This amazing new MOOC has recently started, and I found it through another library professional Michelle Dalton by chance and I have to say I am truly grateful to her for adding it into her blog post.
I only began engaging during the end of this week and already I have found numerous social media tools some that I have always been meaning to learn but never did however now because of the amount of information that is flying past me I want to save it and share it throughout the week.
#moocie posts various challenges throughout the week so far I am completing #2 and am choosing new professionals for #3 as I feel the amount of people I am following on Twitter is getting very large and I don’t want to make the mistake by checking in with a selected few.
So challenge #2 is a fun and engaging way of utilising Twitter, as the #moocie is for everyone not just library people I am finding it inspiring to see so many people blog, tweet, share their concerns or accomplishments within their selected profession.
One such tweet and blog which I was delighted to see is from Stephanie Mullane
I have had an interest in how teachers teach nowadays, and I feel my two friends who are teachers are really fed up with me asking questions!
So I hope I have made an online teacher friend who may help me understand today’s world of teaching.