OCL4ED & Creative Commons

I started the Open Content Licensing for Educators online course on WikiEducator today. It is a free open course that runs for 5 days. I am already familiar with the concepts of open learning and open educational resources as I have been an advocate of open resources for the past few years and a WikiEducator […]

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Finding resources

Another issue raised by a participant in the Authentic eDesign course was: searching the Internet to find quality resources for online teaching can be time consuming.  One way I address this issue is to subscribe to relevant blogs, or websites that post information about teaching resources and information in my teaching areas.  Each morning when […]

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Connecting and sharing

The Authentic eDesign course started on Monday and most participants have already accessed the course. I’m really enjoying reading their introductions and finding out a bit more about each of them. I added a suggestion to reveal something unusual about either themselves or a possession as I find this breaks the “ice” a little better […]

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The new year has begun

Well my weekly post is overdue… but here I am again starting off the New Year with a short post. No excuses, but I have been working very hard on developing the Authentic eDesign course as students will have access to it from tomorrow. I’m happy with how the Moodle LMS and the companion website […]

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