Part One of the MOOC panel at 2013 Computers and Writing (@cwcon). Summarizes current Composition MOOCs and identifies differences with traditional composition courses. Presented on a panel with Matt Barton and Jack Hennes.
I co-presented this paper with my colleague, Jack Hannes, at the 11th International Symposium for Communication in the Millennium held May 22-24 at St. Cloud State University. The following is my portion of the roundtable presentation. (I apologize for the fragmented notes... Jack and I went back and forth during the presentation.)Definitions & BackgroundMOOCs, or massive … Continue reading (Re)Introducing MOOCs: The Worst Idea at the Best Time
Woot! I had a blast at my first Computers and Writing (2013) this weekend! A quick shout-out to the organizing team led by Jill Morris and the hosting university, Frostburg State University, MD, for a job well done. My panel consisted of Matt Barton (my thesis director), Jack Hennes, and myself, and we presented Friday … Continue reading #cwcon 2013