- Comment on Summaries in Online Discussions
- Comments on Week 5 Readings: PBL
- Response to Week 4 Discussion Questions on Critical Thinking in Asynchronous Discussions
- Comments on Week 4 Live Meeting: Authentic Online Learning
- Week 4: Comment on Herrington et al.
- Comment on Scott and Greg’s Discussion: Where Is Technology Taking Mentoring?
- Comments on Week 3 Resources: Facilitating Discussions
- ‘To Facilitate or to Teach’ – A Paradox
- Shawn on Wristwatches, Beepers, and ‘Why on Earth?’
- Jan and Greg: Rhizomes for Breakfast
- Scott: ‘To Facilitate or to Teach’?
- Comment: Week 2 Video – Ken Robinson
- Week 2 Mobile Device Exercise – Video
- Responses to iFacilitate Week 2 Discussion Questions
- Comment on Downes’s ‘Knowledge, Learning and Community’
- Replies for Fate and Brent on 3.1.12
- Response to ‘Rethinking Education’
- Response to ‘MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses or Massive and Often Obtuse Courses?’
- Response to ‘Key Elements of Building Online Community: Comparing Faculty and Student Perceptions’
- My First ‘Week 1 Online Learning Communities’ Post
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I have a few concerns about Pam Vesely, Lisa Bloom, and John Sherlock’s “Key Elements of Building Online Community: Comparing Faculty and Student Perceptions” (MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 3.3, Sep. 2007). My primary concern is with the … Continue reading
Posted in iFacilitate at 12:42 pm on February 27, 2012 (permalink): I haven’t done the readings yet, but here are some preliminary thoughts and concerns. I’ve found that both a challenge and an advantage is the openness of online learning … Continue reading