Massive Open Online Conferences (MOOCs)

Connecting Online for Instruction and Learning

MOOCs are massive open online conferences that take place once a year in the first full weekend of February. The first MOOC began in 2009.

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You’re invited to enroll in the 6th annual Connecting Online for 2015 (CO15) 3-day free Massive Open Online Conference (MOOC) on WizIQ. CO15 MOOC will take p...
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"Join CO15 online conference for 3 days over the weekend of February 6-8, 2015."
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CO15 Calendar of Events at Toronto EST

February 6, 2015 to February 8, 2015


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CO15 MOOC from February 6-8, 2015

Connecting Online MOOC

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About the Presenters

The presenters are educators who have volunteered their time to share how they connect online for instruction and learning. Click on their names to learn more about the presenters, to access the topic of the webinar, the description and the link to the live online class and the recording after the class. Learn more About the Presenters .

Presentations for CO15 MOOC

Massive Open Online Conferences (MOOCs) are the future. Let's connect on CO15 and learn online for 3 day, 33 hours, 36 presenters from February 6-8, 2015 on WizIQ. Click to enrol. Recordings will be available for those who join. Add the webinars to your Calendar.
Friday February 6 Saturday February 7 Sunday February 8
Opening Ceremony PoodLL on Moodle Digital Literacy and Higher Education
Collaborative Teamwork in an Online Learning Environment- Possibilities and Challenges Organizational aspects in e-learning: the issue of knowledge management EVO Minecraft MOOC
The EVOlution of Jan Connecting Online to Improve Instructional Learning© Our Peer-Reviewed World: where Evaluation by Peers Becomes the World of Social Media Overnight
Copyrighting Cyberspace: Teaching Old Dogs New Clicks Books on E-learning: Technology That Tutors Too many tools, too little time
Listening to Learners in Social Media Collaborative Online Learning Professional Learning Networks for Longlife Learners
Meeting in the Middle: Avoiding the Exploitative Pitfalls of Global Learning Using Student Feedback for Continual Improvement of Your Online Course English Teacher’s Technology Toolbox
How digital Marking and Flashcards Can Engage and Motivate Students Understanding Pair Work in Micro Teaching Online Reaching All Learners in the Digital Age
Out of Time: Can Story Inspire Deeper Learning? The End of Online Learning - the Beginning of Mobile Acquiring Language Skills Byte Sized Possibilities That Transform Our Teaching
From tech crappy to tech savvy Learning Based on Location- thewandering Designing and Evaluating Online Collaborative Projects
Learning Facilitation and hands onuse of Internet applications for Virtual Education for Teachers Setting Up and Running a MOOC on WizIQ: Lessons Learned and in Progress Teaching Technology Tools for Collaboration in K-20
PLCs Forever! Dealing with difficult students in the online classroom Closing Ceremony

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Let's Make CO15 Free Open Online Conference Massive!!!

Posted by Dr. Nellie Deutsch on January 29, 2015 at 6:00am 0 Comments

List of Webinars for the 3-day Event

Friday February 6, 2015

  1. Opening Ceremony…


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