He was clearly looking for any new kernels from us and, at one point, found one, asking for the participant's ID for attribution. It was Steven Fellows, who commented that MOOCs create "different spaces of resonance" in response to Dave's prompt to provide why it was important to call a MOOC "open." Actually this comment helped me because I am teaching a multicultural perspectives in education course and I ask my students to conduct their online discussion each week on what resonated with them from the given chapter (Joel Spring, The intersection of cultures).
I highly recommend the recording, and I will need to revisit it myself. He began with an graphic from Dave Snowden known as The Cynefin Framework. I am still refining my understanding, but the upshot of using this in the session was to suggest (spoiler alert) that the MOOC exemplifies the "emergent" approach to instruction because the learners are dealing with material that is "complex" in nature. Please clarify this for me if I have it a bit askew.
As I posted in the chat: this was an excellent session all around.