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October 22, 2011

Announcement:

Title: Sunday 23 October Hangout 13:00 New York time
Preview:  ... Google + hangout tomorrow @ 13:00 New York time ... Check your connections and come join for some fun and giggles.  Check Google + Carol Yeager's home page stream for the live ...
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 22, 2011.

Participants' Blog Posts

This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the CMC11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.
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Post Title: #CMC11 Visual Culture
By CathyLAnderson, Feed Name: Cathy's Mixed Bag, distance education, photography
Preview: With somewhat of a researchers background I am motivated to try to define the study of the photographs and other images that I possess. It seems to me that being able to define such a study in acceptable research terms would give it more credibility. With that aim in mind I came across the term "visual culture." Visual culture is defined in various ways: According to Nicholas Mirzoeff' ....
[Read More] Sat, 22 Oct 2011 15:03:00 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: Where are we? Where are you?
By cyeager, Feed Name: CMC11
Preview: As we end week 6 and venture on to week 7 we would seem to be midway through this Learning Journey, or course, as highlighted in the acronym MOOC. This defines where we are in the time continuum. How do we define where we are in the connectivist learning and PLE continuum?The MOOC, Creativity and Multicultural Communication is a community of learners. As such, we are responsible for our own ....
[Read More] Sat, 22 Oct 2011 21:27:00 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: Taking for granted? #CMC11 MOOC
By Chrissi Nerantzi, Feed Name: Chrissi Nerantzi
Preview:
[Read More] Sat, 22 Oct 2011 11:17:49 +0000 [Comment]

New Discussions

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New Comments

These are individual comments posted today to the discussion threads (for new discussion threads, see the list above).

Title: Re: #CMC11 Google Plus Hangout on 10/23/11
Preview: Sunday sounds like a great day for a hangout. I'll look for you at 13:00
By BWheat () on October 22, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: Art Expressed in Science And Math
Preview: Let's talk more about this ... What might be all the ways we can connect art, science and math? How might we do that here, in this MOOC? I what ways do you see the connections being made through the existing technology of this MOOC?  Through other available, free, 
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 22, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: #CMC11 Google Plus Hangout on 10/17/11
Preview: So, would anyone like to hangout tomorrow, Sunday, 23 October?  How does 13:00 New York time sound?  I wil be there, so look in Google + on my profile to see if I am there, having the hangout ... then just ask to join.
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 22, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: My First Google Hang Out
Preview: Dani,I absolutely loved what you said about finding the adventerous child in you. We are all born with an adventerous spirit, but we get it schooled and disciplined out of us. Creativity seems to be just for kids because after kindergarten, or so, we are no longer encouraged to use our imaginations. We become ashamed of our "silly" drawings and learn that we need to know the "right" answer. ....
By BWheat () on October 22, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: Learning through play? @pgcap #coresep11 #CMC11 MOOC
Preview: I really like the phrase "mining for creativity" because some people - probably a lot of them - are not even aware of their hidden talents. Those who end up in gifted classes are very fortunate that their special genius was evident to others. A friend of mine took up miniature painting and sculpting at age 45 and has an amazing collection of her art now. She tells everyone that she decided ....
By BWheat () on October 22, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: Art Expressed in Science And Math
Preview: It's so funny that many people who are into the arts profess an intense dislike of math and science. I used to be one of them until I started learning about the magic of numbers and science. I never related math to music either until my math-wiz son taught himself to play several instruments and started composing around age 12.It would be great to have math, science, and art more
By BWheat () on October 22, 2011. [Reply]

New Twitter Posts

If you use the CMC11 tag on Twitter, your Twitter posts will be collected and listed here (note that harvesting only started Friday morning).

: Taking for granted? #CMC11 MOOC http://t.co/eQBTaeZ0 (2011-10-22T11:17:50Z)
: So glad this was added to #CMC11 - Innovation 101 http://t.co/exGWF15u via @WSJ (2011-10-22T15:42:56Z)
: Cathy's Mixed Bag, distance education, photography: #CMC11 Visual Culture http://t.co/F5nXTXdB (2011-10-22T15:04:01Z)
: #coresep11 CPS? What is that? Find out at http://t.co/SRZKk57k and engage in the conversation #CMC11 (2011-10-22T16:26:29Z)
: #coresep11 CPS? What is that? Find out at http://t.co/fr6G73Th and engage in the conversation #CMC11 (2011-10-22T16:26:28Z)
: Slides / @Downes "making a case for autonomy, then applying the four-factor model of autonomy to connectivist practice" #connectivism #cmc11 (2011-10-21T23:00:25Z)