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Curation of Posts on Open Pedagogy #YearOfOpen

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Reading Time: 4 minutesIn preparation for Monday’s Open Pedagogy Hangout (see announcement here – includes list of guests and YouTube watch link) I thought it might be useful to roughly curate some relatively recent work on the topic. I am hoping folks will help me … Continue reading →
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Curation of Posts on Open Pedagogy #YearOfOpen

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Reading Time: 2 minutesIn preparation for Monday’s Open Pedagogy Hangout (see announcement here – includes list of guests and YouTube watch link) I thought it might be useful to roughly curate some relatively recent work on the topic. I am hoping folks will help me … Continue reading →
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What is Open Pedagogy? #YearOfOpen hangout April 24

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Reading Time: 2 minutesWhat is Open Pedagogy? Who gets to define what open pedagogy is, and how does that affect all of us who call what we practice “open pedagogy”? I was invited to submit my answer to that question by the OEConsortium … Continue reading →
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What is Open Pedagogy? #YearOfOpen hangout April 24

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Reading Time: 1 minutesWhat is Open Pedagogy? Who gets to define what open pedagogy is, and how does that affect all of us who call what we practice “open pedagogy”? I was invited to submit my answer to that question by the OEConsortium … Continue reading →
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Randy Bass and Bret Eynon on Open and Integrative-Pt 1

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Bret Eynon talking about Open and Integrative
What does liberal education look like at Georgetown University vs. LaGuardia Community College? What unites liberal learning advocates and digital ecosystem aficionados, and what separates them?  How do the digital ecosystems our students bring to school connect with the digital ecosystems built for schools? What do the authors mean by “open and integrative”? These and […]
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Post #OpenedSIG Webinar, Pre #OER17 #OpenEducationWk

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Reading Time: 3 minutesThis morning, I had the honor of being a guest with the warm and welcoming Teresa Mackinnon on an #OpenEdSIG webinar that’s part of Open Education Week and also a pre #OER17 session. I will embed the slides once I … Continue reading →
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Post #OpenedSIG Webinar, Pre #OER17 #OpenEducationWk

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Reading Time: 3 minutesThis morning, I had the honor of being a guest with the warm and welcoming Teresa Mackinnon on an #OpenEdSIG webinar that’s part of Open Education Week and also a pre #OER17 session. I will embed the slides once I … Continue reading →
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A New Model for OER: Anthologies Instead of Textbooks?

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I have heard that sometimes adjunct faculty are assigned to teach a class at the last minute, often with the textbook already chosen and sometimes with a syllabus to follow. No one should argue that this is an ideal situation. … Continue reading →
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How Good Can a Course that Follows a Standard Textbook Be?

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[Note: this post marks my attempt to rejoin the Open Learning ’17 conversation, from which I’ve been absent for several weeks. We’ll see how it goes; fitting even one more thing into any semester is a challenge, and I’m juggling several “extras” this semester.] The post title is deliberately a bit provocative (and, of course, riffs off of […]
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Welcome to OER Week of OpenLearning’17

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Open Educational Resources metaphor
OER, which is an acronym for Open Educational Resources, seems like a no-brainer to me. In my 30+ year career teaching Principles of Economics, I have used a variety of books, including traditional commercial textbooks, books written on economic subjects … Continue reading →
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