A11y and Open are political. Guest post.

  A11y and Open are political – webinars & online events are too! – Ghizzi Dunlop   Robin Wall Kimmerer said, ‘Western science is knowledge for knowledge’s sake; Traditional Ecological Knowledge is knowledge coupled with responsibility for that knowledge.” Substitute “Open” for “western science” and replace “Traditional Ecological” with “Accessible and Inclusive Open”. Accessibility is […] View Article

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#OpenCovid4Ed

The hedgerows are full of fruit right now, these elderberries are so inviting! Bountiful nourishment which we can forage to make a delicious tea time treat at little or now cost. Thanks to the disruption of the pandemic many of us have been visiting the virtual hedgerows of edu-twitter and other such spaces to exchange […] View Article

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Money matters

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 front line, keeping us safe and ensuring that we could sustain some sort […] View Article

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Meet the committee: Scott Connor.

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 Teaching Academy team, however I have worked in and out of the university since 1994 during which time I have undertaken a variety of roles including […] View Article

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OER20 preview

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 given up their time to meet us online to give us a flavour of what will be happening. Joining the conversation from around the world we will hear from one […] View Article

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