Rebecca J. Hogue

Introductions (or not) #clmooc

The first activity in #clmooc is to create an un-introduction – or really a re-introduction – that is to introduce yourself in a different way. A way that involves making and remixing. At the moment, introductions are one of the hardest things I do. I have no clue even where to start … Hello, my…

The new person experience in #clmooc

So, technically, #clmooc starts tomorrow, and yet my Facebook stream seems to be flooded with posts from people doing stuff for #clmooc. I’m actually rather lost in this whole process. I have no clue what #clmooc is. I don’t have a sense of what it involves, or what I need to do for it. Since…

Why does learning have to be fun? #minimedschool

Why does learning have to be fun? Why isn’t informative enough? I am taking a MOOC (free massively open online course) called Mini Medical School, available on the Canvas Network (http://canvas.net), hosted by the University of Colorado at Denver. I found the first week of video clips to be very well done and informative. The…

Virtually Connect with @profrehn, @MiaZamoraPhD, and @AnaSalter at #HASTAC2015

Friday May 29, 2015, we did our second, post-et4buddy hangout and the first official Hangout to be announced and posted on the Virtually Connecting website. In this post, I’m going to talk a bit about our hangout. This post is cross-posted to Rebecca’s website,  Virtual Connecting, and Rebecca’s HASTAC blog (I was a HASTAC Scholar before I…