Evidence visible to group members and anyone with the link
Share evidence of your participation in #CLMOOC 2016. You might upload a link to a make you created, or a Hangout you viewed, or a tweet you wrote. In the spirit of #CLMOOC, you choose the evidence of your participation.
All posted evidence
I worked with Ron L. and Kevin H. to revive the badge program for CLMOOC. This Badgelist group reflects our accomplishments.
Do you like badges? Then you'll love this. Last week Lauren Zucker asked if CLMOOC 2016 was planning on issuing a badge for participation, and when she found out there were no plans to do so, she stepped up to make it all happen.
About 5 years ago
Mini lesson on remixing and licensing of shared material
I recently read Holly Korbey's article "Books Teachers Share: Inspired to Join the Doodle Revolution" on MindShift and thought about all the times I've told students to stop doodling and start paying attention. I thought about all the times I caught myself marking up the margins of a notepad with random swirlies and curly cues.
In the lead up to this years #clmooc, I've been scrolling through Twitter more than usual. Early this morning I found the latest DS106 Daily Create and was caught up in the task it posed: write an eight word memoir using the "Pixar Story Spine". What, I thought, is the "Pixar Story Spine"?
Yesterday Daniel posted a link to last year's CLMooc Google map, and that prompted me to set one up for this year (link here if the embed does not work) To pin yourself to this map, navigate to where you live then click on the 'pin' icon and then click on the Google Map.