Monthly Archives: October 2011

Research in distance education conference 2011

Today I’m at Senate House for the Centre for Distance Education conference. I’ll be running a workshop on OERs based on experiences of the DELILA project with colleagues from Kings and UoL. We are looking at the opportunities and challenges … Continue reading

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Benefits and evidence

At the OER programme meeting the 2nd session was a ‘World Café activity’ in which there were 5 areas of discussion, and participants circulated. A few ideas which stood out: 1) Benefits and evidence of OER use and re-use – … Continue reading

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