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.
This is just a short blog post to capture some thoughts on the ethical principles of learning analytics as set out in official documentation provided by The Open University. I have attended various briefings at the OU around this subject, mainly because there is a lot of complexity here with regard to the ethical significance […]
Here is the latest list of books available for review from JiME. If you’re interested in reviewing any of the following then get in touch with me through Twitter or via rob.farrow [at] open.ac.uk to let me know which volume you are interested in and some of your reviewer credentials. Reviews will be due at the […]
I’ve started writing this post at the Open Education 2015 conference at the Fairmont Hotel in Vancouver because I want to try and capture some thoughts about the evolution of this movement and community. But I’m finishing it from home after a little bit of time to digest and also after attending OpenUpTRU in Kamloops earlier […]
A summary of the ‘Beyond the NeoLiberal University’ 18th September 2015
Mark is a community activist and technology executive who currently serves as a director of the Mozilla Foundation, makers of the Firefox web browser. He began by noting the need for digital literacies, suggesting that literacy is characterised by the ability to: read write participate Technologies allow us to express ourselves help us to read, […]
This morning I’m attending a talk given by Sharon Slade about the ethical dimensions of learning analytics (LA), part of a larger workshop devoted to LA at The Open University’s library on the Walton Hall campus. I was a bit late from a previous meeting but Sharon’s slides are pretty clear so I’m just going to […]
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.
Slides for my presentation tomorrow at the 8th Grace EDEN workshop.
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 […]