2018-08-30 “What are MOOCs useful for?”

30-08-18 vwer_002Transcript of the Virtual Worlds Education Roundtable: August 30 2018
Topic:  “What are MOOCs useful for?”
Lightly edited for typos by Sheila Yoshikawa; photo by Sheila Yoshikawa 

[2018/08/30 11:05] Sheila Yoshikawa: Hi everyone, and welcome to the Virtual Worlds Education Roundtable. We normally meet on Thursdays at 12 noon SLT for an hour. 8pm In UK, 3pm EST. Today is an exception so we don’t clash with a VWMOOC event.
[2018/08/30 11:05] Sheila Yoshikawa: VWER is a forum to educate and inform the community about issues that are important and relevant to education in virtual worlds. This is a public meeting, so we will be keeping and publishing a transcript. The transcripts can be found at https://vwer.info/ The VWER continues to develop a community of educators from around the world.
[2018/08/30 11:06] Sheila Yoshikawa: Please join the VWER group here in SL. If you are on Facebook, or Google+ please join our group there. Our group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/159154226946/, and our Google+ community at https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/101630374387475211030
[2018/08/30 11:06] Sheila Yoshikawa: I am moderating today. The topic for this week’s meeting will be: “What are MOOCs useful for?”
[2018/08/30 11:06] Sheila Yoshikawa: Let’s start as we normally do and introduce ourselves. As usual we will be in text chat for the whole session.
[2018/08/30 11:07] Sheila Yoshikawa: I teach and research in the Information School, University of Sheffield, UK
[2018/08/30 11:07] ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): Why a MOOC is better than a conference. https://virtualoutworlding.blogspot.com/2017/08/2017-edu-ww-tech-generation-visit-to.html
[2018/08/30 11:07] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): Dan Holt, I teach English at Lansing Community College in Lansing, MI.
[2018/08/30 11:07] Marly (marly.milena): Niela Miller, M.S. Education/Communications- Gestalt therapist, composer, musician, artist, actor, educator, trainer, coach, educational designer, facilitator. In SL since 2007. Founder: Octagon:Creative Exploration. Creator of Symbolic Modeling (SymMods) in SL. See http://www.peoplesystemspotential.com for more.
[2018/08/30 11:08] Sheila Yoshikawa: Anyone else?
[2018/08/30 11:08] Sheila Yoshikawa: also, thanks Selby
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: actually that could be a discussion question later on!
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: I thought I would start by stating the obvious i.e. that MOOC means
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: Massive
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: Open
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: Online
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: Course
[2018/08/30 11:09] ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): Yes — I gave my views in the article
[2018/08/30 11:09] Claudio Earnshaw: i just have an interest in science education and SL
[2018/08/30 11:09] Sheila Yoshikawa: i.e. that there is structure to the learning it is not just a collection of items
[2018/08/30 11:10] Sheila Yoshikawa: and “open” normally that it is accessible and that it is free of charge
[2018/08/30 11:10] Sheila Yoshikawa: I thought I would present some fairly recent research – by “present” I mean just type the essentials in chat
[2018/08/30 11:11] Sheila Yoshikawa: some research identifying “archetypes” of MOOC learner
[2018/08/30 11:11] Sheila Yoshikawa: before that I will just ask – who here has been a MOOC learner or a MOOC educator? I have been both
[2018/08/30 11:11] Marly (marly.milena): Both
[2018/08/30 11:11] ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): Both
[2018/08/30 11:11] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): Neither.
[2018/08/30 11:12] Sheila Yoshikawa: I am contributing to the VWMOOC but also I am an educator in a MOOC from FutureLearn, one of the big MOOC platforms
[2018/08/30 11:12] Sheila Yoshikawa: It is called “Exploring Play” a 7 week MOOC and it just finished running for the 5th time
[2018/08/30 11:12] Marly (marly.milena): (For newbies, VWMOOC is Virtual Worlds….)
