My Intro for #ETMOOC

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I’m using the #ETMOOC experience as an excuse to push the boundaries of my thoughts surrounding online, participatory learning, technology, identity, community and a lot of psychological assumptions that may very well be culturally conditioned and perhaps without warrant. I want to explore the current conceptions (and misconceptions) of technology in education, digital networks, the constraints that we as a culture have applied to our own learning processes and how the possibility of being autonomous and anonymous while learning affects my own perception of self.

In other words, I consider myself schooled on most of the topics in #etmooc, but want to learn about the things that happen in the experience, outside of the topics. The things between the lines.

I also want to encourage and inspire others to BE THE GIRL.

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  3 comments for “My Intro for #ETMOOC

  1. Abigail Rudner
    January 23, 2013 at 4:35 am

    Love the captions!

  2. Abigail Rudner
    January 23, 2013 at 4:35 am

    I love the captions!

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