I spent two weeks of September as an OERRHub linked fellow. My itinerary was filled with opportunities catered to my [...]
Indicators for selecting OER – an informal learner’s perspective According to the Terminology of Vocational Training Policy (Tissot 2004), informal [...]
'Through a glass darkly' Part 3: OER, critical reflection and educators' improved practice – some early evidence
Photo: ‘Valentine Lightfulness’. h.koppdelaney CC-BY-ND Do OER prompt critical reflection by educators who use them, resulting in improved [...]
Photo credit: Nicola Corboy CC-By-NC via Flikr A collaborative approach to OER research: Reflections at our OER [...]
Photo credit: Lotte Grønkjær CC-BY-NC-SA via Compfight In Plato’s dialogue Theaetetus (173-174), Socrates talks about the philosopher whose mind is [...]
'Through a glass darkly' Part 1: Can OER lead to educators' critical reflection and improved practice?
Photo: camil tulcan via compfight cc By: Leigh-Anne Perryman I’ve been reflecting on reflection of late… Reflection is the focus [...]