Love the term "context collapse" - it makes me want to name a guild or an arena team after it.
Here's a link for everyone to get an idea of what is meant from Kevin Wesch.
Since, livestreaming as a methodolgy and YouTube as platform was used extensively in this MOOC, I do see the need to discuss and work on it. Not just for professional but also this may be the next level of online teaching.
The person who seems to be coaching or counseling me through my own context collapse "issues" is part of this MOOC - Neville. I think it would be very effective if we could convince him to impart a bit of his wisdom during the next MOOC.
Yes, I'd like to have the mooc address this also. The live videos have made me wish I knew how to create my own. I need help not just with philosophical issues like context collapse, but with basic tech as well. Is making a video in Google+ really as simple as just opening a hangout and letting it rip?
The other thing I need to know is how to complete the Networked Educator badge. What things I need to do in order to have satisfied all the requirements. How to apply for it once I have done those things.