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Introduction from James Little

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    James Little
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    Hi Everyone,
    Hi All,

    Glad to be part of the ocTEL experience! I’ve created some introductory thoughts on a blog (which needs more setting up) that ocTEL has finally inspired me to start:

    http://learningtechnologist.co.uk/2013/04/09/octel-an-introduction-and-welcome-edmooc/

    I look forward to meeting and discussing in the other online areas (forums and twitter) and meeting people.

    James.

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    ShunaMarr
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    Thanks for the post James. I read your blog and also your tips and tricks – I could have done with that on day 1 but here I am on day 4 and an old hand at it already (Lol) such is the steep learning curve of participating in a MOOC (4 days ago I had never even heard the term MOOC before). At the moment it all feels a bit of a disorganised rabble, however, I agree with your comment that you get out what you put in, so I shall continue to push the boundaries of my comfort zone until it all gets more familiar. All the best.

    Shuna

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    James Little
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    Hi Shuna,

    Thanks very much for your reply – good to hear from you.  I guess the other thing about MOOCs is trying to keep up with some of the activity (as you can see from my delayed reply!).

    Hope you are getting on well – and have you conisdered keeping a blog or diary of your ocTEL experience?

    James.

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