[2018/08/30 11:13] Sheila Yoshikawa: The research I will just describe briefly was carried out by FutureLearn and I have links I will give you
[2018/08/30 11:13] Sheila Yoshikawa: Thanks Marly
[2018/08/30 11:13] Sheila Yoshikawa: So last year, they carried out a survey
[2018/08/30 11:13] Sheila Yoshikawa: Hi
[2018/08/30 11:13] Marly (marly.milena): Oftem it is happening in virtual and on the web, and sometimes simultaneously in a physical conference
[2018/08/30 11:13] Sheila Yoshikawa: I am just introducing a way of characterising MOOC learners
[2018/08/30 11:14] Sheila Yoshikawa: So I will give the link and then summarise
[2018/08/30 11:14] Sheila Yoshikawa: https://about.futurelearn.com/research-insights/learners-part-1
“We designed a survey asking learners to tell us about their motivations for learning with FutureLearn, their preferences and behaviours across the platform and their personal lifestyle choices. This was sent to existing learners from our global database and resulted in nearly 7,000 responses.
[2018/08/30 11:14] Sheila Yoshikawa: BTW FutureLearn runs a very wide range of MOOCs, and has had several million people register for one or more MOOCs
[2018/08/30 11:14] Sheila Yoshikawa: “The results were collated and studied, resulting in us grouping our learners into 7 different types of people, or archetypes. We had some fun brainstorming names for these groups and came up with the following: Advancers, Explorers, Preparers, Fixers, Flourishers, Hobbyists, Vitalisers. In addition, each of the 7 archetypes fit into one of three different areas”
[2018/08/30 11:15] Sheila Yoshikawa: so they explain what these archetypes are in another few blog posts, I will just type in the basics
[2018/08/30 11:15] Sheila Yoshikawa: But, for those who have been involved in MOOCs, it would be interesting to know what you think of them
[2018/08/30 11:15] Sheila Yoshikawa: OK first of all
[2018/08/30 11:16] Sheila Yoshikawa: Work and Study
[2018/08/30 11:16] Sheila Yoshikawa: These are “Learners who use FutureLearn primarily to enhance career prospects”
[2018/08/30 11:16] Sheila Yoshikawa: and the researchers identified three categories within that
[2018/08/30 11:16] Sheila Yoshikawa: Advancers, Explorers, Preparers
[2018/08/30 11:17] Sheila Yoshikawa: so, fo example if you go to the link you’ll see that
[2018/08/30 11:17] Sheila Yoshikawa: “Advancers are on their chosen career path. They’re ambitious and self-motivated to do better, progress and not stagnate. They are likely to be employed full-time and a greater proportion are from the 26-35 age group. The highest representation of Advancers were found in Asia (36%) Europe (30%) and Africa (18%). Advancers made up the highest purchasers of upgrades on the FutureLearn Platform”
[2018/08/30 11:18] Sheila Yoshikawa: unsurprisingly, one of the things they mention is whether this “archetype” tends to pay the extra (taking the MOOC is free) to get continued access to the MOOC and a certificate
[2018/08/30 11:18] Marly (marly.milena): Were all the participants non-U.S.?
[2018/08/30 11:18] Sheila Yoshikawa: So that was the first group
[2018/08/30 11:18] Sheila Yoshikawa: they were from around the world
[2018/08/30 11:18] Sheila Yoshikawa: the respondents
[2018/08/30 11:18] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): (I was one ☺)
[2018/08/30 11:18] Sheila Yoshikawa: I’m not sure that they say in this what the breakdown was
[2018/08/30 11:19] Sheila Yoshikawa: ;-))
[2018/08/30 11:19] Sheila Yoshikawa: oh great!
[2018/08/30 11:19] Marly (marly.milena): I am just surprised not to see any U.S. stats in that percentage response!
[2018/08/30 11:19] Sheila Yoshikawa: perhaps there were more in the other groups?
[2018/08/30 11:20] Marly (marly.milena): We shall see….LOL
[2018/08/30 11:20] Sheila Yoshikawa: Personal Life was the next major category
[2018/08/30 11:20] Sheila Yoshikawa: ” Learners who use FutureLearn primarily to positively affect a problem in their personal life
[2018/08/30 11:20] Sheila Yoshikawa: and the two archetypes were
Fixers, Flourishers
[2018/08/30 11:20] Sheila Yoshikawa: and finally
[2018/08/30 11:20] Sheila Yoshikawa: Leisure category
[2018/08/30 11:21] Sheila Yoshikawa: Learners who learn for ‘the love of learning’ or to satisfy their curiosity/interest in a hobby or community activity
[2018/08/30 11:21] Sheila Yoshikawa: Yes so I didn’t have time to set this up as a proper presentation
[2018/08/30 11:21] Sheila Yoshikawa: so I do not have all the stats at my fingertips
[2018/08/30 11:22] Sheila Yoshikawa: But I thought it was an interesting classification
[2018/08/30 11:22] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): Sheila, I’m not sure what is meant by Vitalisers?
