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  1. rheyden

    Meet Homo naledi

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    Sixty biologists in a New Orleans hotel conference room with a paleoanthropologist, a replica of an early hominin skull, and a revised story of our human ancestry?  Does it get any better than that? Last week, Dr. John Hawks (University of … Continue reading
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    Our MOOC Toolbox

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    This post is about tools. As we planned, produced, and then delivered our online course, Making Science and Engineering Pictures, we put an impressive collection of tools through their paces. A MOOC, afterall, is a hurly burly place and you … Continue reading
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    Making Pictures Together

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    We are launched. Making Science and Engineering Pictures, an MITx MOOC, is now officially underway. What a contrast to consider the differences between memories of “first day of class” versus what we’re experiencing with this online course. Trudging my way to … Continue reading
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    Making Pictures Together

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    We are launched. Making Science and Engineering Pictures, an MITx MOOC, is now officially underway. What a contrast to consider the differences between memories of “first day of class” versus what we’re experiencing with this online course. Trudging my way to … Continue reading
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    Serial

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    “This is a…global tel-link, prepaid call from…Adnan Syed…an inmate at… a Marilyn correctional facility.  This call will be monitored and recorded…”   That’s the opener for the new NPR podcast program, Serial.  One story, told week by week. The series follows … Continue reading
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    ConnectedCourses

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    OK, I’m on board.  Alan Levine, Jim Groom, and Howard Rheingold have organized a seven-session (run over four months), distributed course to serve up a curriculum on how to create an open, online, connected courses. It’s called ConnectedCourses. A learn by doing experience, go-at-your-own … Continue reading

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