EDC MOOC hung out with 4 people. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Christine Sinclair, Hamish Macleod, Sian Bayne, and Jen Ross
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- The hangout videos are really great! Will try to not miss it live this Friday! :)Feb 20, 2013
- Q1: Why do you think people want machines or robots to have a soul or even be more human (like us)?
Q2: "Do you want to be perfect (Transhuman)? Why or why not?"
Q3: Describe your experience in creating your artefact. Was it as easy or hard as you expected? Are u still working on it? Describe.
Q4: What are the most important things you've learned during this MOOC?
Moderators this week are: @sschouwenaars, @paolaisci, @nlkilkenny, @AsadJamalMalikFeb 22, 2013
- I believe at least to be extremely difficult for me to understand this feeling that people have and want the machines have soul or become human like us. Maybe that story "play" at being God.
About my digital artefact and my MOOC experience, I work and make research with teaching of languages, mainly Portuguese language, I tried to adapt concepts about my field of study so I try to use what I learned in the course as a thing suitable and appropriated for my needs.
The most important thing that I learn in MOOC was the possibility of interation and use the technology for own needs, technology could be our friend.Feb 23, 2013
- finally! i've got access to G+ to participate in this hangout due to poor net connection. it is also hard to access youtube. it makes me frustrated. while E-learning is so popular here there are so much limitations for student like me from developing country to connect with good resources over the world.Feb 25, 2013
- I love learning and I would like to learn more, but I had many responsibilities I got distracted and will try in the coming period youFeb 26, 2013
- Jeremy Knox's remark about diversity of engagement in a MOOC brought me out of lurking ... we've been coming to terms with this in EVO (the electronic village online) for the past 10 years. A five week workshop which starts out with some 1200 EFL teacher participants, and ends up with around 30 still active at the end of the 5 weeks. YES - the lurkers DO gain a lot from the artifacts which remain available after the course has finished. Expecting people to "follow" the activities as in a traditional course is yet another aspect which requires a change in perspective from the course organisers:-) THANKS for all your work - more productive than you thought.
Amitiés from FranceMar 3, 2013