An intersectional approach to learning technology

The field of learning technology, also known as e-learning, educational technology and digital education,  has been defined as the broad range of communication, information and related technologies that are used to support learning, teaching and assessment (Association for Learning Technology, 2021).   Collins and Bilge (2020) define  intersectionality as a “ way of understanding and […] 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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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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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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Meet the committee: Viv Rolfe

Institution in betweeny Role committee member – temporarily taking a break from Co-Chair role Passionate about being open, medical science, jazz Connect @VivienRolfe   vivrolfe.com       I’m a gut physiologist who has wandered through my working life looking for new gigs. I’ve worked in hospitals, universities and industry. This blog post finds me at […] View Article

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