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Learning from Each Other Designing for social interaction, can we use it for mmoocs?

Julia Echeverría Moran:

From my blog mooctology.com

Originalmente publicado en Mooctology:

Successful social interaction relies on trust and connection-making, yet a key challenge in digital environments is the disconnected and faceless experience they can provide. This is where design can play a powerful role.

In my book Interface Design for Learning I look at how to design for users when they are in the process of learning something—be it a new software feature, a new skill, or as part of a community of practice. The edited excerpt below focuses on strategies for supporting community-building, collaborative learning, and successful social interaction online.

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