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Happy International Heutagogy Day!

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I declare February 18th as International Heutagogy Day! Heutagogy (based on the Greek for “self”) was defined by Hase and Kenyon in 2000 as the study of self-determined learning. I’ve amended their definition to include Self-Directed Theory, thus...
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Week 1: Reflections on the readings

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As an academic librarian, I am often driven to see issues like OER in a very localized context, so I appreciated reading about “openness” in education from a less restricted perspective. The Almeida article and Pomerantz video really hit on some of things I worry about in regards to OER and its future success.  “OER […]
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Open Education and Learning

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One thing the readings this week made clear about Open Education was that we can have all the openness imaginable, but without knowing how to navigate and use these sources and tools, there really is no education.  If you give someone a car, it does not help them get to where they want to go […]
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Emotion and Time as My New-Found Open Educational Resources

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I need to tell the story of my personal learning this past week in response to and in conjunction with this weeks readings for OpenLearning18. This story has a lot of different threads, but I …
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Open Learning is Us 2018-02-16 14:53:00

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Nova Scotia Student Budget proposal highlights Open Learning as a recommendation:See documentN.S. Students Budget Submission recommends open learning
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Kal-toh, chess, and tic-tac-toe

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This week we peeked into the world of open and flew into a worm hole.  There is sooo much that can be read into one word, and so many uses of the concept that it gets difficult for me to see the multidimensionality of it.  I have a tendency to stay on the surface because […]
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Joining Open Learning 18

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I’m joining the #AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives Open Learning hub today. 
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What I’m Looking Forward To in Open Learning ’18

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In response to the pre-cMOOC week blogging opportunity (I know I’m a few days late!): What do you hope to get from Open Learning ’18? As I mentioned in the Twitter chat on 2/8, I’ve been hearing about Open Educational Resources (OER) in the library world for awhile, but I’m hoping this cMOOC will get […]
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A task at hand, a task completed!

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Today's post centers around the two questions asked on the Open Learning Hub. What do you hope to get from Open Learning ’18? - I am hoping to grow my knowledge in the area of open learning, OERs, open education, etc. I am hoping to make connections wi...
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Open for Blogging: Greetings, #openlearning18

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There is a certain genre of blog post that is an apologetic acknowledgement of a lengthy lapse in blogging activity, coupled with a hopeful if perhaps uncertain commitment to “do better” going forward. So here you go … “bless me reader, for I have sinned, it’s been about nine months since my last blog post.” […]
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