[2018/08/30 11:22] Sheila Yoshikawa: “Vitalisers learn as a hobby and for the love of learning. They may be proud to call themselves lifelong learners, occupying themselves by learning anything of personal interest. They see learning as an enjoyable and stimulating activity, perhaps even an indulgence. The majority of vitalisers were retired and more likely to come from Europe (63%). Vitalisers had the highest number of enrolments of all archetypes.”
[2018/08/30 11:22] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): This is a good summary
[2018/08/30 11:23] Sheila Yoshikawa: as opposed to Hobbyists
[2018/08/30 11:23] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): Ah, cool.
[2018/08/30 11:23] Sheila Yoshikawa: Hobbyists learn in order to support their existing personal projects, leisure activities and pastimes. Our courses complement, inform and enable their activities. A high proportion of Hobbyists were retired and therefore more likely to be in the 56-75 age group and 61% of them were from Europe. Hobbyists had the best activation rate and the best full participation rate in comparison with other learners on the platform.
[2018/08/30 11:23] Sheila Yoshikawa: I will also pick out “flourishers”
[2018/08/30 11:23] Sheila Yoshikawa: “Flourishers enjoy self-help learning in order to be happy and healthy in their personal and professional lives. They may learn to be calm, manage stress, be enriched, build self-esteem, gain motivation, help others and/or share what they learn. Like Fixers, they come from a wide range of ages and employment, however, the highest proportion tended to come from Europe (40%). Flourishers had one of the highest number of enrolments per group.”
[2018/08/30 11:24] Sheila Yoshikawa: actually, Marly, perhaps there were not so many from North America.
[2018/08/30 11:24] Sheila Yoshikawa: The universities are mostly from Europe, and some from Australasia
[2018/08/30 11:25] Sheila Yoshikawa: One of my students is doing some analysis of comments in the “Exploring Play” MOOC
[2018/08/30 11:26] Sheila Yoshikawa: it looks like the motivation that people give on an initial questionnaire (which is analysed by FutureLearn using the archetypes) may not be what emerges when they introduce themselves and get into the MOOC itself
[2018/08/30 11:26] Sheila Yoshikawa: which doesn’t surprise me
[2018/08/30 11:26] Sheila Yoshikawa: OK I have chatted a lot
[2018/08/30 11:26] Sheila Yoshikawa: But I wondered
[2018/08/30 11:26] Marly (marly.milena): So this makes me curious about how U.S. participants would either run parallel to, or depart from, learners in other parts of the world!
[2018/08/30 11:27] Sheila Yoshikawa: I will try and find out the composition of the sample but probably not during this session!
[2018/08/30 11:27] Marly (marly.milena): Yup
[2018/08/30 11:27] Marly (marly.milena): Just wondering
[2018/08/30 11:27] Sheila Yoshikawa: Do you think they would be a totally different type?
[2018/08/30 11:28] Marly (marly.milena): Also, there is not a distinction between Experiential Learners and other types
[2018/08/30 11:28] Sheila Yoshikawa: I have learnt a bit more about MOOCs on other continents e.g. in India they are popular, but they are state-supported MOOCs very specifically targeted to help with formal learning
[2018/08/30 11:28] Sheila Yoshikawa: Marly, do you think that is something that is kind of another dimension – e.g.
[2018/08/30 11:29] Sheila Yoshikawa: could you be an experiential learner and any of these archetypes depending on your need at a specific time?
[2018/08/30 11:29] Marly (marly.milena): I think it would be a major distinction for learning types.
[2018/08/30 11:29] Sheila Yoshikawa: I think the archetypes are more about motivation to learn?
