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Hi everyone,
+Katia Hildebrandt and I are writing a paper on connectivist MOOCs as a vehicle for digital literacy development. We have seen amazing growth and development by many of you during and since #etmooc  and we are hoping to gather a few comments on your experiences. If you have a few minutes, we'd love to hear your feedback on these questions:

1) How has your participation in a MOOC ( #etmooc  or other) increased your digital literacy?

2) How has your participation in a MOOC ( #etmooc  or other) helped you to become a more active and informed digital citizen? 

cc +Susan Spellman Cann +Rhonda Jessen 

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So nice to reconnect with the #etmooc family tonight
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Hi everyone! Tonight's reunion conversation was so much fun and it was so great to reconnect with everyone! Looking forward to our next meet-up via Flipgrid! Stay tuned for details. If you'd like to know more about Flipgrid we had a great webinar on Classroom 2.0 LIVE with experts Karly Moura & Sean Fahey. Recording & lots of examples here in this Livebinder. https://goo.gl/iJw9WA

If you'd like to join us tonight in #etmooc please let +Rhonda Jessen and +Paul Signorelli know so they can send you a link. We are meeting at 7 MT in 40 minutes

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Please join us for the ETMOOC 5 year anniversary celebration for Thursday January 25th at 9pm EST / 6pm PST. All are welcome.

We'll share the link to the event on January 25th so please reply to this post if you plan to join us so we can make sure you have the link.

Looking forward to connecting!

I’ll be there

Time to rekindle the embers here?

One way would be to join in Season 3 of George Couros's Innovator's Mindset MOOC (#IMMOOC) which got off to a fabulous start a couple of days ago.

I'm finding the same sense of wonderfully collaborative virtual community there that I've found here and am realizing how much I've missed it.

Hope to see you there. And if you're interested in doing something either here in #etmooc (a tweet chat in October, perhaps?) or in combination with the #IMMOOC community (we could set up an #etmooc tweetchat and invite #IMMOOCers in to see what would happen when worlds collide) if that would be of interest. Could also reach out to some of my own "Rethinking Social Media" course alums to see if they want to become part of the community we did so much to nourish here.

Thoughts?
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