Our course could be your life(style): Tales of MOOC revisiting learners 2015-2020

Abstract Many studies have identified crucial factors that impact learner engagement in online courses, particularly free to join courses like MOOCs and have explored aspects of openness, freeness, production values, retention strategies and the impact of MOOCs on digital teaching and learning, but little has been said about learners who continue to revisit the same […]

I don’t always require an affirmation, but when I do, I prefer the Bene Gesserit’s litany against fear

Inspired by Tom Woodwards’s Dune-themed tweet on 24 April 2014, Rhys Fulber and Bill Leeb’s production on Fear Factory’s Fear Is the Mindkiller EP and the Bene Gesserit’s litany against fear and based on Jan Vantomme’s Drawing text and Running your sketch on an Android device  Processing recipes on Github, I created this portable litany against fear as […]

Fang it! Live to Air from the ‘Last Chance’

I absolutely love Ruari and his radio show ‘Fang it’ which rocks out every Thursday from 5.00 — 7.00 on PBS 106.7FM Melbourne. On Thursday 22 November, Fang it! was live to air from The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar in North Melbourne. I went along to listen. Super-fun!

It’s been a while…indeed

In November 2016, I was lucky enough to travel to Hong Kong for work. In the extremely limited time that I was there, I discovered @hkitskateboardshop squirelled away up a flight of stairs on #GRANVILLEROAD in #TSIMSHATSUI There, I bought some shoes, a shop t-shirt and shop board. The board is particularly unique, with the […]

Research plan – They’re back! To what extent and in what ways do particular pedagogical dimensions, or combinations of, contribute to repeated learner participation in an online course over consecutive or non-consecutive runs?

Introduction Since their emergence in the mid-2000s, massive open online courses (MOOCs) have been predicated on making learning available to everyone, and at scale. Much effort has been spent analysing data generated by MOOC participants (eg., Guo, Kim & Rubin, 2014; Savage, 2009; Wang, 2017) to determine if video production methods, format, style, type or […]

Literature review: They always come: An assessment of pedagogical dimensions, or combinations of, that could possibly contribute to repeated participation by learners in an online course over multiple instances

Introduction Since their emergence in the mid-2000s, massive open online courses (MOOC) have been predicated on making learning available to everyone, and at scale. While the use of instructional video by educators isn’t new to face-to-face or online learning experiences, it does serve as a critical and primary means of content delivery in a MOOC. […]

Awish

Awish is an persistent digital dandelion experience for mobile devices. Hold the dandelion, blow and then make a wish. I hope your wish comes true.

Stomp’N’Stack – January 2018

My submission for January’s Stomp ‘N’ Stack. I’m missing a few from the trick list, but stoked that I was able to submit my measly edit all the same. Looking forward to the next trick list. Rowan Peter from STOMP’N’STACK SKATEBOARDING on Vimeo. JANUARY TRICK LIST: Your team needs to film at least 3 tricks […]

Getting to know the ledge edge

Getting to know the ledge. A post shared by Repurposed Ruin (@repurposed_ruin) on Dec 19, 2017 at 6:04pm PST Learning to work the edges of the ledges. pic.twitter.com/C1msMXBJ6F — Rowan Peter (@rowan_peter) December 20, 2017 Pay to play. pic.twitter.com/fGKIU0oeqe — Rowan Peter (@rowan_peter) December 22, 2017

New kerb. Old car park.

New kerb. Old car park. A post shared by Repurposed Ruin (@repurposed_ruin) on Nov 26, 2017 at 3:49am PST

‘fetti

Celebrate everyday awesomeness with ‘fetti. Personal or public celebrations and congratulations. Analogue or digital.

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