austerity. Learning, Media and Technology, 1–22. http://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2015.1051307
Schwind, J. K., Santa-Mina, E., Metersky, K., & Patterson, E. (2015). Using the Narrative Reflective Process to explore how students learn about caring in their nursing program: an arts-informed Narrative Inquiry. Reflective Practice, 1–13. http://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2015.1052385
Walker, S., & Creanor, L. (2012). Towards an ontology of networked learning. In V. Hodgson, C. Jones, M. de Laat, D. McConnell, T. Ryberg, & P. Sloep, (pp. 1–9). Presented at the 8th International Conference on Networked Learning, Maastricht, Netherlands.
These will become next week’s #ACread article summaries, so I will pass this forward!
Let me know if anybody wants to read them and Tweet about them, too . . .