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Let’s start using a forum

In our first Flashmeeting we mentioned that we are going to set up a forum for course related topics and organisational issues.

Here it comes.
Click on the link
Click on “sign in”.
As you don’t have an account, click on “create one”
Fill in the required fields and wait for our approval to become a member.

The purpose of this forum is to have ongoing discussions about the emerging concepts, content related aspects, organisational issues of the course, questions and problems you have during this course or whatever comes to your mind and you want to discuss it with this group. Like a “backchanneling” option…

It is a rather simple and easy forum, but feel free to play around with it, exploring its possibilities and initiate new discussions. The content will be visible only for registered members.

We strongly encourage you to take initiative and control for starting learning conversations…

Categories: announcements
  1. September 15, 2012 at 01:07

    Alright. I started a first, rather general, thread there, titled “Procedural aspects of the course: comments, questions, etc.”

  2. September 18, 2012 at 23:32

    OK, registered. Waiting. In the meantime I hope you can clarify the 5th task? I would like to do it before the weekend, but I cant imagine how to produce a conceptual framework that could acurrately explain mediated human activities, and based on our previous work, I welcome any advise. I would need more specific feedback on what I have been doing so far, I am afraid.

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