Open Education Week is coordinated by the The Open Education Consortium, an association of hundreds of institutions and organizations around the world that are committed to the ideals of open education.  Universities, colleges, schools and organizations from all over the world have come together to showcase what […]
I’m loving this blog post about the recent OER16 Conference at Edinburgh on the ALT Site by the fabulous Frances Bell. I think it really captures the spirit of the Open Community and the friendly and warm welcome that I have been fortunate to receive since I have […]
I’ve really enjoyed working on the organisation for this year’s OER Conference. Along with my fellow OER16 committee members I think we have arranged a pretty special conference. Its so rewarding being in a team of  people drawn from all across the spectrum of open education who […] A really great resource by Marion Kelt, (@mugpunter7) Glasgow Caledonian University and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License ! This will definitely come in handy ! Thanks Marion  
Sourced through from: Know your TASL  … Title…. Author….Source …. Licence See on – OER and OEP
A drastically simplified course design framework for use with faculty as they transition from using commercial textbooks in their courses to using open educati… Sourced through from: See on – OER and OEP
5R Open Course Design Framework available to help faculty as OER use enters mainstream. Sourced through from: See on – OER and OEP I’ve signed up for this free MOOC to get some more practical experience with reuse and repurposing OER’s. Looks quite interesting … Its Four Weeks and they have badges !! Whoo Hoo 🙂 It starts next week    
Some really useful and practical tips from via the thesis whisperer for anyone struggling to organise research and find citations you knew were in your bag somewhere ! I’ve used Evernote before but not like this so definitely worth a go ! Source: How evernote […]