I believe each of these were touched on. I am unsure about number two, identify, describe and discuss key features of participatory culture on the web, and examine its impact for adult learning. Participatory culture, is a little unclear to me. Perhaps, that goal means the role of collaboration and group participation in an online environment and within online course. If so, that was touched upon.
I feel there was a lot of content for one semester and I still digesting much of the information. I do feel the objectives were addressed. As far as what goal I had the most change in, I suppose the idea of personal learning networks and thinking critically about the impact on digital media. I think the reason those two objectives stand out to me is because both were addressed in my two larger projects. Thus, those areas stand out the most for me at this point and have left me with the most thought when leaving the course.
Hands on projects were very useful for me as well as the option of attending synchronous meetings. I felt I learned the most with those assignments and with those opportunities. The blogs and readings assignments I feel that often the discussion was not fluid and I feel that much of the reading did not stay with me.
I think two perhaps needs to be clarified. I was not sure exactly what that goal was. If it is was I assumed above I think it was hinted on. I feel it is a lot of objectives for one course. Honestly, I would love one course to focus on goals 4-7. Those goals alone are very time consuming and could have really been further focused on and enhanced. I would have also loved to have seen 508 and ADA addressed when talking about incorporating digital media.
I really LOVED the reading for my final assignment. I would have loved to have more articles and books that were similar. I also enjoyed creating screen-casts and info-graphics. That was VERY fun for me.
I would have loved more feedback and I would have loved more synchronous meeting opportunities. I really appreciated that you began to offer them towards the end of the semester.