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I thought it might be useful to provide a list of recent outputs around UKOER Evaluation & Synthesis - we have been busy bees Webinar - What you can learn from the UKOER experience During Open Education week myself,  David Kernohan and Allison Littlejohn presented some of...

I've nearly signed up with the OU #h817open course a few times in the last two weeks and then shied away at the thought of committing 16 hours a week. But I have finally decided to give it a go - knowing I can't commit this...

I've been working in the area of learning resources for a very long time with a recent focus on open education resources (OER).  For the last three years I've been one of the UKOER Synthesis and Evaluation Team (led by Glasgow Caledonian University with Professor...

The other day I saw a tweet from Jonathan Worth about a video conversation with Graham Macindoe  - a photographer based in New York, which was part of the PHONAR open photography class at Coventry University. I am a massive fan of the work done...

I've worked on the JISC Innovating E-Learning Conference for several years now and we've been adjusting the format to respond to changing technologies and expectations of delegates. This year there are quite a few changes...

Students as digital partners and pioneers I wrote last week about a session at the JISC innovating eLearning online conference 2012 on open practices. This will be the seventh JISC online Innovating eLearning conference entitled Shaping the Future which takes place from 13th – 23rd November 2012. Another great...

We are now working on the seventh JISC online Innovating eLearning conference entitled Shaping the Future which takes place from 13th – 23rd November 2012. We have the usual array of excellent keynote speakers which we hope will challenge and stimulate our delegates. (with keynotes by Sue Black,...

I have recently been working with Myscience - the UK’s leading organisation for supporting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education professionals. They have just released an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for a study to review and develop a revised Online Strategy for Myscience education. ...

On Wednesday  11th July 2012 at 12noon I will be contributing to a JISC webinar What is a mooc along with David Kernohan, Martin Weller, Dave White and Jonathan Worth. My brief is to talk a little about the learner perspective based on my  own...