Appendices and archives

As with every piece of substantial research, it can be a problem to decide what needs to stay in the main text and what can […]

OER Pulse: Dozens Of Simple, Open Courseware Created With Moodle LMS (2019 Update)

Updated in July 1st, 2019. If you’re interested in learning a new skill or want to check out how simple a Moodle course can be […]

Open Software (and Hardware) at the Core of 5G, Privacy, Security, and Citizen Empowerment

Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) continues to rule the world. Linux not only powers two thirds of the Internet already. Military and intelligence agencies […]

#5MinuteReflection 3: Open Education Resources (OERs)

In the third instalment of our monthly #5minutereflection, we will look at Open Educational Resources (OERs). Open educational resources (OERs) are ‘free and openly licensed […]

A Master List of 1,300 Free Courses From Top Universities: 45,000 Hours of Audio/Video Lectures

A Master List of 1,300 Free Courses From Top Universities: 45,000 Hours of Audio/Video Lectures:...

10 journals every e-learning professional should read

I was delighted when Matt Guyan blogged 5 Books Every eLearning Professional Should Read in response to my 5 papers every learning professional should read. […]

Storing and archiving data

When I was doing my own PhD, I had a filing cabinet with three or four drawers, and even then I had hundreds of photocopies […]

3 Reasons Scaling Up Open Educational Resources Should be the Next Step

Open Educational Resources (OER) have been with us for over 20 years. The world wide web revolution made them accessible to anyone with an internet connection. […]

Waffling Open Badges – Why they are not working?

Yesterday I wrote a blog post on my personal blog about the subscription system on many of gaming sites such as Twitch and why people […]

Free/Open Music, Images, Films, Books, & A Short Background of “Free”

People publish many resources like music, pictures, videos under different Creative Commons licenses, and several old pictures etc. have been freed into the public domain. Some public domain pictures, […]

Google’s Treasure Trove for Educators – Part II

In an earlier post we shared some exciting tools and apps from Google for educators: http://www.designstorm.in/thoughtstorm/googles-treasure-trove-for-educators/  In this part II of the same post we’re back […]

Apple's Folly (in Education)

The news from LAUSD (see here) who is suing Apple and Pearson has made the news and is probably hurting the chances of a large […]

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