Open for all? Engaging with open education practice at the personal and institutional level

A couple of weeks ago I gave a webinar as part of Jane Secker’s new online course on Digital Literacies and Open Practice at City, University of London.  The lecture was called Open for all? Engaging with open education practice at the personal and institutional level and the recording is available here (Adobe Connect). The webinar provided an […]

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Mini-series: Don’t panic! Content and copyright for lecture recording

This post previously appeared on the University of Edinburgh’s Teaching Matters blog. Can I use copyright materials in my lectures? What about film clips? What if my lecture is recorded? How can I make sure I won’t get into trouble? Lorna Campbell and Charlie Farley, from the Educational Design and Engagement team in Learning, Teaching and […]

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time to update our timeline

Inspired by a conversation with Lauren today, and some recent announcements,  I am updating our timeline of learning technology developments at University of Edinburgh. Are there other things I should include? 2002? WebCT VLE on campus 20003 – ERA- Open access repository in the library September 2005, Edinburgh Law School launched its first online distance …

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time to update our timeline

Inspired by a conversation with Lauren today, and some recent announcements,  I am updating our timeline of learning technology developments at University of Edinburgh. Are there other things I should include? 2002? WebCT VLE on campus 20003 – ERA- Open access repository in the library September 2005, Edinburgh Law School launched its first online distance …

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