In our connected course we spent two weeks delving into the idea of online collaborative inquiry. What does it mean to live and learn in a network society? Hoe does trust and network fluency affect how we learn?
I have remixed the assigned readings from our class into a video response. To do this I used a variety of tools:
- I did my remixing in Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker.
- I found sources from the #ccourses webinars on trust.
- I made a video defining online collaborative inquiry using Animoto.
- I used deviantart.com and Google presentations to create a talk on Participatory Learning
- These were recorded in SnagIt for Google Chrome (sorry for the choppy audio).
- I created a slidedeck and video using Explain Everything on my iPad.
The webmaker tools from Mozilla are an excellent resource to support connected learning. Webmaker tools are an open resource. They build off and support a remix culture. Most importantly they are easy for anyone to use.
Make. Hack. Play. Learn
Image Credit: The Art of Inquiry. Candace Nast. Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/9q9zSM