[2018/08/30 11:29] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): Regarding the information about where they are from, There might be a difference between those who enroll for free and those who pay.
[2018/08/30 11:29] Marly (marly.milena): I am motivated by “hands-on” and not by lectures
[2018/08/30 11:29] Marly (marly.milena): Does
[2018/08/30 11:30] Sheila Yoshikawa: rather than types of learner – rather than types of learner in terms of overall style and preference of learning
[2018/08/30 11:30] Marly (marly.milena): not matter what the subject matter is (for me)
[2018/08/30 11:30] Marly (marly.milena): OK, just sayin”…I will shut up now :-))))
[2018/08/30 11:31] Sheila Yoshikawa: lol no need to shut up, I didn’t do this research, I just thought it might be interesting to discuss ;-))
[2018/08/30 11:31] Sheila Yoshikawa: @Nahi yes they have said that some of the motivations are connected with greater willingness to pay
[2018/08/30 11:32] Sheila Yoshikawa: to use marketing jargon
[2018/08/30 11:32] Claudio Earnshaw: I am more interested on some subjects and if there is room to discuss them with experts
[2018/08/30 11:32] Sheila Yoshikawa: so the experts being there to interact with, that would be important for you?
[2018/08/30 11:32] Claudio Earnshaw: for me, absolutely
[2018/08/30 11:33] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): and from the content of the comments in the different courses, you can see that there is a variety of participants,
[2018/08/30 11:33] Sheila Yoshikawa: yes and I think varying not just according to the subject but also how it is taught
[2018/08/30 11:33] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): experts and novel participants in the field
[2018/08/30 11:33] Marly (marly.milena): That’s tricky. Some people with degrees (ie proclaimed experts) don’t know as much as some without degrees who have been out in the field for a long time
[2018/08/30 11:34] Sheila Yoshikawa: sometimes the experts can be the other learners
[2018/08/30 11:34] Claudio Earnshaw: when I say expert I don’t mean only degree
[2018/08/30 11:34] Sheila Yoshikawa: too
[2018/08/30 11:34] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): exactly, and the participant can see the difference which might influence their decision in registering in other MOOCs
[2018/08/30 11:34] Sheila Yoshikawa: This is the MOOC I am an “educator” on
[2018/08/30 11:34] Sheila Yoshikawa: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/play
[2018/08/30 11:35] Sheila Yoshikawa: and although the FutureLearn platform is not what I’d call experiential learning
[2018/08/30 11:35] Sheila Yoshikawa: there are loads of comment threads
[2018/08/30 11:35] Sheila Yoshikawa: and people do make a lot of comments
[2018/08/30 11:35] Sheila Yoshikawa: I was more sceptical about it before the MOOC ran than I am now
[2018/08/30 11:36] Sheila Yoshikawa: actually on this MOOC, although there isn’t a huge amount of interaction
[2018/08/30 11:36] Marly (marly.milena): Golly, if a course on the Importance of Play does not actually engage people in playing, it would not attract me
[2018/08/30 11:36] Sheila Yoshikawa: from the comments you can see people are getting something out of it, and one thing s is that very often they are asked to observe or use their memories to recall play , and also challenged
[2018/08/30 11:37] Sheila Yoshikawa: so there’s a week on play and disability, I lead the week on virtual worlds play
[2018/08/30 11:37] Sheila Yoshikawa: yes, Marly it isn’t a “playful” platform
[2018/08/30 11:38] Sheila Yoshikawa: but actually in recalling playful things and looking at play as I said some people do say they have changed their ideas
[2018/08/30 11:38] Marly (marly.milena): That’s why I like our WBH Inspiration Island sim; everything on it is intended to engage people in interactive activity
[2018/08/30 11:38] Sheila Yoshikawa: So! one thing I think Maggie Larimore would also be interested in knowing
[2018/08/30 11:38] Sheila Yoshikawa: is about the VWMOOC
[2018/08/30 11:38] Sheila Yoshikawa: and whether that has seemed – like a MOOC
[2018/08/30 11:38] Sheila Yoshikawa: and how/why that has been useful
[2018/08/30 11:39] Sheila Yoshikawa: and I think some of you have been involved in that
[2018/08/30 11:39] Marly (marly.milena): I loved finding the Writing Mooc, have gone twice and intend to continue/. We actually write and share our little pieces
[2018/08/30 11:39] Sheila Yoshikawa: to me it doesn’t seem “massive” but it fulfils other aspects of “MOOC”
