Learning about MOOCs through content curation (scoopit& twitter)
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MOOCs and Librarians
MOOCs & LibrariansACRLVirtual World Interest GroupFeb. 17th, 2013Panelists:Valerie Hill, PhDMichelle KebaIlene FrankGeorge Djorgovski
What’s a MOOC? A MOOC is a massively open online course (usually free and without earning credit) aimed at large-scale participation and open access on the web.MOOCs can be described as “webinars on steroids” (Bell, 23).
Information Literacy in the Digital Age Intellectual freedom Intellectual property Critical inquiry Evaluation of content Navigation of the “flood”
Anne Frank MOOC Students “enter” the cramped annex where Anne Frank lived in hiding.Fall 2012Educators met weekly for MOOCoffice hours on Wed. evenings.Assignments presented ina 3D virtual world.
Photo CreditsCreative Commons photos from: http://www.bigfoto.com/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/daves-f-stop/7255333900/ (librarytradition) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/2537873504/ (innovation) http://www.flickr.com/photos/gforsythe/8028605773/ (moocblob) Anne Frank Mooc shot at the Islands of Enlightenment
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