Hybrid Pedagogy offers a new academic publishing model influenced by digital culture. To join the conversation, comment on the most recent articles, visit the commons, and tweet relevant media to @hybridped. We're currently publishing short-form collaboratively peer-reviewed articles and multimedia work related (however loosely) to digital and analog pedagogy. See the submissions page for additional information or contact us at email@example.com.
MOOC MOOC is a series of massive open online courses that seek to investigate, disarm, dissect, reinvent, and get imaginative about massive open online courses. In August 2012 and January 2013, we examined what MOOCs are, where learning happens in (and not in) MOOCs, participant pedagogy, how assessment happens in MOOCs, and why we're so interested in this latest educational strategy. MOOC MOOC participants work both inside and outside of Canvas, with Twitter chats, collaborative work in Google Docs, and more. Connectivist in nature, MOOC MOOC works to place learners alongside learners in an inspection of the nature of online learning. Check out what we've published about MOOCs over the last year.