EDCMOOC E-Learning and Digital Cultures


Der EDCMOOC 2013… DIe Blogs der Teilnehmer, in denen es auch aber nicht nur um E-Learning geht, sind mehrheitlich auf Englisch.

In our course about “E-Learning and Digital Cultures” we are encouraged to blog about our experience and learnings. Here I have listed as many fellow students’ blogs as I could find and I will update frequently. Enjoy reading!

  1. Steve  – http://stephenholland.blogspot.com
  2. Pat  – http://artonthewall.wordpress.com/
  3. Eric  – http://ericalainclark.com
  4. Analía  – http://aflyintheroom.wordpress.com/
  5. Willa  – http://wryerson.wordpress.com
  6. Mick  – http://natural-philosopher.blogspot.com
  7. Angela  – http://angelatowndrow.blogspot.com.au/
  8. Amy  – http://amysmooc.wordpress.com/
  9. Laurie – http://about.me/laurie.niestrath http://lsniestrath.wordpress.com/
  10. Rozalia  – http://rozoua.wordpress.com/
  11. Chris  – http://mybackyard78.blogspot.co.uk/
  12. Sally – http://elearninganddigitalcultures.blogspot.co.uk
  13. Mark  – http://crackerbelly.me
  14. Helen  – http://helenjhodson.wordpress.com
  15. Mohammed – http://mohammedshehahat-edcmooc.blogspot.com/
  16. Madhura – http://wordingmythoughts.wordpress.com http://mymoocadventure.wordpress.com (for mooc)
  17. Kelcy – http://kelcym.wordpress.com
  18. Steve  – http://about.me/steven.stander
  19. Eric  – http://thedoctor63.blogspot.com/
  20. Desislava – http://dpedeva.wordpress.com/author/dpedeva/
  21. Hayley http://confessionsofalearningtechnologist.blogspot.co.uk/
  22. https://ebooksinlearning.wordpress.com/
  23. Helen http://learningcreep.wordpress.com/
  24. Kyle http://kjbedcmooc.blogspot.co.uk/
  25. Cathy http://urbanjigsaw.wordpress.com/
  26. Sulieman  – http://aioa.blogspot.com/
  27. Britt- http://bwatwood.edublogs.org/
  28. Ary  – http://alltheworldisamooc.blogspot.com
  29. Diana  – https://onlearne.wordpress.com/
  30. Elizabeth – http://edwoodworth.wordpress.com/
  31. Nigel – http://nigelsmooc.blogspot.co.uk/
  32. Donna  — http://donnakallner.blogspot.com/
  33. Emily  – http://spaceoddyssey.wordpress.com/
  34. Melinda – http://stupendousjoy.blogspot.com.au/
  35. Melissa – http://kochmelissa.wordpress.com/
  36. Jeanne – http://jdorle.com
  37. Ronald – http://procommotion.wordpress.com/
  38. Sarah  http://tellmetellmewhatyousee.blogspot.co.uk/
  39. Dan  – http://danlemay.net/wp2/
  40. Sandra  – <http://lastrefugelmu.blogspot.co.uk/>
  41. Brooke  – http://materialmetaphors.com/
  42. Paula – http://elearningquadblog.blogspot.com
  43. Alison  http://mumtech2012.blogspot.co.uk
  44. Ljiljana  – http://thoughtsandchoices.wordpress.com
  45. Elena  – http://learn-teach-learn.blogspot.ru/
  46. Rick  –http://drrbb2nd.blogspot.com/
  47. Jeff – http://jeffdmerrell.wordpress.com/
  48. Kay – http://linkinglearning.wordpress.com (and http://resourcelinkbce.wordpress.com – my work blog)
  49. Dominic  http://bensondominicole.wordpress.com/
  50. Cathleen  http://eldcmooc.blogspot.com/
  51. Tim – http://www.zemedia.co.uk/the-news.html (and my work blog – http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/blog)
  52. Sara  http://sarasso.wordpress.com/
  53. Ergin  – http://343.posterous.com/
  54. Adrian  – http://edutech.digiliterate.com/
  55. Lucy  http://cluelessveggardener.blogspot.co.uk/
  56. Raina http://rainagangwal.wordpress.com
  57. and  http://learningfromconfucius.wordpress.com
  58. Nancy  http://www.architela.com/blog
  59. Stephanie  http://www.sjreisner.com
  60. Wayne  http://www.waynebarry.com/blog/
  61. Vaibhav  http://www.doubleroot.in
  62. Mel  http://www.missmeljones.com/education/ and my long-standing blog http://melwalshjones.wordpress.com/
