Learning to Teach with Open Educational Resources Guidelines on how educators learn open educational practices Allison Littlejohn & Nina Hood This text is from Report O1/A2 from the Erasmus+ ExplOERer Project International Journal on E-Learning (IJEL) (formerly International Journal of Educational Telecommunications and the WebNet Journal) #4 Journal Ranking in "E-Learning" (H-Index). Advances in technology and the growth of e-learning to provide educators and trainers with unique opportunities to enhance learning and teaching in corporate, government, healthcare, and higher education. IJEL serves as a forum to facilitate the international exchange of information on the current research, development, and practice of e-learning in these sectors.
British Journal of Educational Technology BJET Policy Infographics Best EdTech Paper Award at BERA Annual Conference, 2016 We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2016 Best EdTech Paper Award is Dr Louis Major of the University of Cambridge, for his conference paper titled 'Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Introducing TalkWall.' Reading Tools Conducted in conjunction with an institute on open textbook adaptation, this study compares textbook evaluations from practicing K-12 classroom teachers (n = 30) on three different types of textbooks utilized in their contexts: copyright-restricted, open, and open/adapted. Copyright-restricted textbooks consisted of those textbooks already in use by the teachers in their classrooms prior to the institute, open textbooks included alternatives from CK-12 and OpenStax, and open/adapted consisted of open textbooks that the teachers devoted time to adapting to their individual needs. Results indicate that open/adapted textbooks were evaluated as having the highest quality, and that open textbooks were of higher quality than copyright-restricted textbooks.
Nr 03-04 - 2009 - Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy - Idunn - tidsskrifter på nett av Ove E. Hatlevik Since 2003, the biennial national ITU Monitor survey has been carried out by the Network for IT Research and Competence in Education to gather information about the use of information and ... Are we engaging or just broadcasting? – lawrie : converged With so much emphasis on Higher Education and public engagement I was thinking about how we could adapt the basic underlying principles of the Visitor and Resident Model to develop a workshop to explore how an organisation interacts outside of its own borders and what we could do to help enhance that engagement. The VandR principles of engagement are well established and in use to explore our digital self. And in order to make the most of a workshop looking at how we engage as an organisation I would propose that the participants have already created maps of their own activity a useful starting point.
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