Massive Online Open Conflicts

World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings is the latest massive online open collection to emerge from the Oxford OER stable. It provides digital learning materials available for global reuse in teaching about a global event.  Materials include articles, audio … Continue reading

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whither OER at Oxford?

The new year brings good news.   I am delighted that we have secured funding from the John Fell fund to work with  researchers in Dept of Education to  enhance our understanding of the ways academics use open educational resources … Continue reading

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Does OER shape pedagogy?

At the SCORE event in Nottingham on Friday we discussed quality,  re-use and pedagogy. We discussed how teachers  use others’ content and how this can shape their practice. In feedback such as this below ( to Emma Smith), we can see evidence … Continue reading

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nexussed

 To nexus:  Looking someone up in email to see their availability for a meeting. Completely nexussed: Finding a meeting in your diary with no idea how it got there. Nexcuses: The embarassed apology you have to give when you’ve sent email … Continue reading

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