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We are delighted to confirm that Peter McDonald Fellow of St Hugh’s and Tutor in English, Oxford University will speak at the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. “In the late-19th century Oxford was one of the pioneers of … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Jan Hylén, former OECD Analyst will speak at the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. Dr . Hylén’s responsibility at OECD was mainly in one project — Open Educational Resources, which is … Continue reading
We are delighted to confirm that Fred Mednick, Founder of Teachers Without Borders will speak at the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. After more than 20 years as a teacher and principal, Dr. Fred Mednick founded Teachers … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Tim Unwin ,UNESCO Chair in ICT4D will speak at the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. Tim is Professor of Geography at Royal Holloway University of London and UNESCO Chair in ICT4D. … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Andy Lane , Director of OpenLearn will speak at the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. “Much of my working life has been at The Open University and I completely share its mission … Continue reading
I am delighted to see the NMC 2010 Horizon Report listing open content as key trend and digital literacy as a critical challenge. The movement toward open content reflects a growing shift in the way academics in many parts of the world … Continue reading
The Thema report finds that: Students know when to “e-” and when not to “e-”, blending the affordances of tools and interactions in the online and real worlds. They also recognise the special atmosphereengendered when students and lecturers are co-present … Continue reading
Web 2.0 tools have transformed students’ social interactions. Can tools intended for social use be productively integrated into students’ formal learning? LTG’s Thema project examines this question, as well as other aspects of students’ technology use, by investigating the learning experiences … Continue reading