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#CLMOOC Feldgang Variations: The Sky is Full of Stories


Wishing upon a shooting star flickr photo by Xiu Yu SD shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

The sky is story. Peoples from many cultures all over the world stare into the night and imagine the Gods and Goddess, or some other spiritual beings, looking down on them. Stories helped make the unknown more knowable. The sky was the book.

For this feldgang activity, spend some time gazing upward at the night sky (or tap into your memory of the night sky). Share your sky as you share your stories. Make art. Write a poem. Take a picture (good luck with that). Share the shooting star so that we may all wonder along with you.


Feldgang is a close exploration, a quiet deep dive into the world. For CLMOOC, we are using the idea of a Feldgang as our theme.

You can share in your usual places. We invite you to use the #clmooc hashtag on Twitter, or the CLMOOC Facebook group, or share in the CLMOOC Flickr Group, or come into a new space under development called YAP.Net, designed for draft writing and sharing in a safe space. We’ll see you there.

If you want to jump to random Daily Connects, this link will take you there.

#CLMOOC Feldgang Variations: Wander Through the Feeds

Not all Feldgangs are of the outside open-air variety. For this explorations, consider diving into the world of CLMOOC blogs. Or should we say, the CLMOOC Planet? This RSS-fed site, set up by CLMOOC friends Greg and Sarah, gathers CLMOOC bloggers together. For this feldgang activity, take a wander through the feed and document your travels in writing or visual or some other format. Maybe leave a comment here and there to let the bloggers know you’re there.

Venture forth into the CLMOOC Planet.

You can see how Sheri did this kind of digital walking with her post Walk With Me.


Feldgang is a close exploration, a quiet deep dive into the world. For CLMOOC, we are using the idea of a Feldgang as our theme.

You can share in your usual places. We invite you to use the #clmooc hashtag on Twitter, or the CLMOOC Facebook group, or share in the CLMOOC Flickr Group, or come into a new space under development called YAP.Net, designed for draft writing and sharing in a safe space. We’ll see you there.

If you want to jump to random Daily Connects, this link will take you there.