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Title: Mainstreaming grass roots innovation in open educational practice: benefits and challenges (ID 171)
Authors: Chris Follows
SCORE presentation recording 31 May 2012, in this video I talk about my SCORE fellowship project I've been working on over the past year, text notes and info-graphics used in the presentation a
In this workshop Chris Follows will lead a hands on demonstration/discussion of UALs (University of the arts London) perspectives of developing open participatory education and social media content
In this video Chris Follows introduces an overview of JISC funded projects at UAL including ALTO and the new DIAL project (all links below) Chris joins the Learning Studio group 15/11/1
Facilitators: Carole Baume, JISC Critical Friend, to four projects within the Developing Digital Literacies Programme and staff from the four projects (see below)
OER13 Abstract: In this presentation Chris Follows with discuss the benefits and challenges of developing an open practice identity (OPI).
Part 1 of a 60 minute presentation by Chris Follows (see part 2) who leads a presentation followed by discussion o
Two SCORE fellows discuss OER use of social
The below papers were presented at the open university in collaboration with the HEA and SCORE 11 July 2012.
PART 1 of a 30 minute archive recording of live online presentation and discussion during the Learn at Lunch online seminar hosted by CLTAD at University of the arts London and delivered by C
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