The Open and Connected Learning Mooc (#oclmooc) ended on Thursday and since then real life has caught up with me. I have been online much less, and I haven’t been blogging on RhondaJessen or oclmooc. I have been thinking about everything that happened during and leading up to #oclmooc. I have been sketching out my reflections and mapping them on paper, but haven’t completed the blog posts yet. #oclmooc has shifted in my sight lines and I have been checking the feed less frequently.
But this evening I feel that something is missing. It’s Tuesday, there should be an #oclmooc Twitter chat. It would be an opportunity to connect with many of my #oclmooc friends, participants and co-conspirators, all at the same time. This weekend I realized that I met at least one new person in every #oclmooc Twitter chat that I participated in.
Note: I missed the Twitter chat when Verena met the Premier of Alberta
Tonight, Tuesday November 4th 2014, I miss the #oclmooc community.
Hello #oclmooc friends. I enjoyed connecting with you and exchanging and exploring ideas in our Twitter chats. As I reflect on our chats, posts, webinars and other conversations, and the conversations I have been watching for Connected Courses I feel fortunate to teach in a time when there are opportunities to connect and learn from and with other educators from around the globe.
I’ll be sharing my reflections in blog posts soon, but for now, it’s Tuesday and I miss my #oclmooc Twitter Chat.