CCK11: Institutional and/versus networked learning
April 15, 2011 8 Comments
Below is my final project for our Connectivism course; I will admit that I went a little over the top. I wanted to do something fun and multimedia, and I ended up spending an enormous amount of time on this. I think it’s because in my work life I don’t get much of an opportunity to really do something that engages me or requires me to learn new things. Our CCK2011 course has been great for me in that way; I feel that my brain’s been in mothballs for the last decade after graduate school, and this course pulled it out of the back of the closet and shook out the dust.
I’m taking a step and putting something out that I don’t think is perfect, that I’m pretty sure will crash someone’s computer, all in the spirit of contributing to networked learning. Even if you say, “OMG, I’ll never do that,” I guess then you’ve learned something useful. The film’s a little silly and quite amateurish, but I sure had fun figuring it all out! (P.S. It has soundâ€”sometimes loud, though I tried to mitigate thatâ€”and it’s about 11 1/2 minutes long.)
Gosh, I feel like I just got used to this course, and now it’s ending…. TTFN!
- Windows MovieMaker
- RealPlayer Converter
- TapeMachine (on Droid)