Open source technology is a huge boon for lifelong learners. Join Ankit Khandelwal as he shares his seven-year journey of using open education resources to enrich both his personal and professional lives. << useful to get student perspective
Presentation at the M&L webinar: Open licensing of content in Higher Education on 16 May 2014 (My presentation on the M&L webinar Open licensing of content in Higher Education #creativecommons #oer http://t.co/4ktwCcSpGI)... (Experiences with licensing...
Is there anything that can't be learned from Google? It offers recipes, baseball statistics, movie quotes, and even architecture history. But what if you too... (RT @Architizer: Will Open Online Courses Revolutionize Architecture Education?
An overview of the role of mapping and curation in the OER Research Hub project for the CALRG conference. (An overview of the role of mapping and curation in the OER Research Hub project for the CALRG conference. See i...
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