New Connectivism and Connective Knowledge course starting soon

Posted by Gina Rosenthal in cck11 | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

The Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2011 online course is starting on January 12. The course is delivered completely online, and it is open. This means you can join for FREE, and participate if and when and how you are able.

The course lasts 12 weeks, and explores how connectivism and connected knowledge are related to learning and teaching. I participated the first time this course was offered. I blogged much of my experience (check out the posts tagged CCK08).

If you are interested in the intersection of social media tools, learning, and work you should consider joining this course.

For CCK08 alumni — we need to have a reunion!! Mike Bogel? Vilpav Baxi? Ed Webb? Pat Parslow? Maru del Campo? Blanche? Ariel? I’d love to reconnect for no other reason than to use diigo again! What are all of you up to 2 years later?

2 Responses to New Connectivism and Connective Knowledge course starting soon

  1. Ed Webb says:

    Not sure I can rock the latest CCK course. But I use diigo every day – dont’ you?! 😀

  2. gminks says:

    I have fallen off the Diigo wagon, I am ashamed to say…

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