Tag Archives: opened

Check your head

There will be much to say about OpenEd18 and I’m sure most will say it better than me. But while I’m mulling over the serious, I can write a little about the frivolous. I used the occasion to run a … Continue reading

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Open heads for open ed

I wrote earlier about my skull adventure. I got the idea, copied it really, from Brother O’Mara who operates down in New Orleans. He gave me his blessing: I fully support and endorse that idea. 🖤💀🖤 — Brother O'Mara (@brotheromara) … Continue reading

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My old school look

Yesterday I had the opportunity to speak at the PA Forward Information Literacy Summit. I talked about Open Education and Information Literacy, my pet topic, using Open Educational Resources and the ACRL Framework as hooks. My main point is that … Continue reading

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Open Education over the years

I’ve been fascinated by early articles on open education ever since Resnick’s 1972 article on open ed and technology came to my attention. The other day I looked at one of Barth’s articles, so today I thought I’d try to … Continue reading

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Round and round

Round and round What comes around goes around Profound words of wisdom from 80’s hair-metal masters, Ratt. These came to mind as I was reading Roland Barth’s 1977 look back at open education. I was also reminded of my experience … Continue reading

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Opening thoughts

Yesterday I managed to find time for the Webinar on Open Pedagogy with BCCampus. This was part of the Teaching with WordPress open course that I really should join officially. The idea (or attitude) of Open fascinates me. OERs get … Continue reading

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