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Design narratives

Design narratives are accounts of critical events in a design experiment from a personal, phenomenographic perspective. They focus on design in the sense of problem solving, describing a problem in the chosen domain, the actions taken to resolve it and their unfolding effects. They provide an account of the history and evolution of a design over time, including the research context, the tools and activities designed, and the results of users’ interactions with these. They portray the complete path leading to an educational innovation, not just its final form – including failed attempts and the modifications they espoused. 
  1. Clear goals: accept the curve
  2. h817 open boundary course - forum focus
  3. Learning about MOOCs by studying on a MOOC
  4. Learning design course for FE teachers
  5. Learning management system
  6. Mobile for development MOOC (participant)
  7. MOOC Skills Project
  8. Moodle glossary
  9. Moderating the cope14 MOOC
  10. OLDS MOOC convergence sessions
  11. Ongoing quest for research instrument to log online learning
  12. Online polling to stimulate engagement
  13. Pathways through the English Common Law MOOC
  14. Peer to peer feedback: An approach to knowledge co-construction and building community knowledge
  15. Planning- and keeping to the plan (Design stage)
  16. Rhizomatic Learning - The community is the curriculum #rhizo14
  17. Scaffolded approach
  18. Starting a business case studies
  19. Summer EAL MOOC - Discussion Board
  20. Supporting learners
  21. Supporting learners - Lets help each other
  22. Supporting Learners in the second run
  23. Understanding our learners
  24. Where there's a will there isn't necessarily a way
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