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Tales of the unexpected

If you’ve looked at this blog before, you’ll probably know that I’m nearing the end of the wonderful MSc in digital education at Edinburgh University… 284 more words

Digital Education

Reflections SL MOOC 2016

In April I took a course for teachers on Moodle platform. The MOOC and the live online classes is organized and coordinated by Dr. Doris Molero, Dr. 1,073 more words
Instruction

Dissertation abstract: here goes...

I think I’m about two thirds of the way through writing my dissertation; not so much the home straight of my MSc in digital education, but the last lap possibly. 321 more words

Digital Education

Open culture, open questions

OER16 was, as you might expect, a celebration of open practice in higher education and an exploration of the potential of open culture. But openness was also problematised in useful ways here. 426 more words

Digital Education

Context Conditions our Approach to Open, but “what if”…

By Ronald Macintyre (OEPS project)

This the fourth of our OEPS forums was focussed on change.  The focus was based on the feedback we had received from previous events, that the OEPS community wanted an opportunity to talk about and reflect on the changes they felt were needed at all levels and scales, from the individual to the national. 1,262 more words

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AUGMENTED REALITY IN PRACTICE. Horizon Report

Museum edition of the Horizon report.

“The Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts (MIDEA), the museum-focused branch of the New Media Consortium (NMC), released the… 436 more words

Digital Art

Beware of ‘the aye been’

The observance of tradition is an important part of many cultures, but it can sometimes act as a powerful force against change.

In the Scottish Borders, where I grew up and have returned to fairly recently, people talk about ‘the aye been’. 320 more words

Digital Education