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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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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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A Cautionary Tale about Expectations

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I was talking the other day to a fairly senior administrator in academic affairs about OpenLearning18.  This administrator has been very supportive of our institution’s open initiative, and so I was just bringing him/her up to date on things open. … Continue reading →
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What I’m Looking Forward To in Open Learning ’18

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What do you hope to get from Open Learning ’18? "Open Educational Resources" is a prevalent term in the library world, but many don't realize what it actually means (myself included at times). I hope to gain a better understanding of open resource...
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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 Conceptual Framework?

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I participated in OpenLearning17 and am back for OpenLearning18.  Why you ask?  Because I learned enough last year to articulate better questions this year.  Last year, I went in somewhat blind.  (There might be something we can learn as teachers … Continue reading →
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OpenLearning18: Course and Metacourse

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I’ve been to plenty of doctors in my life, but one stands out, even now, because of the way he narrated the examination. Let’s say I went to him with a sore left knee. The first thing he would do … Continue reading →
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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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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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Looking Forward

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This week for Open Learning ’18,  I’m to expound on these two questions… What do you hope to get from Open Learning ’18? What do you hope to contribute to Open Learning ’18? Well shoot, if I knew that I probably wouldn’t be here.  Okay… breathe…  Just be honest… What do I want to “get” […]
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