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Hi everyone, I wanted to bring to your attention a cross-Canadian Twitter discussion that is happening this Wednesday February 5th to discuss issues around ethics and openness in education. I presume that most participants will be teachers or teacher candidates,… Continue Reading →
Based on feedback form our open agenda document and feedback discussed in session yesterday, we will hold an online EdCamp session this coming Tuesday (January 28). We will follow the EdCamp model to brainstorm topics in a Google Doc, decide… Continue Reading →
As mentioned in our recent meeting, this CBC Spark episode looks at how Google for Education is being used by students and teachers in schools across Canada and raises important issues around data privacy, student/parental concerns, and digital literacies. There… Continue Reading →
Attention open education practitioners! Creative Commons has launched a Creative Commons Browser Extension enabling you to Search for images that are openly licensed. The extension allows you to search for openly licensed images from a variety of open content repositories…. Continue Reading →
Creating Online Learning Experiences: A Brief Guide to Online Courses, from Small and Private to Massive and Open Authors: Matt Crosslin, et al. Abstract This book provides an updated look at issues that comprise the online learning experience creation process…. Continue Reading →