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Cornélia Castro

Opensource para qualquer quadro interativo - 50 views

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    Really Interesting!
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    The free, open-source interactive digital teaching software
    Open Sankoré
Tero Toivanen

Tools (and Spaces) for Self Organised Learning Environment (SOLE) | FLOSSE Posse - 21 views

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    "The self organized learning environment (SOLE) is a model to adapt school space to facilitate inquiry based learning. The idea is simple and powerful: "A teacher encourages their class to work as a community to answer questions using computers with internet access"."
Tero Toivanen

Learn about CC during Open Education Week - Creative Commons - 26 views

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    As most of you are undoubtedly aware, next week, 5-10 March, is the First Annual Open Education Week - a time set aside each year to celebrate and raise awareness about open education and open educational resources (OER).
Tero Toivanen

Open Library (avoin kirjasto) - 1 views

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    featuring 23,285,112 books
    (including 1,064,822 with full-text)
Kathleen N

TooFAST VERSION 1.0 - 0 views

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    Student response
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    TooFast is the second generation of the FAST software (
    https://www.getfast.ca) that began in the spring of 1999. With the combined resources of our co-sponsors (Mount Royal College, Carleton University and eCampus Alberta) our service
    remains completely free of charge. We encourage you to become a user and see if the software meets your needs. You can also download our software for this site
    and contribute code to our project. If you have any feedback on how we can improve TooFAST, please add your comments to the forums section of the site or send us an e-mail - we always enjoy hearing from users.
Ruth Howard

Syllabus at IPT 692R: Introduction to Open Education - 0 views

  • Instructional design faculty are frequently criticized for delivering information about innovative new pedagogical methods to their students in the form of traditional lectures - for talking the talk but failing to walk the walk.
  • On the other hand, the course is a massively multiplayer role-playing game in which students select a character class, develop specialized expertise, complete a series of individual quests, join a Guild, and work with members of their Guild to accomplish quests requiring a greater breadth of skills than any one student can develop during the course.
  • Despite the impressive work of Constance, JSB, and others, to the best of my knowledge no one has ever designed and implemented a university course as a massively multiplayer role-playing game. In addition to helping students gain a working knowledge of the field of open education (i.e., knowledge they can actually put to work), this course is a design experiment exploring the effectiveness of running a university course as a massively multiplayer role-playing game.
Jeff Johnson

The Cape Town Open Education Declaration - 0 views

  • The Cape Town Open Education Declaration arises from a small but lively meeting convened in Cape Town in September 2007. The aim of this meeting was to accelerate efforts to promote open resources, technology and teaching practices in education.

    Convened by the Open Society Institute and the Shuttleworth Foundation, the meeting gathered participants with many points of view from many nations. This group discussed ways to broaden and deepen their open education efforts by working together.

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