This site is an attempt to collect together a list of upcoming and in-progress connectivist MOOCs (massive open online courses).
For an explanation of the terminology, see What is a connectivist MOOC?.
|Course||Description||twitter #tag||Start date||End date|
|Digital Storytelling: The Headless Course (ds106)||Using digital tools so that ordinary people can tell their own real-life stories. This course will be part storytelling workshop, part technology training and, most importantly, critical interrogation of the digital landscape all around us||#ds106||26 August 2013||15 December 2013|
|Open online experience||Year-long K-16 professional development program focused on education technology. It is also, and more importantly, a community of educators who are sharing and learning together.||#ooe13||1 September 2013||31 May 2014|
|Spirit of the Land||A group of students and teachers at the University of Alberta are working together to reshape their connection to community and land. They will explore the spiritual dimensions of our ecological challenges.
They are connected with First Nations leaders, farmers, scholars and ecologists, and invite everyone to participate in this community-based initiative.
|#spiritoftheland||19 September 2013||12 December 2013|
|Play With Your Music||“a free, 6-week online course where you’ll make 3-5 songs of your very own, using the newest tools on the web. You’ll learn the in’s and out’s of audio production, while working with music you already know and love. Anyone with an interest in making music is welcome, and all you need is a computer and a browser.”||#pwym||1 November 2013||13 December 2013|
If there’s something missing, please suggest an addition to this list.
If you’re looking for a list of xMOOCs – courses from Udacity, Coursera, EdX and so on, the best resource is Class Central.