Today I’m in London for the Digital University Network Seminar at the Society for Research into Higher Education. Lesley Gourlay began proceedings by noting that openness is an area which needs to be looked at in the context of the ‘digital university’ series. Here are my notes on the presentations by the other two speakers. […]
Here are my slides from today’s presentation. You can access the full paper in Open Praxis from May 2016 via http://dx.doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.8.2.291.
Next February I’ll be speaking in Utah Valley University for the upcoming Open Eduction Symposium 2016. Looking forward to it! I believe tickets are available here. Open Education Symposium Flyer
The first keynote of the Open Education Global conference is Dirk van Damme. Professor van Damme acts as an expert in higher education, policy, quality assurance and accreditation. His report, Open educational resources: a catalyst for innovation will be published later this year. The presentation began with the observation that OER retain an incredible potential to change educational […]
By popular demand, here are my slides from today’s presentation at Open Education 2014. All feedback welcome and if this subject is of interest to you then consider checking out the OERRH Ethics Manual and the section on ethics (week 2) of our Open Research course.
Here are my notes from this afternoon’s session at the ALT-C 2014 conference. There were three presentations in this session. Richard Walker (University of York) – Ground swells and breaking waves: findings from the 2014 UCISA TEL survey on learning technology trends, developments and fads This national survey started in 2001 and has since expanded […]
For one day only I’m at The University of Warwick for the ALT-c conference where I’m speaking on OER Impact Map. (You can access my slides for today here.) Catherine Cronin (National University of Ireland, Galway) – Navigating the Marvellous: Openness in Education Catherine began with a quote that illustrates her view of eduction: “Education is […]