Community, creativity, competencies and cuteness: MUGSE comes to Sussex.

The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team at the University of Sussex recently hosted a meeting of the Mahara User Group for Southern England (MUGSE). The […]

Open pedagogy and open resources, curiouser and curiouser . . . #YearOfOpen

Curiouser and curiouser!’ cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English) (Alice in Wonderland) […]

Thinking about open pedagogy

(image via unsplash) The question “what is open pedagogy?” is this months  Year of Open  perspective.  A really rich variety of voices have shared their […]

Richard Culatta Named New Chief Executive Officer of ISTE

Most recently chief innovation officer for the state of Rhode Island, Richard Culatta served for four years before that as U.S. director of educational technology.

The comfort and discomfort of working and in open and closed spaces #oer17 #critopen #femedtech

#OER17 is rapidly approaching and I am really looking foward to attending the conference. I am always aware of what a privilege it is to be […]

My OER (open emotional response) to #oer17

#Iwill try to be be generous, inclusive and extend notion of open hospitality in everything I do #OER17 — Sheila MacNeill (@sheilmcn) April 6, 2017 […]

#101 open stories – my story

101 open stories is a great idea organised by a fantastic global team of open educational researchers and educators to amass some open stories during […]

Not so much the a case of the wrong trousers, more like a wardrobe malfunction my story for #oer17

Nb this is not a picture of my wardrobe! I’m really looking forward to hearing the keynote from,  and meeting in person, Maha Bali at […]

10 Online Learning Resources You Need To Follow In 2017

Read more about 10 best online learning resources and try them! Be smart, it is always on trend. This post was first published on eLearning […]

Copyright, the future and Brexit – what does it mean for education?

The following post is based on a post published on the UK Copyright Literacy blog by LSE’s Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor, Jane Secker and […]

RPP #149: Teaching in a Digital Age - Interview with Tony Bates

Interview with Dr. Tony Bates, CEO of Tony Bates Associates Ltd and Distinguished Visiting Professor at Ryerson University. Tony was the former Director of Distance Education and Technology at […]

Teaching without Textbooks: The Rise in Open Educational...

Teaching without Textbooks: The Rise in Open Educational Resources  Higher education faces a serious problem over rising costs, with Americans owing $1.3 trillion in student […]

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