Twitter Updates: 2013-03-29 to 2013-04-04

  • Thx! RT @ManifestlyImp: Working through the first unit of Coursera's Gamification course from @kwerb. So far, so brilliant… #gamification13 ->
  • Aereo TV streaming service wins major copyright decision against broadcasters. Big potential impacts on the TV biz. http://t.co/D6MPkgnq93 ->
  • What's for dinner? :-) MT @catswhiskerscat: Just done first unit of Gamification. Love it.Watched while making kids dinner. ->
  • Recommended after my MOOC. RT @AndrewYNg: Coursera course on Underwater Basketweaving. Get your friends to sign up! https://t.co/nSyIKy7ZJN ->
  • And why shouldn't learning be fun?… MT @martatmdv: Another thing different about @kwerb's #gamification13 course is that it is great fun! ->
  • thx :-) RT @EmilyWais: I'd like to say thank you :-) I just started your course and it's great :-) I can't stop watching and I want more!:-) ->
  • Game-like, gameable, but not consciously gamified. RT @simonhanmer: First thought for #gamification13 – isn't twitter a good example? ->
  • Umm… "We’re not seeing as many education companies as we are, say, Kickstarter clones or ride sharing companies…" http://t.co/XtVc60BVB5 ->
  • Your welcome :-) RT @Bayanwaleed: Great #Gamification Course ! It's only the first week and it's exhilirating and inspiring. Thanx a million ->
  • I'm sure we can work out the details. 😉 RT @JonPaleo: How do I throw all my money at @kwerb? This #gamification13 this so amazing. ->
  • Healthy pressure on Coursera/Udacity: edX Merges w/Stanford's Class2Go to build open-source MOOC http://t.co/aezTDofF2h h/t @kevin_corbett ->
  • For those in the Bay Area, I'll be talking gamification with the Wharton Club of Northern California on April 18: http://t.co/kYqdZLZ9Pl ->
  • There are studies on this, but I don't have links handy. Can anyone help? MT @teacherdebra: What is personality of #gamers v non-gamers? ->
  • A team of *19* to build a MOOC? I developed mine with 1 part-time TA. http://t.co/hCfICqxil5 ->
  • I see the value of the heavyweight MOOC development approach, but it's so valuable for faculty to dig into all the aspects of the courses. ->
  • I suspect a reason so many online courses suck is faculty outsource too much. Reinforces the idea we're just lecturers, not teachers. ->