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!

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

Digital natives? Not at all! Digital afraid I would say

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Personal thoughts to start I am writing for my progression assessment, which has been a real struggle. Writing is for me a difficult act. I have been identifying some aspects of it so I can improve. It might be because I need to stop, find silence within me, and try to find words and a … Continue reading Digital natives? Not at all! Digital afraid I would say