Someone once said: After a great storm, comes a great silence.

That whats accoured to the #edcmooc i think. At the end and a little after we where a lot who talked about how to work forward after the course, but it all seems to be almost silent now. There is a reading club over at goodreadings.com, but i personally don’t have time for it atm. But is the aftermath of the great #edcmooc really gone totally silent.

if the 42000 participants was true, there must be someone out there thinking the same as me. I know i got some people on twitter and g+ who i still talk with and that is great and this is no offence on them. Maybe this is just a tale of a geek trying to find his way back into the “normal” rutines after 5 intensive weeks.

I can see on coursera that there is a new one comming up sometime later this year, and a part of me is telling me to do it again, because there is new people, new ideas, new things to explore and hopefully new people to come into my online PLN.

Now new courses from coursera is making their ways into my online time, trying to relearn python and see it an educational way maybe offer programming classes then i get used to it again.

so until the next #edcmooc cya all around and i will proberly pop up there again.

This blog isn’t gonna die because of the silent aftermath, next project on this is to redesign it a little bit and making a helping list of tools i use around the web to help me and my colleagues with teaching and other stuff.

Beem me up scotty..

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Someone once said: After a great storm, comes a great silence.

That whats accoured to the #edcmooc i think. At the end and a little after we where a lot who talked about how to work forward after the course, but it all seems to be almost silent now. There is a reading club over at goodreadings.com, but i personally don’t have time for it atm. But is the aftermath of the great #edcmooc really gone totally silent.

if the 42000 participants was true, there must be someone out there thinking the same as me. I know i got some people on twitter and g+ who i still talk with and that is great and this is no offence on them. Maybe this is just a tale of a geek trying to find his way back into the “normal” rutines after 5 intensive weeks.

I can see on coursera that there is a new one comming up sometime later this year, and a part of me is telling me to do it again, because there is new people, new ideas, new things to explore and hopefully new people to come into my online PLN.

Now new courses from coursera is making their ways into my online time, trying to relearn python and see it an educational way maybe offer programming classes then i get used to it again.

so until the next #edcmooc cya all around and i will proberly pop up there again.

This blog isn’t gonna die because of the silent aftermath, next project on this is to redesign it a little bit and making a helping list of tools i use around the web to help me and my colleagues with teaching and other stuff.

Beem me up scotty..

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