[2018/08/30 11:40] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): maybe it has diverse tools
[2018/08/30 11:40] Sheila Yoshikawa: Yes @nahi
[2018/08/30 11:40] Sheila Yoshikawa: that’s is a good aspect of MOOCs to consider
[2018/08/30 11:40] Sheila Yoshikawa: a lot of tools used in the VWMOOC
[2018/08/30 11:40] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): people might feel overwhelmed
[2018/08/30 11:41] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): whereas it is good to have a wide use of them in order to make it interactive
[2018/08/30 11:41] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): not so wide although
[2018/08/30 11:41] Sheila Yoshikawa: yes, actually our students on Masters programmes complain about too many tools being used sometimes
[2018/08/30 11:41] Marly (marly.milena): I used three different approaches in the MOOC I led–a short film, a demo, and an interaction with audience
[2018/08/30 11:41] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): /me nods
[2018/08/30 11:42] Sheila Yoshikawa: @nahi I have found that there are some I can’t use but some I can
[2018/08/30 11:42] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): yes, a kind of structure that participants can count on
[2018/08/30 11:42] Sheila Yoshikawa: I couldn’t use zoom, my uni blocks something that is vital for it
[2018/08/30 11:42] Marly (marly.milena): In the time I had, that was the best way to introduce my Symbolic Modeling
[2018/08/30 11:42] Sheila Yoshikawa: even though I have a good computer, still something I couldn’t access
[2018/08/30 11:43] Sheila Yoshikawa: good point Marly, also you get different modes used in the same session
[2018/08/30 11:43] Marly (marly.milena): Yes, @Sheila, and we know we are dealing with different kinds of learners…
[2018/08/30 11:44] Sheila Yoshikawa: I think that this VWMOOC is more like the original constructionist MOOCs
[2018/08/30 11:44] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): there was a -teaching online – course I didn’t go beyond the 1st week. I couldn’t follow the different activities .It seemed to me they were different to different people. It is good, but I was lost 😦
[2018/08/30 11:44] Sheila Yoshikawa: where it is more loosely structured with interested people developing a programme organically but with LOTS and LOTS of work from the organisers
[2018/08/30 11:44] Marly (marly.milena): The first time Liss ad I did a MOOC, it was very confusing. We were cut off from what was going on with web participants.
[2018/08/30 11:45] Marly (marly.milena): It is better now
[2018/08/30 11:45] Sheila Yoshikawa: I think it could be more problematic not to be able to “keep up” with everything if it is a linear course? With VWMOOC I feel it is more pick and mix and that is OK?
[2018/08/30 11:45] Sheila Yoshikawa: @Marly which MOOC was that?
[2018/08/30 11:46] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): ☎ PHONE ☎
[2018/08/30 11:46] Marly (marly.milena): It was at least three years ago, the first year it happened
[2018/08/30 11:46] Marly (marly.milena): Maybe four years?
[2018/08/30 11:47] Sheila Yoshikawa: yes I think so
[2018/08/30 11:47] Sheila Yoshikawa: I will just recall Selby’s link at the start
[2018/08/30 11:47] Sheila Yoshikawa: Why a MOOC is better than a conference. https://virtualoutworlding.blogspot.com/2017/08/2017-edu-ww-tech-generation-visit-to.html
[2018/08/30 11:48] Sheila Yoshikawa: so I would say they both have their place
[2018/08/30 11:48] Marly (marly.milena): So we were in SL dealing with the people here, and Maggie was going back and forth and Nellie was fielding comments and questions. Oy!
[2018/08/30 11:49] Sheila Yoshikawa: yikes, yes, sounds a bother. This is a contrast with the FutureLearn MOOC where they encourage us to keep everything within the platform
[2018/08/30 11:49] Marly (marly.milena): Similar this year with the conference in Chicago simultaneous with SL presentation
[2018/08/30 11:49] Sheila Yoshikawa: I still value going to some physical world conferences, partly to experience life in other parts of the world, and travelling, but also to meet people
[2018/08/30 11:49] Sheila Yoshikawa: many people don’t use virtual worlds
[2018/08/30 11:49] Sheila Yoshikawa: also – food
[2018/08/30 11:49] Sheila Yoshikawa: I like food
[2018/08/30 11:49] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): So is VWMOOC building off of the VWBPE conferences?
