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

Describing Qualitative Methods in Educational Research: The Annotated Infographic

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Originally posted on Messy Thinking:
As I described in my last post, Understanding Educational Research and Design, I have spent a significant amount of the last year reading and evaluating the educational research literature for its structure, themes, and methods. I found problems; too many articles lacked epistemological framing, glossed over faulty sampling and data…

Open from different perspective: OEP as boundary crossing and OEP as open educational practice

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Just assisted to a webinar with @weller and @AlgersAnne, from the University of Gothenburg. Both speakers focused on OEP and OER, but from very different perspectives. Martin Weller a Professor of Educational Technology at the Open University  (UK) tackled the issue of open more from a pedagogical standpoint, what does it mean for academics to … Continue reading Open from different perspective: OEP as boundary crossing and OEP as open educational practice