The Educationalist

Applications are invited for the post of Learning Technologist with the WebLearn (Sakai) Team within OUCS. You will work closely with academic colleagues to identify models of good practice in assessment and feedback (to and from students), and support them … Continue reading

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keep on running

Speaking of authorship, I was  lucky this year in having an overview steer of the very successful RunCoCo project which provided a series of training events for organisations interested in harnessing the power of the Internet to run their own … Continue reading

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Consider authority

For successful OER consider authorship and authority and make yourself discoverable.  Although  the  perceived advantage of OER is that  it can be used in any context, information of attribution is key to a users ability to evaluate  the content.  Oxford research indicates … Continue reading

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my year as a SCORE Fellow

As part of my SCORE Fellowship project I am to display a poster. Here’s one I prepared earlier. My project explored the relationship between OER and the research-teaching nexus by looking closely at how academic staff at research universities are supported in … Continue reading

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don’t get locked in

Learn about the benefits of Sakai at ALT-C 2011. I’ll be leading a symposium to talk about the benefits of Sakai and running open source software at an institutional level.  The session will focus on the use of open source … Continue reading

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