Difference between revisions of "Talk:Discovery through Error Theory"

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Analyze this course through the lens of what didn't work and how that directed the community to innovate solutions
 
Analyze this course through the lens of what didn't work and how that directed the community to innovate solutions
organic evolution
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*organic evolution
new directions
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*new directions
innovations
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*innovations
  
 
An example is the multi-hub availability. We have SL, wiki, moodle, IRC, Blogs... What did the communities choose for their hub, a starting point to navigate the broad scope of the course material/interface.
 
An example is the multi-hub availability. We have SL, wiki, moodle, IRC, Blogs... What did the communities choose for their hub, a starting point to navigate the broad scope of the course material/interface.
  
How have the communities (HES,HLS, ALP)
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How have the communities (HES,HLS, ALP):
consolidated hubs for personalized use
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*consolidated hubs for personalized use
modified that space
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*modified that space
preferences from one to another
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*preferences from one to another
most popular interface
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*most popular interface
  
 
This could evolve into a published document indicating elements for course evaluation. This can benefit this course, as well as serve to aid modeling for future couses from different institutions.
 
This could evolve into a published document indicating elements for course evaluation. This can benefit this course, as well as serve to aid modeling for future couses from different institutions.
  
 
Offered by [[User:mediarevolutionary|David Harris - DAVID SPAATZ]]  
 
Offered by [[User:mediarevolutionary|David Harris - DAVID SPAATZ]]  
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[List of Interested Participants]
 
[List of Interested Participants]

Latest revision as of 13:03, 15 October 2006

Analyze this course through the lens of what didn't work and how that directed the community to innovate solutions

  • organic evolution
  • new directions
  • innovations

An example is the multi-hub availability. We have SL, wiki, moodle, IRC, Blogs... What did the communities choose for their hub, a starting point to navigate the broad scope of the course material/interface.

How have the communities (HES,HLS, ALP):

  • consolidated hubs for personalized use
  • modified that space
  • preferences from one to another
  • most popular interface

This could evolve into a published document indicating elements for course evaluation. This can benefit this course, as well as serve to aid modeling for future couses from different institutions.

Offered by David Harris - DAVID SPAATZ


[List of Interested Participants]