Author Archives: hieberge

Growing Hope Kickstarter Campaign

Help support Growing Hope meet their kickstarter goal of $20k by April 22! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/26143505/growing-hope-fueled-by-veggies Every little bit will help us achieve supporting low-no income families install gardens at their home and purchase a new bio-diesel delivery truck that will be fueled by recycled vegetable oil! For nearly ten years, Growing Hope has been helping people […]

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MOOC and Me

I didn’t think that I learned anything new, until I started to write. The power of writing is, for me, a type of a discovery process. I am usually if not always surprised by what ideas are born and developed out of my writing process. Connections I didn’t see before somehow make their way through […]

End of MOOC and Digital Artefact

Hello Germ Blog and classmates! I have severely ignored our WordPress interface as of late and am happy to share that our MOOC experience is over…for now. I’m not ecstatic about it being over, but I’m all that sad to see it go. Essentially, my opinion hasn’t changed about our online experience within and online […]

Feeling less lost and reconnected to my “humanity”

Steven Fuller is my kind of kin with his humanity 2.0 theory. Don’t know who I’m talking about, well he’s this guy. He proposes that we, humanity, by believing our “humaneness” as a moral value, continue social stratification and create an even larger divide of resources between the top and bottom of our economic pyramid.

Digitally Wrapping My Head Around MOOC’S

Okay, so I think I’m getting the hang of this and trying to utilize my social media outlets as a way of feeling less lost in a infinite array of binaries. It’s good to know that other students in various countries also share the same sentiments. Here are a few examples from Twitter I found […]