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Ordinary/Amazing Stories of Connection
(Oct 2015) keynote for K12 Online Conference
(Oct 2015) TEDxUSagradoCorazon, San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Open Show: Connected Learning Without Expensive Acronyms
(June 2015), DML Conference, Los Angeles
The BS of Storytelling
(June 2015) keynote for CALI conference, Denver, CO
What The Web!
(March 2015) keynote for TCC 2015 Conference, Honolulu
(Sep-Oct 2014) 7 locations in New Zealand
(July 2014) Arizona K12 Center Camp Plug and Play, Tucson, AZ
Do You Every Wonder What Happened to Wonder?
(Sep 2014) University of Texas Arlington
Doing the Daily Create
(May 2014) Riding the Wave of Change Conference, Gimli Manitoba
Enquire Within Upon Everything: True Stories of the Wondrous Web
(Apr 2014) eLearning Consortium of Colorado
Making / Telling Stories That Matter
(Mar 2014) Skidmore College
Mythical OER Reuse
Stalking The Mythical OER Reuse
an invited online presentation for the
Ontario Universities’ Council on e-Learning (OUCEL)
August 8, 2014
ve audio streamed to ds106 radio
Open Educational Resources (OERs)
… “are freely accessible, openly licensed documents and media that are useful for teaching, learning, and assessing as well as for research purposes.”
There are gobs of them online in various collections, as subjects of conferences and journal papers. One of their primary virtues is that they are built and shared for others to reuse.
But OER Reuse… does that really exist beyond blurry photos in the forest? I am looking for stories of OER reuse, tell me that they truly exist. Make me a True Believer. Tell me a True Story of OER Reuse, ok? I have a few ones here, but seek many more.
True Stories of Open Sharing
True Stories of OER Reuse
Call for Stories of OER Reuse
Case studies of OER use (Jisc)
Jorum User Stories
Tracking my elusive OERs (Lisa M Lane)
Thoughts on the Value of Open Content
The iceberg model of OER engagement (Martin Weller)
OER Stories (Open Washington)
OER Research Hub
OER Impact Map
Tidewater Community College's Textbook-Free "Z-Degree"
Adopting OER: A Case Study of Cross-Institutional Collaboration and Innovation (EDUCAUSE)
The Unruly Playground: Free OER and Paid Digital Materials (edsurge)
What’s Wrong With Open Educational Resources? Barriers And Solutions
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