This is really accomplished presentation Anne, that seems to convey a strong sense of the MOOC content, and the experience of being a participant.
I visited the Holocaust Memorial a few years ago whilst at a conference in Berlin. It is a powerful work, and I’m now remembering the experience of walking through it as one which both restricts and afford a view – when you are low down and within the ‘grid’ of stone structures, it is actually very difficult to see other people, even if there are many others also walking though. In this sense, it seemed to be deliberately isolating people, perhaps a comment on the way ‘systems’ can do this.
I think Renée’s comments around listening are really fascinating in the context of our MOOC studies: how can we ‘see’, or research the listening and empathy that happens in relation to a MOOC – in the case of the one you studied, these response seem particularly important for how we understand the subject matter?
from Comments for Anne’s EDC blog http://ift.tt/2n9ORfU