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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...

I have recently completed a series of articles for the  JISC CETIS other voices blog which offered a reflective account of three areas of work - Learning Environments, Exchanging Course Information (XCRI) and Open Educational Resources (OER). Developments in each area have been significant for...

This video was made as an alternative to powerpoint slides to support a conversation between myself and Frances Bell at the JISC Innovating e-Learning Conference. We held a session in Elluminate on Friday 18th November and had a great conversation with the audience.I have made...

Yesterday during Allison Littlejohn’s talk for change11, I mentioned something I have been thinking about as a result of conversations with Allison about collective learning, openness and literacy. I’d like to outline the thinking behind my question in this blogpost.BackgroundAllison talks in her learning ecosystems...

From OERs to Open Practice In a recent post about my OER work I talk about a move from focussing on open educational resources to open practice. This situates OERs within open practice - as one aspect of  it. So for me OERs are resources used...

I have been watching the change11 mooc, but so far not had much opportunity to engage. This week I will be supporting Professor Allison Littlejohn with her week on Collective Learning.Allison will be sharing a range of supporting documents and information and we will have...

This is not new but I realise I haven't shared it on my blog. It is a summary prezi about the benefits of sharing learning resources but could be equally be called the benefits of OER. alot of people keep asking what the benefits of...

Open Education Resources I haven't blogged much about my OER work on this blog as most of my writing around this area is scattered across other resources. This page attempts to draw some of this together.I see my work in this field as being more broadly...

I  have  created some moo cards which will be handed out at the ALT-C 2011 Conference. They use a colour palate which reminds me of cake...