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Build the Society That Pleases You Most

SenseCamp Bruxelles 20 September 2014

Many things have developed in the WikiQuals world without my reporting them here. Some new Sqolars, a couple of public presentations, the putative opening of the WikiQuals Open Learning Lab at LKL and a workshop at the Wikipedia conference, Wikimania, held at the Barbican in London last month. 64 more words

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Discussing Co-creating Open Scholarship

With Escola de Comunicações e Artes (ECA-USP) Sao Paulo Brasil

Co-creating Open Scholarship; was a paper Nigel Ecclesfield and I wrote a year ago for ALT-C. 1,437 more words

Open Context Model Of Learning

Everything is A Metaphor

Presentation at Imaginarium

Background; I gave a talk about making successful education technology projects in the middle of the second day of the #restartedu project Imaginarium, or Restart Education, in Bucharest Rumania.   663 more words

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Creating the Imaginarium

Imagining Education Futures 2012

Blog; This blog has been set up to support the CROS project in Bucharest who are running a weekend event called Imaginarium concerned with envisioning the future of education (or should that be learning) in Romania. 159 more words

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Affinity Partner

Learning Support in WikiQuals

Background; in an earlier post Show & Tell I discussed the concept of journeymen, people who would help triangulate, authenticate, and validate the learning process identified by a WikiSqolar as part of the WikiQuals project. 1,119 more words

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Digital Inclusion; Concepts & Issues

Digital Inclusion; Concepts & Issues January 2012

Introduction; In January 2012 I am taking part in two events relating to Digital Inclusion. A TEL Conference at Sheffield Hallam University run by… 1,902 more words

Open Context Model Of Learning

WikiQuals Accreditation

“Solve the problem that annoys you most” 

Developing post-hoc accreditation processes; is the purpose of WikiQuals because high-stakes assessment (of education) is seen as the only valid social measure of learning; … 821 more words

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