A Facebook group for educators interested in participating in or supporting European Union education projects within the Lifelong learning programme. Educators from outside Europe are very welcome to join and add their ideas,posts and comments to the group, as well. Members should restrict their posts to areas that are relevant to European educators in general and specifically to items that relate to the European Union Lifelong Learning programme. The site http://www.edutopia.org/ has not got a CC licence, but the facebook page has been a useful starting point for the OER research
A Facebook group to promote innovation in education through collaboration and connection to the most effective classroom resources. The site http://www.weareteachers.com/ has not got a CC licence, but the facebook page has been a useful starting point for the OER research
About the use of social networking technologies for educational purposes. The phrase "educational networking" may be a way of more objectively discussing the pedagogical value of these tools. There is a list of networks about education. The site http://www.educationalnetworking.com/
HAS got a CC licence, and it's been a priceless resource for the OER research.
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