Posts Tagged “Open Education”

OpenEd preconference day

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Plan to meet up with Randy Fisher today.  I know what he will ask me about.  I really should shift my stuff to wikieducator and kill off akowiki.  Got some questions as well. OpenEd: already too much to think about. Random sessions of particular interest 1. John Mott: PLE’s and LMS’s: “Traditional LMSs are not…

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Open Ed Conf 4: summary

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This is the final of the four posts on my topic at OpenEd 2009.  Just for the sake of completness. Here is my handout/summary. Summary Notes (Word format) An Approach to the Problems of Personalisation and Context Dependency in Open Educational Resources We had some initial conversations: how are we going to move ahead in…

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Open Ed contribution 3: it’s not all bad news

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This is number three in a series.  Some of the things I may not get a chance to share at OpenEd 2009. These are some of the roadblocks put forward as real or perceived issues by teachers who expressed a keeness to share and to collaborate or work together on resources – or at least…

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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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