covid canal artwork by Sheila McNeill, shared on twitter.
The wonderful artwork shared above provides a clear metaphor for the current Covid19 crisis which moves amongst us and touches us all, wherever we may […]
The current virus crisis has provided many valuable lessons to us all as a society. Very early on the UK a list of key workers was drawn up by the government – these would be the individuals who would be in the […]
Based in: The University of the Highlands and Islands (Perth campus).
Passionate about: lifelong learning, technology in learning, collaborating.
Currently I am a member of the University Learning and […]
Open Education Week 2020Webinar preview Wed 4th March
The OER20 conference takes place in London on 1st-2nd April. Always a friendly and welcoming event we are delighted that some of the contributors have […]
It is that time of year again! This annual event helps us to share the many open activities we are involved in and this year is a particular challenge as there is so much going on in open education. So this year […]
Teresa MacKinnon edited the blog post Open Source for skills acquisition #altc #opensource in the group Open Education SIG: 8 months ago
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
This blog post is shared as part of the Open Education SIG twitter chat for ALT’s winter conference 2019 which will be chaired by Teresa MacKinnon and Sam Taylor.
Image: Team Spirit CC0 from Pixabay
Contributed by Terese Bird @tbirdcymru
As Leicester Medical School’s Educational Designer I oversee the School’s one-iPad-per-student programme. The iPads serve as a d […]
Based in: University of Southampton, School of Electronics & Computer Science.
Personal Blog site: Digital Education KAT
open educational resources, digital […]
The OER19 Conference is nearly upon us and will take place at the National University of Ireland in Galway. It will focus on the following themes:
Back to basics – asking difficult questions about open e […]
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 […]
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