Monthly Archives: November 2015

Open Education is More Than Just Free Books

I miss Jim Groom at OpenEd15 – I miss his viewpoint and energy. He knows I am a big fan (something that blows around a lot of hot air :-). Jim Groom tweeted today: “The unfortunate equation of open education … Continue reading

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Open Pedagogy at Tacoma Community College

Using Open Pedagogy to Reduce Social Learning Barriers for Students in the Global Discovery Program Christie Fierro Open Education Coordinator and Instructional Designer Tacoma Community College   For the last 5 years, student groups have been coming over from the … Continue reading

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Social Media Assessment at #opened15

I am fascinated by this topic because this is exactly what I hear from faculty that I work with – they do not have time to read and assess everything that students would produce in blogs, facebook, and twitter. Again, this … Continue reading

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OERs and Accessibility

It was a great morning at Open Ed 2015. I spent the morning in sessions with Amanda Coolidge, Sue Doner, Sam Johnson, Tara Robertson, Skip Stahl, Jutta Treviranus because I am particularly interested in the connections between OERs and instructional … Continue reading

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