Cape Town with #go_gn + OEGlobal. Fantastic!

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  I am part of a wonderful network, the @GOER_GN, a global network of PhD students that are researching in open education in general. Everyone has a slightly different focus, but all of us are interested in using OPEN as a tool to social justice and inclusion. The #go_gn (how the gang is called) organises … Continue reading Cape Town with #go_gn + OEGlobal. Fantastic!

The power of narrative research in #OER17

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Last week the yearly OER conference took place in London. The title, the Politics of Open, and the themes can give a sense of the depth and breadth of the event.  A great experience where different scholars from around the Globe, and this is really AROUND THE GLOBE, we had people from South Africa, Chile, … Continue reading The power of narrative research in #OER17

Crafts and Design Culture in India – Jaipur

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Coming from Brazil, my creative practice has been influenced by visual references and experiences shaped by my cultural background . Studying and lecturing in a New Zealand Universities for many years, I realised that certain cultural paradigms pose questions about the legitimacy of the discourse and dialogues for design in the globalised world . Certain […]

ABC International Conference

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The Association of Book Crafts International Conference was held in Auckland University of Technology  over the weekend of Friday 24th to Sunday 26th October 2014 in Auckland – New Zealand. The Conference opened at the Auckland Library with Janus Press exhibition opening and drinks at Object Space. Julie Chen opened the exhibition with a talk about ‘the […]