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Open Learning ’18: Week 1: All The Opens!

So, I was supposed to blog last Friday about how this week’s (last week’s now) materials relate to my own ideas about open education. I think that I struggled with this fairly simple prompt because I’m still not 100% clear what my ideas are. This got me thinking about my role as a librarian and […]

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What I’m Looking Forward To in Open Learning ’18

In response to the pre-cMOOC week blogging opportunity (I know I’m a few days late!): What do you hope to get from Open Learning ’18? As I mentioned in the Twitter chat on 2/8, I’ve been hearing about Open Educational Resources (OER) in the library world for awhile, but I’m hoping this cMOOC will get […]

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OPEN LEARNING: A Connectivist MOOC for Faculty Collaboratives

From February 4-March 29, 2018, I will be participating in Open Learning ’18, a cMOOC designed to explore all the “opens” (open educational resources, open access, open pedagogical practices, open and participatory cultures, etc.). Learn more on their website: http://openlearninghub.net/ This post was created to test my openlearning category’s RSS feed.

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