Teresa MacKinnon edited the blog post Open Source for skills acquisition #altc #opensource in the group Open Education SIG: 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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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.
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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 […]
Open Universiteit, Netherlands (but lives in Colorado, USA)
Intercultural Learning, Open Virtual Mobility, Virtual Exchanges, Collaborative Open Learning, and Open Educational […]
teresamac edited the blog post Webinar: #OER18 preview with Lorna Campbell, Momodou Sallah and David Wiley. in the group Open Education SIG: 1 year, 10 months ago
This year’s #OER18 conference will take place in Bristol, UK on the 18th-19th April and is of course open to all!
OER18 turns the focus on one of the often-cited benefits of ‘open’ – the promise of inclusivity. How do the resources, methods and projects that make up Open Education support making education available to all? As a movem…[Read more]
University of Warwick School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Learning through connected practice, languages and communication, fixing copyright, the open web, opening doors!
The Open University, UK
critical education, walking and camping.
I’m currently in my second year of a PhD. I’m inves […]
Message from Teresa
The committee members of the Open Education Special Interest group would like to get to know you. In the coming months we will each post a profile to tell you more about who we are and why we support opening up education. Here’s our first fabulous post!
Senior Academic Developer, S…[Read more]
I’m a gut physiologist who has wandered through my working life looking for new gigs. I’ve worked in hospitals, universities and indus…[Read more]
At a time when social media is playing an important role in mediating opportunities for professional development, dissemination of practice and international, intra-institutional collaboration, this tweet chat will share examples of what it means to support learning and collaborate in the open. It will be part of the activities in the #altc…[Read more]
2017/18 ( Alphabetical Order)
Look out for our new series of blog posts highlighting members of our lovely committee … Coming Soon
Debbie Baff ( Co-Chair and Secretary)
Terese Bird ( Influencing Champion)
Alastair Clark (Advisory Capacity)
Teresa MacKinnon (Chair)
Ella Mitchell ( Open Practice Champion)
“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?
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