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... a bit longer about the content of the message we are putting across, its tone, its impact and consequences. It also helps to eliminate issues such as weak communication skills, command of language, articulation, ...
... initiative to learn something that demands your complete dedication. Go learn an MOOC and show it off on your CV with élan! Good Luck!   This content is brought to you ...
... focuses on the open content – open software link. Open infrastructure (open hardware) and open connectivity (‘net neutrality’) are not discussed here, though these are also key components. ...
Source: http://conference.oeconsortium.org/2015/presentations/   Content on conference.oeconsortium.org is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. ...
... quality of the contents. The project target groups are administrators, educators, students and self-learners with an interest in OER, without any restriction in terms of sector, school, higher ...
...  Of course, the success of Wikipedia cannot be said to prove that content that is made available freely will be of high quality. Yet it does suggest that it is pertinent to ask whether and how the ...
7. OER Authoring and Delivery Platforms
(OER community/ishansa)
... resources (OER) has identified the need for easy-to-use authoring platforms for the development and delivery of openly licensed digital content. Please join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational ...
8. OER Tools
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
... and Free Online Courses and Tutorials. It also offers free Moodle hosting for people willing to share their knowledge under an open content license. SchoolTool is an open source, web based ...
9. About OER
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
... Resources (NGLC webinar):  http://www.slideshare.net/opencontent/nglc-webinar-on-open-educational-resources  ...
10. OER repository
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
...  JISC content – This website provides an introduction to digital collections designed for education. They are mainly aimed at university students, researchers and librarians but many of the ...
11. Open Textbooks and Ebooks
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
... of textbooks and select educational resources. Some of the books are PDF files, others are viewable online as e-books, or some are simply web sites containing course or multimedia content. The ...
12. Open CourseWare
(Open Educational Resources (OER)/Open Educational Resources )
... course calendars, along with thematic content, such as textbooks, lectures, presentations, notes and simulations. (cc by OCW) In Open Courseware Consortium (OCWC), there are free and ...
... about licensing content and the differences between Copyright and Creative Commons. I’ve been following Steve on Twitter for a long time, and he continues to be a great source of learning ...
... content is a necessary condition for facilitating learning, it is not sufficient. If good content were enough to support learning, and human interaction were unnecessary, libraries would never have ...
... for the system has been developed to open the access to the content to any other third party application like mobile applications. In spite of a fully Open Education System numerous chapters appeared on ...
... designer) led and content-driven. It not based upon socially negotiated & distributed learning, the hallmark of the Connectivist MOOCs. This is why it is perhaps more appropriate to call them XBTs ...
... has developed both the content and the delivery platform for  eCourses, designed to support educational content for six basic engineering courses.  His ebooks have been adopted by over twenty ...
18. The 5Rs of Open Course Design Framework
(OER community/ishansa)
...  The framework, which will be freely available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC BY), encourages educators to capitalize on the unique rights associated with open content ...
19. TJ Bliss: Musings on OER Policy
(OER community/ishansa)
... school district level could require curricular review boards to give priority to open content and justify use of proprietary content (I suppose regional policies at the state level could do this as well, ...
... and Mobile Learning which is operated by a team of dedicated teachers located in Canada provides a platform where educators community can have access to the best curated edtech content. In this website, ...
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