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An #ETMOOC Introduction

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A number of recent #etmooc posts and tweets have encouraged me to take a leap of faith and finally post this introduction. As they say, better late than never!

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11 thoughts on “An #ETMOOC Introduction

  1. Great and happy to have you here! Lets connect and learn πŸ™‚

  2. What a great page and introduction video!

  3. So great to see your page! Of course it is time to make it public.

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  5. Hi Fenella. So glad to have met you “Mooc-ing” your way through your very creative introduction. I downloaded it to share with others. I hope that’s okay. There is a lot to the #ETMOOC experience and one of my favorite parts of that is meeting people from all over the world with so many varied backgrounds and experiences. The other part, of course, is sharing our ideas and talents. Thanks for joining the #ETMOOC community. What do you think your greatest challenge will be?

  6. Hello Glenn. Thank you for your kind comments about my #ETMOOC introduction. I certainly don’t mind sharing; however, I really need to reiterate that Tamas Lorincz (@tamaslorincz) was the one who inspired this creative attempt. I continue to be amazed by all the talented individuals who are helping each other and sharing their knowledge and experience. As you stated, it’s wonderful to meet so many interesting #ETMOOC-ers from all over the world. What a rich learning environment! I think my greatest challenge is trying to manage all the information (that is, the information that I have time to read, and not ALL the information available), process it, and at the same time put what I am learning into action (while teaching full time). For me, the implementation stage is key. As you so eloquently put it in your blog, Bits n’ Bytes – Putting the Pieces Together in #ETMOOC, managing a MOOC is much like managing a jigsaw puzzle – what a great metaphor! I hope you enjoy your journey through #ETMOOC, and thanks for your wonderful metaphors and valuable insight!

  7. Congratulations to you, Fenella, for taking this risk. πŸ™‚ Thank you.

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