Favorite #etmooc mooc jokes
|Teaching community memoir writing|
teacher, more or less, gave up on me.
I learn through asking questions and making silent connections in my head.
And when all else fails, I wrap my mind around humor. That does loosen some of my knots, and I've noticed that it helps students, too.
Q. Why did the blogger cross the road?
A. Because his server crashed and he had to make a friend fast!
Q. How many bloggers does it take to change a light bulb?
A. What’s a light bulb?
A blog, a wiki, and a hashtag walk into a nightclub. “Haven’t I seen you somewhere before?” asked the chat. (I have no snappy comeback.)
If a blog is created in the blogosphere and is removed by its owner, does it make a sound?
Two trolls met on the information highway. They took out their thumbs and began to duel violently. This sad tale ends when they both suffered tendonitis and had to stop.
For more, see my confessions of a digital immigrant at Inside Higher Ed, 16 December 2008, "Sighing in Cyberspace." Or, if you are divided on the issue, consider reading, "Thumbs Up for a Balanced Life, " 21 October 2011. Or even the meditation, "Netiquette, Shmetiquette" published 13 April 2012.