my phone

The majority of students in the DIGE focus groups ranked mobile phones among the ‘essential’ tools in their lives, and several owned a smartphone. Students reported that they used smartphones in a variety of ways and that smartphones were central … Continue reading

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writers inspire

Great Writers Inspire brings together thousands of literature resources which are made freely available for reuse, remixing and repurposing for the benefit of teaching and learning worldwide. Both new and existing open educational resources (OER) have been curated into collections by … Continue reading

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plunder with impunity

19th September is international ‘talk like a pirate‘ day.  In recognition of this you are invited to plunder our OER collections with impunity . All the resources are treasures of great value. Of particular interest to freebooters and buccaneers are: … Continue reading

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free time

 You would need to set aside 85 days to listen to all of Oxford’s free podcasts on ItunesU.  Listening to the podcasts from Open University, in comparison, would take you only 22 days. Before you invested such a significant amount … Continue reading

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