- Find blogs that interest and engage you.
- Share the urls in the forum or include them in your blog, explaining one or two things that you like about them.
What a fab activity ! Well I already have several blogs identified on my own blog in my ‘ blogs I follow’ list and it is soooo hard to try and narrow these down for this particular activity. I think I will stick to three particular blogs that I follow regularly and try and explain why.
Blog 1 :
on open education, digital scholarship & over-stretched metaphors
This is a blog by the lovely Professor Martin Weller. I love his blog for a couple of reasons. a) It is simply very readable. Martin blogs regularly and you can always be sure of an entertaining and thought provoking read. b) The posts are very authentic, open and from the heart c) Martin is of course incredibly ‘ big’ in the open world and very well known. He has a very far reaching network of followers who also have lots to say about open education so you get a lot for your money as it were !
BRING YOUR OWN DEVICES FOR LEARNING: AN OPEN LEARNING EVENT FOR STUDENTS & TEACHERS (FACILITATED, STAND-ALONE)
I took part in this event earlier in the year organised by the fab @chrissinerantzi and @suebecks. I cannot recommend it highly enough. There will be a new version in January 2016 so if anyone would like to get involved do check out the blog. You can also find out about the