[2018/08/30 11:49] Marly (marly.milena): Hahaha
[2018/08/30 11:50] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): I am back
[2018/08/30 11:50] Sheila Yoshikawa: I don’t think so @Prof Dan
[2018/08/30 11:50] Sheila Yoshikawa: I think VWMOOC developed separately
[2018/08/30 11:50] Sheila Yoshikawa: Do you know more about it Marly?
[2018/08/30 11:50] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): I agree with attending conferences in the physical world, that’s great experience
[2018/08/30 11:50] Marly (marly.milena): (I was referring to the ISTE conference)
[2018/08/30 11:51] Sheila Yoshikawa: yes that can be clunky
[2018/08/30 11:51] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): sometimes people don’t have access or possibilities to travel and present
[2018/08/30 11:51] Marly (marly.milena): For those of us who do not travel, it is a real boon to have that connection if it works well!
[2018/08/30 11:51] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): which is why I take the MOOCs
[2018/08/30 11:52] Sheila Yoshikawa: Yes
[2018/08/30 11:53] Sheila Yoshikawa: that’s important
[2018/08/30 11:53] Sheila Yoshikawa: Ah I think I will draw to a close, just reminding people that next week we are back to 12 noon SL time and Mark Childs will be presenting on “The circle of Second Life” – a presentation and a discussion
[2018/08/30 11:54] Sheila Yoshikawa: also now there is a VWMOOC session
[2018/08/30 11:54] Sheila Yoshikawa: “A tour of the educational region Edu3d in Craft-World. The tour will start in the artistic tree-classroom, which is also a lecture hall, proceed with the sandbox with its open-air classroom and go on to the exhibition areas, where the teachers’ artefacts are on display.
To reach the location on Craft-world you can either use your Kitely or Digiworldz avatar (indeed, any Opensim avatar) or create an account at https://www.craft-world.org/page/en/register-an-avatar.php”
[2018/08/30 11:54] Sheila Yoshikawa: that starts in 6 minutes
[2018/08/30 11:54] Sheila Yoshikawa: So for people joining that I will finish a few minutes early
[2018/08/30 11:54] Sheila Yoshikawa: thanks top you all for coming along
[2018/08/30 11:55] Sheila Yoshikawa: to you all
[2018/08/30 11:55] Sheila Yoshikawa: sorry, I typo as ever
[2018/08/30 11:55] Prof. Dan (profdan.netizen): Thanks, Sheila.
[2018/08/30 11:55] Sheila Yoshikawa: oh I will post in the rest of the VWMOOC notice about the event
[2018/08/30 11:55] Sheila Yoshikawa: “If you choose a non-Craft avatar, enter your favourite grid, open the map and type in: craft-world.org:8002:edu3d
In the landing spot, turn round until you see a notice saying “Aula Albero della Vita” (see img on the left) and click on it to reach the presentation venue. You can also simply walk there, as it is very close: just follow the green signs “Albero della vita”.
If you have a Craft avatar, enter the world, open the map and write “Edu3d”, then look for the “Albero della vita” as described above.
WARNING: the first time you try to enter Craft-World, you will be asked to open a web page and accept the TOS (Terms of Service).
ZOOM live online session VWMOOC18: Edu3d: a Community of Practice for Teachers
[2018/08/30 11:56] Sheila Yoshikawa: ok
[2018/08/30 11:56] Sheila Yoshikawa: thanks again!
[2018/08/30 11:56] ղɑհì (nahiram.vaniva): thanks for sharing the results of the research ☺
[2018/08/30 11:56] Sheila Yoshikawa: and do return to VWER ;_))
[2018/08/30 11:56] Marly (marly.milena): TY Sheila!
[2018/08/30 11:56] ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): bye all
[2018/08/30 11:56] Sheila Yoshikawa: bye for now!

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