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Category Archives: OER
The summer time is the ideal period for all Academic Librarians to recharge their batteries in anticipation of the new term. My recharging time includes a lot of pausing to reflect on my annual professional praxis and set new personal … Continue reading
Around late October 2013, I had posted an invitation to participate in a survey circulated by the OER Research Hub (OERRH) in collaboration with the Community of Practice for Information Literacy Online Teaching (CoPILOT). The OERRH researcher Beck Pitt started … Continue reading
It took me a while but I finally got there… I can know consider myself a Chartered Librarian! Celebrating the completion of my Chartership came as a surprise to me; I hadn’t thought it would give me such joy! Possibly … Continue reading
In one of my previous posts, I had mentioned the work that has been undertaken by the Open Educational Resources Research Hub (for short, OER Research Hub or OERRH) and their ongoing research on “What the impact of OER on learning … Continue reading
It’s really difficult to tell the whole story of a conference such as Cetis 2013, unless you break down its main parts. I created, therefore, a social story that responds to the main objectives of the first parallel session I … Continue reading
View as slideshow It’s main Aims and Objectives were: open.ac.uk To bring together widening participation practitioners and academic staff engaged with research into, and use of, Open Educational Resources. 00Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on … Continue reading