Have you always wanted to hear my opinions on MOOCs but been unable to bring yourself to search through the MOOCs tag of this blog (or read the papers, or look at Twitter, or . . . never mind). Well … Continue reading “MOOCs as a mechanism for behavioural change” →
What rights do people have over their pet’s image?
I am on annual leave this week, which is glorious, particularly as there are so many developments in the pipeline at work. Lots of exciting things coming up. Look out for MOOC news coming soon, as well as some news … Continue reading “Fluffy Friday – More Animal Welfare Teaching” →
Where have we been this week? Mostly busy with the Animal Welfare and Behaviour MOOC on Coursera – so apologies for the lack of postings this week. Check out our Friday HangOut for some classic MOOC action 🙂
Fluffy Fridays have fallen by the wayside a bit as I keep up with the MOOC. This week has been a really interesting experience and in some ways, a lot of the discussions I was expecting, haven’t happened in the … Continue reading “Fluffy Friday – Internet Roundup” →
Please do forgive the bragging in this post’s title. But I have. I have lectured to 27000 students this week. Our MOOC went live on Monday and people are still signing up, which is all kinds of mindblowing. From the … Continue reading “I Lectured to 27000 Students This Week” →
In preparation for our MOOC, we’ve become a little obsessive. Every time I check the student count the numbers go up – we’re currently sitting at a staggering 19,129 students and roughly 6.7% of you have taken part in our … Continue reading “Fluffy Friday – MOOC Countdown” →