  63. Gitte http://gbhcivilisations.blogspot.be/
  64. Andrew  http://aroewe-portfolio.weebly.com/e-learning-and-digital-cultures-mooc-blog.html
  65. Anne  http://aboxofthistles.wordpress.com/
  66. Deborah  http://debohamiltonelearning.blogspot.com/
  67. Maríao http://maferenaccion.blogspot.com/
  68. Taruna http://tarunagoel.blogspot.ca
  69. Héctor Martín http://hectormartinsampedro.wordpress.com (mostly in Spanish)
  70. Zoran  http://philopractice.blogspot.com/
  71. Katherine (spanish): http://queith.net & (english) http://queith.com
  72. Christopher http://www.corchard.com
  73. Kevin  http://criticalmargins.com
  74. José  http://erigleidson.com/blog
  75. Maria http://filologoupoli.blogspot.gr/
  76. Antonio  http://goo.gl/9dVIr
  77. Serena  http://www.cultureandanarchy.wordpress.com
  78. Bea http://sinprobarpipasfacundo.wordpress.com (Spanish) and http://buildingculturalnetworks.wordpress.com/ (English/Spanish)
  79. Bruna http://www.outramentos.com (portuguese)
  80. Scott http://blog.drscottfranklin.net
  81. Ami. http://proferickson.com/ami/feed-the-brain-blog/
  82. Paige  http://figuringfifty.com/
  83. Ruth http://collegeethics.wordpress.com/
  84. Rick http://prins251.blogspot.ca/
  85. Lisa http://frywithwater.net
  86. Kamala http://kamalasrobinson.blogspot.com/
  87. Nick  http://cullaloe.com
  88. Julie   http://julieshapiro.wordpress.com/
  89. Solveig  http://elearningnovice.wordpress.com/
  90. Kerryr http://kerrydwyer.net/
  91. Catalin  http://zmole.eu
  92. Elizabeth http://clayhorse.blogspot.com
  93. Pooya  http://pooyablog.blogspot.co.uk/
  94. Colin  http://brentfordcol.blogspot.co.uk/
  95. Claudia  http://wwwclaudiasenglishclub.blogspot.com/
  96. Yvette   http://whatisawonmywalk.wordpress.com/ and http://doloresstory.wordpress.com/
  97. Theo  http://www.higher-edge.nl (in Dutch)
  98. Karen  http://kegriffiths.blogspot.com
  99. Jonathan http://jpedcmooc.wordpress.com
  100. Andrew http://edinspired.wordpress.com
  101. Kim http://learningculturesonline.wordpress.com
  102. Kate http://katejf.wordpress.com
  103. Ryan http://ryan2point0.wordpress.com
  104. Teresa http://gibbisons-edcmooc.blogspot.co.nz/ (a ‘sometimes’ blogger!)
  105. Sunil www.gunderia.com
  106. Jo http://dragonsinger57.com/
  107. Jorge  http://jorgeelc.wordpress.com/
  108. Miguel http://miguelvillanuevablog.blogspot.com/
  109. Gilda http://drpop.org/about/gildas-posts/
  110. Massimo http://the-em-blog.blogspot.com/
  111. Jana http://livetoolearn.blogspot.ca/
  112. Ingrid http://ludditeteacher.blogspot.co.at/
  113. Gretchen http://konotoksomanio.wordpress.com/
  114. Larissa  http://larissagsguimaraes.wordpress.com/
  115. Irene  http://edcmooclearning.wordpress.com/
  116. Dovile  http://dovilekurmyte.wordpress.com/
  117. German http://vikingolandia.wordpress.com
  118. Suzanne http://suzeq.tumblr.com
  119. Esperanza http://imooc.wordpress.com (for this course) and http://elearningxxi.blogspot.com
  120. Ha Le http://othiemjournal.blogspot.com/
  121. Biba www.datewithflorence.com
  122. Yogita http://yogitared8.blogspot.com/
  123. Mike http://mbohlmann.tumblr.com/
  124. Matt http://performingstatements.wordpress.com/
  125. Angelina  http://conversaverdeazul.wordpress.com/ (in Spanish too).
  126. Tania http://scriptogr.am/taniainteractive
  127. Martell http://martellsmooc.wordpress.com
  128. Kristin http://thinktechk.blogspot.com/
  129. Susana http://thelegacyofchange.blogspot.com.es/
  130. Barbra http://digital-education-boogie.blogspot.com
  131. Tino http://www.tinoseeber.de
  132. Dave http://innogenesis.info/

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