Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Networked Student with Transcript

A few people have requested a transcript for The Networked Student. You can access the transcript here.

The Networked Student is free for you to use in any way that is helpful to you. I would really appreciate any feedback you have or receive about the concept of the networked student.

13 comments:

Nancy J. said...

This is great. Clever and well done.
You are a hit as I have seen this posted by a multitude of bloggers on my Google reader.
Congrats to the students. They may be "going viral" in the tech world.

priya said...

please visit:

http://www.youknowster.com/jokes/view/368-you-know-you-are-web-20-when

Julie Lindsay said...

Thanks Wendy, I am sharing this with my 21st Century Learners group here in Qatar. I think our next meeting will focus on connectivism and how Web 2.0 fosters this. Our wiki is here: http://elearning.qataracademy.wikispaces.net/21C_Learners

English Teach said...

I love the video.
Thanks for sharing.

steve.shann said...

Thanks Wendy. It's so useful for us interested in spreading the word to hear educators like you put words to the potential for learning that Web 2.0 brings.

steve.shann said...

... and a further thing. I've just come across your blog, and have been leafing through recent posts. This course that you've been doing sounds very interesting. If nothing else, it has stimulated some wonderful writing from you. Can you tell me how I might find out more about it? Is it an online course, open to folks in other countries (I'm from Australia)?

KCPL YA said...

Thanks for your comment on the YA @ the Library blog, Wendy. I'm a huge fan of self-directed learning and love to put the idea out there to the general public that everyone can take advantage of the wealth of opportunities available via ever-evolving technologies. I also passed on the video link to my mom who emailed back to say she'd passed it on to the homeschooling listserv for the group where she's a consultant. Thank you so much for sharing!

Darren Draper said...

Well done, Wendy! Keep up the great work.

Sui Fai John Mak said...

I am so impressed with your video that I watched it over and over again.
Happy New Year, and wishing you to have a wonderful time this 2009.
May I invite you to join http://connectivismeducationlearning.ning.com/ ? You will find a lot of other CCK08 co-learners there, with Stephen and George.
John

Janelle said...

Great video with points that are so pertinent! I have shared this video with my staff via a wiki and credited you. I'm just trying to be viral in provoking change and new thoughts. Thank you for a very useful tool that can be shared.

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Deborah Augustiniak said...

Hi, I saw your video because I'm taking a french speaking cMOOC called ITyPA. I decided to subtitle it in french because it's very meaningful. The translation is ready, but I can't upload it to your video on Youtube (I don't have access to the option as I didn't publish it my self). I can send you the material (doc.srt) for you to upload it. I'm trying for hours to find any other solution, but didn't find :-( Thanks for helping
PS : Here's the page where I just publish about the video http://audece.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/letudiant-connecte/