Jenny Mackness

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Recent Posts

The Evolution of Cooperation
Practical benefits of studying the biological evolution of cooperation
An alternative perspective on the meaning of ‘open’ in Higher Education
ALT-C 2013 Learning in the Open
Imagism, interpretation and education
Learning in a Small, Task–Oriented, Connectivist MOOC: Pedagogical Issues and Implications for Higher Education
cMOOCs and xMOOCs – key differences
Openness, constraint and emergence
Learner support in MOOCs. An alternative perspective
Freire, MOOCs and Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Questions about rhizomatic learning
An Alternative Perspective on Group Dynamics
Principles for Rhizomatic Thinking
Further thoughts and discussion about rhizomatic learning
Working in Blackboard
Open teaching and learning
No script for rhizomatic learning
New structures (MOOCs) demand new ethics?
Some big issues in online teaching
Synesthesia: From Cross-Modal to Modality-Free Learning and Knowledge
The Micro and the Macro of the EdTech World
Questions about online ‘openness’
Edinburgh University’s updated Manifesto for Teaching Online – 2015
#fslt12 MOOC – Week zero – discussion has started
Open Educational Resources and Pedagogy
Research Survey
CCK08 Research Papers
#PLENK2010 Assessment in distributed networks
The Tyranny of Teaching Content
Is lurking ever indefensible?
What's wrong with MOOCs? Some thoughts
Recording of Etienne Wenger’s talk
Mobile learning: A tutor in your pocket
Change MOOC starts Mon 12th Sept 2011….
Constraints and Change in ChangeMooc
A New MOOC for May/June – First Steps into Teaching in FE/HE
#Change11- Half way point reflections
Connectivism and Dimensions of Individual Experience
The place of ‘the teacher’ in relation to open content
IRRODL – A new edition has been published
‘Open space rewards consensus and punishes dissent’
First Steps in Learning and Teaching MOOC – Update
Scholarship and the 'Tyranny' of Openness
Caught between a MOOC and a hard place
Footprints of Emergence
#NRC01PL Personal Learning MOOC Week 1
The rhizome: A problematic metaphor for teaching and learning in a MOOC

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