Documenting your learning is good

I was reminded via http://blogs.leeward.hawaii.edu/teachonline/2013/09/11/as-i-progress-through-the-course-i-am/ that it would be good to document my learning. And, apparently, I didn't read something closely, and there is a badge that I could earn from this class, if I have a series of answers to a series of questions. So, I guess I should look again at the beginning stuff to figure out what

"Have I spent enough time?" in an online class

Reading http://tomooc.edublogs.org/2013/09/06/0-week-reflections, I had an unrelated thought: How do I know when I've spent enough time in an online class? I know when I've "spent my time" in a face-to-face class: the bell rings and the hour / 90 minutes is up for our meeting. But how do I know how much is "enough" for an online class? If I spend 35 minutes battling the course-management

Aloha from Kentucky – Howdy Y’all to Hawai’i

What is your intention for this course (why are you here)? I'm a librarian at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, and I want to find ways to reach students better, and one way to do that is to become more embedded in online teaching. So, I'm here to see how the library can fit in all this. What issues do you think are important? It is hard to know where to start on this one. There