Here are my slides from today’s presentation at Open Education 2015. As ever, all feedback welcome! Who are the open learners? A comparative study profiling non-formal users of open educational resources from Robert Farrow Advertisements
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 slides for today’s presentation at the ALT-C conference at The University of Warwick.
As September beckons, here’s a quick round-up of what’s been happening at the Hub over the past month: Join us to explore Open Research As you might be aware, we’ve been working on our School of Open Open Research course over the past few months … August saw the launch of our four-week exploration into of the…
This is a duplicate of my article from the LSE Impact of Social Science blog which was published today. You can find the original here. Much sharing and use of open educational resources (OER) is relatively informal, difficult to observe, and part of a wider pattern of open activity. What the open education movement needs […]
The video recording from my research presentation at OCWC 2014 is now available at http://videolectures.net/ocwc2014_farrow_oer_impact/. It’s not possible to embed here but they have a nice player on their site. This presentation gives an overview of the OER Research Hub project, some of the methodological and epistemological issues we encounter, and how we propose to […]
David Wiley introduced George by noting that he wrote the course for which the term ‘MOOC’ was originally created. George similarly paid tribute to David’s stewardship of the OER movement. Here are George’s slides, helpfully made available ahead of time. The presentation started with a bit of a review of George’s experiences as a blogger […]
Here are my slides from today’s presentation at the Open Access Conference in San Jose. There will probably be some tweaks to this before presentation at Open Ed 2013. OER Impact: Towards an Evidence Base from Robert Farrow
I’ve spent the last couple of days here in Nottingham at OER13, where I presented yesterday on the OERRH project and about some of the issues surrounding research synthesis. Here are my slides: The Ecology of Sharing: Synthesizing OER Research from Robert Farrow In addition to presenting and generally taking part I’ve been liveblogging some […]