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Universal Design for Learning: Multiple means of representation, of expression, of engagement
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openlectures - free education

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Founded in July 2011, Open Lectures represents an idea - the belief that education should and will be free. Since then, Open Lectures has been helping students of all backgrounds in Singapore acquire top quality resources in education by providing online lectures delivered by top Singapore Junior College graduates. With 60 students and over 200 lectures recorded, Open Lectures eventually aims to deliver a lecture on the moon.

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OER Glue

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Great OER content is out there. Gather that content, stitch it together, and engage learners w/o reinventing the wheel. Seamlessly integrate content with dozens of popular websites, apps, and social media services. Make ANY web content engaging, interactive and shareable using the same tools your learners use every day.

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Knotebooks - Anyone can contribute. Everyone can learn.

Knotebooks - Anyone can contribute. Everyone can learn. | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

Knotebooks is a unique approach to the open educational resource (OER) movement, providing users with the tools to create, collaborate on and share customized, self-guided physics lessons. Whether you are a student, teacher, professional or self-learner, you'll really enjoy being a part of this burgeoning educational community.


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Book Sprints and Booki: Re-Imagining How Textbooks are Produced

Book Sprints and Booki: Re-Imagining How Textbooks are Produced | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

One of the most exciting areas for potential is OER – Open Educational Resources. I hope we will soon see the formal integration of Book Sprints and Booki into curricula to create and improve textbooks. Although it is an uncommon practice, most people who ask for and participate in a sprint see it as a book production methodology. However, while we do produce books, a Book Sprint is as much as about learning as it is about writing. I would argue that in all circumstances the collaborators walk away having learned a great deal about the subject they have just created a book about.


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