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OER19 – Stories of Hope
April 16, 2019 9:25 am by OpenEdFeed – Open World
It always takes me a while to write my post OER Conference reflection because I invariably come back brimming with so many thoughts, ideas, emotions and new perspectives that it’s hard to know where to start. When Catherine Cronin introduced the themes of OER19 Recentering Open: Critical and Global Perspectives at the end of OER18 […]
Open Practice and Invisible Labour
April 8, 2019 4:14 pm by OpenEdFeed – Open World
This piece was originally posted on Something has been niggling at me for ages now. Something about digital labour and open education. I’ve been struggling to figure out how to frame this and what I’m trying to say, but Martin Weller’s thoughtful blog post on gatherer calories and invisible artefacts and Frances Bell’s subsequent […]
Sharia Law MOOC
April 1, 2019 7:49 pm by Melissa Highton
Never let it be said that we shy away from controversial topics in our MOOCs and OER. Our new MOOC about Sharia Law launches in early May. In this ground-breaking new course, learners will work with renowned academics from the University of Edinburgh and other leading universities across the world to explore scholarly perspectives on …


Celebrating #WorldBookDay / #WorldBookNight 📚 we're highlighting @CRC_EdUni's high quality digitisation into e-readers of Love’s Labours Lost (1st Quarto Edition) and Romeo and Juliet(2nd Quarto Edition). Both licensed CC BY.
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