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- Feedback on the Reccently completed eL4C30:
I completed the workshop today. I enjoyed working on the contents of the workshop. In my opinion the two important topics that should be given more time during the workshop are - template and Category. Templates for creating learning environment and Category for searching. I want to develop course on Programming in C language. I have created a link for the course from My user page and tried to create a template their. I request you to kindly give comments on the style I am using. With kind regards --Akshay 14:49, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
- Recently finished eL4C29, I must admit 2 things:
- WikiEducator is addictive. It keeps my mind working and thinking how to switch my old teaching methods to the Wiki ones. I guess I need some time to let the new approaches sink in.
- The idea behind WikiEducator is so exciting! I'm so much enthusiastic about "how to turn the digital divide to digital dividends" that I've already emailed my international colleagues and have translated the Cape Town Declaration to Hebrew...Now awaiting the call to send it.--Hani 17:39, 27 September 2009 (UTC)
- (: Dear Hani. You are expresssing something that many WikiEducators feel. You all of a sudden start finding new ways of doing things and that is exactly what you try to do. You have joined many 1000 teachers who are already using WikiEducator in the classroom very successfully. Warm wishes--Patricia 22:49, 28 September 2009 (UTC))
Hi - this is my second time round on the course and I think it is inspiring. I like the way the materials have been written and the tutorials are very easy to follow. I'm completely behind the whole philosophy of the project. My main problem was with the navigation, both on the site and within the course. I kept losing my place - between the schedule and tutorials for instance. I am still confused about where other people's content resides and I want to understand this so that I can contribute content that adds value to what is already there. I think also you might consider suggesting to newcomers that they set up a new email for this course as some people were clearly overwhelmed by the deluge in their inboxes. But, these small points apart, it is a fantastic opportunity to learn in a wide and diverse community with wonderful support so thank you very much to Patricia, Nellie and all who have worked on this. Look forward to seeing more of you soon. --Jane Brotchie
Hi - Like Jane above, this is also my second time round and it has been a very worthwhile experience. The only difference this time was that unfortunately I didn't have enough free time to fully devote myself to reviewing everything as I had wished. Therefore, I still feel there is a huge amount to practise and develop. I am so impressed with the way the course is organised! It is great to know that the materials are there online to refer to as and when needed. This I find is excellent. Usually when an online course finishes, there is a time limit on how long participants can access the materials. This is the main beauty and bonus of OER and I am grateful for this. I look forward to seeing more of my fellow participants' content, so that I can view the format and reassure myself that I am on the right track. I would like to sincerely thank Patricia, Nellie and all the contributors of this wonderful online workshop for making it so interesting. I have been spreading the word about it and hopefully my enthusiasm will inspire others to join in this amazing project. --Janet Bianchini 12:47, 3 October 2009 (UTC)