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CMALT ocTEL webinar: Becoming certified drop-in session Wednesday, 28th May, at 12.30 BST | ocTEL 2014
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CMALT ocTEL webinar: Becoming certified drop-in session Wednesday, 28th May, at 12.30 BST

May 27, 2014 in CMALT, Course Information

As part of ocTEL we’ve been highlighting the linkages better the course and ALT’s Certified Membership of ALT (CMALT) in a series of blog posts. If you are interested in gaining accreditation as part of ocTEL, we have also set up a CMALT ocTEL group, an informal support network for everyone interested in CMALT. To find out more about CMALT we are running an informal drop in session on Wednesday, 28th May, at 12.30 BST. The session will be held in Blackboard Collaborate and you can join visiting http://go.alt.ac.uk/octel2014-cmalt-dropin (this session will NOT be recorded or streamed to YouTube).

The session will be led by members of the CMALT ocTEL group which includes assessors and CMALT holders.

1 response to The open course you cannot fail…

  1. Dear Maren

    “Lurkers” vs “Silent participants”?

    Here are a few other terms that could be used:

    vicarious learners?
    silent participants?
    viewer?
    Non-public user?
    legitimate peripheral participator?
    eyeballers?
    virtual participant?
    marginal participant?
    onlooker?
    passive observer?
    cognitive apprentices?
    potential member?
    proximate member?
    sympathiser?
    supporter?
    listener?
    tacit member?

    See Let’s get more positive about the term ‘lurker’

    http://www.groups-that-work.com/GTWedit/GTW/lurkerprojectcopworkshopspring03rev.pdf

    Which term best reflects the degree/ style/ of learning? If you read a book, but never talk about it, have you learned any less?

    Best wishes

    Charlotte

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