This event took place in the Darwin Building at University College London on the 7th June 2017 and was organised by the Universities programme at UK Parliament Outreach and Engagement Service. These are my personal notes which may be of interest to any researchers who wish to improve the profile of their work among policymakers. […]
This presentation outlines some key considerations for researchers working in the fields of open education, OER and MOOC. Key lines of debate in the open education movement is described and critically assessed. A reflective overview of the award-winning OER Research Hub project will be used to frame several key considerations around the methodology and purpose […]
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 the slides used in the OER Hub workshop at OER16 today.
For the morning of Day Two of the workshop the group split into working groups. I floated between the groups and tried to capture a sense of what was being discussed in each. Qualitative Data Analysis (led by Freda Wolfenden & David Porter) Freda presented some key things to consider: What does data analysis mean in […]
My notes from the ROER4D research workshop in Banff, Alberta (April 2015)