All Posts Tagged "Open Learning"

Might as Well Get Weird With It

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This past weekend saw Toronto host, for the second year in a row, the 2018 Creative Commons Global Summit. I attended last year as a participant but this year I wanted to do a little more by submitting a proposal to run a session about The Open Patchbooks. Rumour has it that my proposal arrived to […]
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Thoughts on Open Faculty Development

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In catching up on the materials from Open Learning 18 in the past few weeks, I find myself thinking about the claim in the week 7 syllabus that “open faculty development in higher education offers …
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Did I happen to mention I’m im#PRESSED18?

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The PressEd Conference (still going as I’m putting this together) was today. It’s a conference on Twitter, about WordPress in education. No travel. No expenses. No fees. Maybe not even pants. THERE WAS SO MUCH COOL STUFF. Take the rest of the year off and sort through #pressedconf18. What better way to collect the stuff from […]
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Opening Access

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I haven’t actively participated in OpenLearning18 as much as I have wanted due to sick days and snow days in recent weeks, but I’ve been reading and following along. So what did I learn this …
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We Go Down East

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The University of Alberta Ski Team put on a fundraising party in the fall of 2002-ish. Being of the “drinking team with a skiing problem” mentality, they had themselves a fun slogan to print on the tickets. We Go Down Fast The only reason I still remember this is because the ticket printers made a […]
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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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Pre-cMooc Week Reflections

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As I reflect on this week’s journey, I am struck by the sheer number of Open Educational Resources there are in this world.  As an Instructional Designer, one of my responsibilities is to provide direction to faculty on available resources they m...
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Hopes for OpenLearning18

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In this cMOOC, I hope to get an immersive experience in what it’s like to participate in “open education.” I’m about 1 month in to a new position as an instructional designer for connected learning …
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Ok, I’m in. Open Learning ’18

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Ok I’m in. Open Learning ’18 a cMooc that will have me “explore all the opens:” Open Access, Open Educational Resources, Open Pedagogical Practices, and Open & Participatory Cultures.  I’m excited but I also admit I hesitate a bit.  It’s the whole cMooc thing.  A cMooc is about communicating and learning by being a part... […]
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Open Learning Initiative 2018

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Greetings! My name is Susan Thomas and I am from Northeast Missouri. I am an Instructional Designer at a beautiful, public liberal arts college – Truman State University. Before working in higher education, I was an Instructional Designer and Instructor in the corporate sector for over 15 years. Prior to that, I was a teacher […]
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