We got more than a course in edcmooc

This time I want enjoy and share my happy feelings around the edcmooc course. The heading is taken from a YouTube video, which JinShenHuang has implemented as her digital artefact. I think that her message completes my conceptual writings about our course. Peer to peer learning and sharing is the point, and it is well conveyed using visualising and short sentences. Jin’s video goes from heart to heart, thanks. And thanks to our technical miracle Andy Mitchell, who tweeted that source (and many others). I’ll embed the video to the end of this post.

My second thanks goes to Ping LW from New Zealand, who shares her image (from our Flickr competition) with Creative Commons, so I could choose her image to be the header of this blog.
The next two weeks we will be enjoying images and digital artefacts in edcmooc. Not bad at all 🙂


My final digital artefact #edcmooc

This is the last Wednesday to post your artefact. I did it at the moment “Submission due on Wed 27 Feb 4:00 pm (11 hours, 19 minutes)”. I am tired and happy. My work seems like a child’s homework if I compare it to others, so I do not compare. If you check this vimeo in JuBo’s blog, you understand what I mean. I am at the very beginning of digital expression. I write and combine some photos of my one, but I am interested in metaphors and visualizations.

My theme is Empowering in virtual context and I use myself as a case. I have lived through this empowering process about twenty years, not easy but enjoyable. I am glad that I found edcmooc and I wanted to participate until the end. No doubt that many discussions continue after this course.

There is neither voice not music in my presentation and I do not dare to add them. I am afraid to break all down. There is a link to “We are the Vikings” in YouTube, which I found during this course. It makes me empowered, the idea of digital viking is great.

Identity empowered