Online Content Construction
This module we’ll be looking at Online Content Construction. Online Content Construction was an area that I started to define in my dissertation and subsequent research. I wanted to create a guide for educators as they considered the skills and strategies students used to write, compose, or create digital content. I labeled this as students encoding and decoding meaning by constructing, redesigning, and reinventing texts.
During this time period I recommend that you read, view, and synthesize all of the readings and videos as well as the lecture that I shared. I would also recommend searching online to find what others say about online content construction. Write up a blog post reflecting about what you’ve learned.
Write up a blog post reflecting about what you’ve learned. What could/should online content construction look like in your classroom or discipline?
Responding to Module 4 of the ORMS MOOC
During Module 4, you have two blog posts. Post one is a response/reflection to the prompt on the syllabus and the Discussion and Badges page. In your blog posts and responses to this module, please be sure to link out to anything and everything that you reviewed during the module. It is suggested that you use Storify to document your learning throughout the module. Let us know what you read, your reflections about what you read, and how it will now inform your thinking and practice.
Share your post out to the Google+ Community, and out to your favorite social networks. Be sure to use the hashtags (#ORMSMOOC and #ed6671).
Badges for Module 4 of the ORMS MOOC
At the conclusion of Module 4, you are to complete materials and pledge/apply for the Online Content Construction Exemplar Badge. I’ll talk more in the next day or two to figure out what you need to do for the badge for this module. For now…just review the contents in Module 4 and start developing your Reflection post response.