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  • Reclaim a personal space for education online

    Reclaim a personal space for education online

    In this course we will build a personal website together, explore some of the reason for having a personal space online, especially in the educational context, and examine some of the challenges and opportunities provided by participating in online courses like this one. While our focus will be on the expectations of those in the education field, particularly graduate students and instructors, participants from other fields are welcome. Similarly, while we will only cover the particular details of Wordpress and Reclaim Hosting, , the course may be of interest to those who prefer different tools or those interested in technology and online education more generally.

  • Learning Spell MOOC Club: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

    Learning Spell MOOC Club: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

    Rather than a course, this is a 21st century book club. Every 10 days, I will post questions and personal observations pertaining to a chapter from the book "Mindset: The New Psychology of Success" by Carol Dweck and anybody is welcome to join the conversation for one chapter, two or the whole book.

  • Unofficial MIT 6.S198: Open Source Software Development for Educational Mobile Computing

    Unofficial MIT 6.S198: Open Source Software Development for Educational Mobile Computing

    This is a community organised study group following the syllabus of MIT 6.S198: Open Source Software Development for Educational Mobile Computing. This course will give you experience being part of the open-source development team for MIT App Inventor (appinventor.mit.edu), a cloud-based development environment where people can quickly create apps for Android devices by plugging together program blocks with a graphical user interface. App Inventor runs as a free worldwide service with 40,000 unique active users a week and a million users in total.

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