I am getting ready for Open Learning 2019. I am interested in this because in cMOOCs, I have met some fantastic people which led to some great projects. I also want to keep up on the world of open and OER, but I am particularly interested in open pedagogy and practices. I am posting this to make sure my blog is connected to Open Ed Hub and also at 58, it is handy to have the relevant links and info all in one spot 🙂
From Open Learning Hub: “Open Learning ’19, a cMOOC about open learning now in its third iteration will begin on March 17th and run for three weeks. Week 1 will be preceded by a “pre-cMOOC” week for anyone who is new to connected learning.”
And then this notice was posted by Sue Erickson on her blog:
Open Learning ’19, a cMOOC about open learning now in its third iteration will begin on March 17th and run for three weeks. Week 1 will be preceded by a “pre-cMOOC” week for anyone who is new to connected learning, new to MOOCs (and especially to cMOOCs) or new to open learning concepts. Starting on March 10th, all are welcome to join in for the pre-cMOOC week led by Gardner Campbell, Open Learning’s original hub director.
The schedule for Open Learning ’19:
3/17-3/23 Week 1: Open Educational Resources and Open Access
3/24-3/30 Week 2: Open Pedagogy
3/31-4/6 Week 3: Open Faculty Development
These are topics that we’ve explored in previous iterations of Open Learning, and you will find a wealth of resources already on the Hub site: http://openlearninghub.net/.
To begin, start tuning in to the hashtag on Twitter: #OpenLearning19 and syndicate your blog to the Hub (don’t have a blog, this is a great chance to start one!) and use #OpenLearning19 for relevant posts. See instructions in the “Join Up!” link.
I look forward to learning with you!
Your humble Hub Director for Open Learning ’19,