Here are the slides I’ll be using today for my presentation at the CALRG Annual Conference. The Open Research Agenda is an international consultation exercise focused on identifying research priorities in open education. You can read more about the project here: The Open Research Agenda (2) The Open Research Agenda (1) 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.
Slides for my presentation tomorrow at the 8th Grace EDEN workshop.
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 […]
Martin Weller has a thought-provoking editorial in the latest issue of JiME. He argues that many of the battles for open education have been won but that the movement now faces the challenge of balancing all kinds of different aims and aspirations. Is openness about freedom? Is this an argument about business models or a […]
My slides from last week’s presentation at London Conference in Critical Thought.
I’ve been meaning to spend a bit of time trying to better understand the open education movement of the 1970s and how it relates to contemporary developments in academia. A useful summary of some key texts is over at infed.org but I’ve copied the bibliographic details here just in case it goes down or I […]
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 […]
I just had to share this video from PhD Comics. A really neat introduction to the issues surrounding access to scientific literature…