Digital Scholarship – A Conversation

This post is generously shared by Simon Keily @aus_teach What are your thoughts on Digital Scholarship? I am exploring ideas of #digped as part of a Master of Education programme (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) and the relevance of Digital Scholarshipto the secondary sector. In describing Digital Scholarship Martin Weller says people always get bogged down…

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Why Open Access?

Generously shared by Graham Steel from his McBlawg Why Open Access ? Here’s my personal story  (Re-posted from my now deceased blog, 13th October 2008)  I did re-post this to my WP blog a couple of years ago but it was worthy of an update. I decided to rewrite this post after receiving this tweet from…

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Things Open

Generously shared by @greeneterry How did I become involved in things open? Funny you should ask because I’ve been asked to contribute to www.101openstories.org to tell my Open Education origin story. I’ll be on a live video call on that site on July 27th telling this story. If my past video experience can predict the outcome…

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Dr. Nicola Pallitt’s Story…

Generously shared by @nicolapallitt Lecturer, Centre for Innovation in Learning & Teaching (CILT) at The University of Cape Town, South Africa My scholarly career and involvement in openness is still evolving, but what I’ve noticed is that these have been evolving together. My sense is that this also involves an entanglement of my educator and researcher…

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What’s Your Story?

Generously shared by Helen de Waard Posted on July 27, 2017 Any time someone asks this question, it requires some deep thinking and honest reflection. It’s not always an easy question to answer. My students struggle with this question each year in the course that I teach. It’s dependant, in part, on what story your…

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Using Storybird to Tell Your Story!

Choose any of the articles below (or an article about open that you prefer) and create an image-based story in your own language. Share using the hashtag #101openstories and #yearofopen You can use Storybird as a creative tool to tell your story: https://storybird.com/books/oer/?token=zn48ewuuc2 OER in schools http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/w/images/5/5a/G1_Open_Education_and_the_Schools_Sector.pdf The Open Education handbook by the Open Education…

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