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Last year we looked at New pedagogy for e-books, Publisher-led short courses, Assessment for learning, Badges to accredit learning, MOOCs, Rebirth of academic publishing, Seamless learning, Learning analytics, Personal inquiry learning and Rhizomatic learning. So this year we returned to take another look at learning analytics, badges and seamless learning as well as MOOCs.
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2013 on Innovating Pedagogy report 2013 at The Ed Techie
My English degree wasn't a MOOC, but it involved a lot of Penguins - mainly Penguin classics. Since then there have been a fair few Linux penguins. And, of course, my campaign for more flying robot penguins at the OU
Toggle Commented Sep 21, 2012 on Does your MOOC have penguins? at The Ed Techie
Good Xtranormal take on this issue 'Your manuscript has been accepted by the journal I own. Just sign here...'
Toggle Commented Oct 21, 2011 on The return on peer review at The Ed Techie
"if I have to pay to access your article, I'll find an alternative which says more or less the same thing, and which I can access freely." Often, though, these articles are only free at the point of delivery. The university has already paid a substantial amount of money for us to be able to access them. As someone at the end of a short-term contract, I'm aware how many of my professional resources will be withdrawn if I have to give up my university library card. Typically, though, I think we're cushioned from realising that much of the information we use freely isn't available to the majority without a downpayment. To download one article from 'Computers & Education', for example, would cost you $19.95 (£12.19). Better value than the $200 bee, but still substantial.
Toggle Commented Jan 18, 2010 on My final offer is this: nothing at The Ed Techie
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