Following the lead of #clmoocand , I tried making a "serious message" meme. I also wanted to use what I've learned about memes in this week's discussions, namely that they in some way use pop culture for their currency. Not that it is a pop culture reference our students would get.
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- Did we ever come with a plan here? Let's keep this going .... #clmooc to make a political statement on the current educational landscape, and jab a few pokes on the way ...You get us started and share out with a new post and we will add to where ever it is you point us (see how I did that? Put it on you? good facilitation technique!). Seriously, I think this could be a great example of using theJun 28, 2014
- Ok. Just the nudge I need. I was thinking tagboard, but that would require us all to repost publicly with a specific hashtag. Pretty sure it won't pick up posts to communities. I'm was also thinking Storify or Flipboard, but those aren't necessarily collaborative, right? Scoop.it? Kind of in the weeds. I'll mess around with a couple of these and get back to you.Jun 28, 2014
- One other option into create a google presentation in docs and make the file editable, and invite peeps to add their own. Then, it is embed able and shareable as a file. Just an idea ...Jun 28, 2014
- But have ever used tackks ...Jun 28, 2014
- Hadn't considered the g presentation route-do that with my students. Definitely good for the collab factor. I'm gonna keep that one as the backup.Jun 28, 2014
- Sheri EdwardsModeratorHmmm. For collaboration and embedding to share, google slides is simple, easy, and effective.Jun 28, 2014
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