Stuff

As I make progress and come across and recommended websites, blogs and other open education/open access resources I shall post them here.

  • Let’s get this methodology into shape (0) Work in progress for writing a methodology for a PhD application. Read more
  • #edcmooc – Week 1 (0) E-learning and Digital Cultures MOOC – week 1 responses Read more
  • Activity 4 – Identifying priorities for research (0) The three main priorities, as I see it, for activity and research into open education. Read more
  • Representing open education (0) A mind-map representation of what defines openness in education drawing on concepts listed by Weller and Anderson Read more
  • Open Education – Activity 1 (0) Why I’m doing the Open Education MOOC from the Open University. Read more
  • E-Learning Needs Cultural Change (0) John Seely Brown (2007) says that there needs to be a cultural shift in the way teaching and learning takes place that integrates, or even better, makes central the use of information technology and social media. He calls this process enculturating: emersion into a community and practice to become a practitioner. He says that understanding is ...
  • The Solution Test (0) Describe my solution 1. What does my solution do? First of all, my solution does not provide online education. There are more than enough online courses covering every subject under the sun and of far better quality than I or any individual can offer. What I am proposing is a way for people to record their learning and ...
  • The Pain Test Questionnaire (0) Please take a few minutes to answer these few questions. Read more
  • My Idea (0) Tuition fees for higher education are rapidly increasing. Many people are asking if formal education is worth the cost and subsequent debt and are looking elsewhere for their education. I want to provide a service that points people to online learning and resources, enables them to record their learning and then validate that learning. I want to ...
  • The Pain Test (0) Write down exactly what I think the problem is. This gives me something to test. Do this specifically by answering the following questions. 1 The problem Tuition fees for higher education are rapidly increasing. Many people are asking if formal education is worth the cost and subsequent debt and are looking elsewhere for their education. 2 What causes ...