Posts Tagged “Conferences”

OpenEd contribution 2: the minuses

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This is the second post in a series.  See the previous post. (perceived ) Barriers to Sharing resources After some of the conversations, here are some jottings of perceived barriers to sharing resources. I realize there are more types of resources than just written items [such as video, audio and images]. Some of the stated…

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OpenED contribution 1: Introduction

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I’m presenting on Wednesday at the Open Education Conference in Vancouver.  Here are a few of the things I will not get time to say. In many respects I am an amateur and a dabbler in this area of open education. The wikipedia definition: “Open educational resources are educational materials and resources offered freely and…

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Wikis again: WikiSym and “Structure vs Freedom”

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Wikis again: WikiSym and “Structure vs Freedom”

There is still a lot of interest in wikis around here. Ran a short presentation last month, “Now you’ve got your wiki, what now?” looking at ways to introduce their use to a group. Odd how little connections can somehow open whole new doors.  John Fountain’s sister Renee spoke recently at a wiki conference in…

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