corpusmooc 2014 round 1 blogs

A couple of Some blog posts on #corpusmooc have appeared, check them out and if you know of others do post here:

one by aProfessor Moravec

and one by Carol Goodey

A post by  Patrick Andrews that highlights the differences between #corpusmooc and an online learning environment like the Open University.

I would agree that the question of moocs for educating the young is limited, there are much greater benefits for professional development.

Michael Harrison has posted first impressions of #corpusmooc

a post by PhD student Julie Voce ‏@julievoce

a week2 post by Michael Harrison – mike i would jump to week 4 for corpus building (and all of the #antconc videos) and some of week 6 and all of week 7 for language learning.

Carol Goodey has added another entry answering some common concerns about completing a mooc –

Sam Shepherd has written about some limits of the FutureLearn setup i.e. discussion forums and getting lost in them – A couple of ways round this is to follow people and filter by their names another is to use this activity feed

Of course a further way is to bring in your discussion to this community πŸ™‚ so do post any questions/thoughts here Sam πŸ™‚

a week 3 post by Julie Voce ‏@julievoce noting the difficulties with the commenting system ‏

a post by TeacherPants questioning how to make sense of the data from corpus searches

Ann Priestley ‏@annindk is posting her thoughts here and here –

Mary Carr ‏@marymcarr1 has written some thoughts, apparently not a Chomsky fan.

Patrick Andrews shares some of his thoughts on one of the readings in #corpusmooc

really nice week6 musings from aProfessor Moravec on looking at -ly adverbs

end of course thoughts by Duygu Γ‡andarlΔ± ‏@duygucandarli and Karen Carlson ‏@sloopie72


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