Meet the committee: Kelly Terrell (Co-Chair)

Based in: University of Southampton, School of Electronics & Computer Science. My channels: @KellyATerrell Personal Blog site: Digital Education KAT Passionate about: open educational resources, digital education, technology innovation A bit about me: I am the strategy and technical lead for EdShare – an open digital content platform for teaching and learning materials built on […] View Article

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#webinar: Adopting open practices

An opportunity to hear about open practices in education and to discuss barriers to adoption as part of Open Education week 2019. We will be joined by Shona Whyte, Associate Professor of English at Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France who will share her findings from research into teacher adoption of open practices. Her presentation is […] View Article

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Meet the committee: Naomi Wahls

Based in: Open Universiteit, Netherlands – see below for update. Passionate about: Intercultural Learning, Open Virtual Mobility, Virtual Exchanges, Collaborative Open Learning, and Open Educational Practices Open network: My channels Recommends: Trying connecting courses through virtual exchange with an international course. Instructors and administration learn so much about themselves, students, the educational systems in both countries, […] View Article

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Thinking the unthinkable.

  “Destroying open ed”  That was the title of the workshop I attended virtually at #opened17 this year. Taking place in California, the timing in the UK was a challenge as it would start at 11.30pm on a Friday night. Would I manage to stay awake sufficiently to take part? The format was experimental based […] View Article

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OPEN: What do we value?

This summer the Open Ed Sig is hosting a webinar which brings together people from across the many Open Education communities in order to facilitate a discussion of our shared values. The Open Ed Sig, having attempted to make the many facets of open communities visible through this “Joining the dots” initiative, invited representatives from […] View Article


Promises and lies: the role of Open Educational Resources in inclusive practice.

This ALT Open Education SIG webinar is shared with FELTAG SIG and is part of a series of webinars ALT is organising in support of the FELTAG Movement. Thursday 15th June, 1pm   View  recording: The promise of open educational resources is attractive – a cornucopia of free resources, alternative explanations, different media, different […] View Article

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