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Did you ever hear the story about the emperor’s new clothes? Well, there is a certain sense of being naked when you start to share your course outline and publicly engage in revising, improving, tearing it apart. Thanks to Gabi … Continue reading
My quest this week has been to find as many “how-to” open educational resources (OERs) as I can that are focused on helping people learn how to find, use, create, repurpose and reshare OERs. I had planned to build my … Continue reading
Is there no end to the conversation around MOOCS? MOOCS are for marketing. The New York Times published a story by Tamar Lewin on Jan 23, 2013: Public Universities to Offer Free Online Classes for Credit. Wonder if this will … Continue reading
I had to change the title of this post after I finished my exploration of the structure and delivery model of the OCW Scholar course I signed up for this fall – Introduction to Psychology by Professor John Gabrieli. I … Continue reading
I’m just giddy with all the choices and options for free learning. Being on leave means I have time to follow my nose and I keep poking it into fascinating new learning opportunities. I’m always pondering whether they are free … Continue reading