Keywords: OSS and OER in Education Series (57)

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Summary - Educational Development at Otago Polytechnic

Summary - Educational Development at Otago Polytechnic

Introduction to Leigh Blackall's post about Otago Polytechnic’s adoption of a Creative ... (more)

Introduction to Leigh Blackall's post about Otago Polytechnic’s adoption of a Creative Commons Attribution copyright license and its use of the Wikieducator platform - along with many of the popular media sharing services, to develop and publish Open Educational Resources. (less)

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Social Sciences
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Readings
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Connexions
Provider:
Rice University
Author:
Ken Udas
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Summary - Evolution to Education 3.0

Summary - Evolution to Education 3.0

Summary to Derek Keats post about how the products and processes of ... (more)

Summary to Derek Keats post about how the products and processes of Digital Freedom, such as personal learning environments, recognition of learning achieved, and collaborative cross-institutional virtual classrooms, have the potential to create new opportunities for education. (less)

Subject:
Social Sciences
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Readings
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Connexions
Provider:
Rice University
Author:
Ken Udas
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Summary - On Doing OER

Summary - On Doing OER

Summary of Amee Godwin's contribution to the Impact of Open Source Software ... (more)

Summary of Amee Godwin's contribution to the Impact of Open Source Software and Open Educational Resources on Education series on Terra Incognita. Godwin writes about OER as an active collaborative process aimed at enhancing teaching and learning. (less)

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Social Sciences
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Readings
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Connexions
Provider:
Rice University
Author:
Ken Udas
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Summary - Systems for Supportive Open Teaching

Summary - Systems for Supportive Open Teaching

Summary of Andy Lane's post about Open Learning and Open Educational Resources ... (more)

Summary of Andy Lane's post about Open Learning and Open Educational Resources activities and projects at The UK Open University. He asks some critical questions about what it means to talk about Open Teaching (whether using OERs or not) and how might that teaching be organized so that it is supportive of informal and/or formal learning. (less)

Subject:
Social Sciences
Material Type:
Readings
Collection:
Connexions
Provider:
Rice University
Author:
Ken Udas
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