Open Education in 2018 – Shifting Sands

This post provides a brief summary of my reflections and insights after an asynchronous discussion with the ONL181 cohort about the concepts of open education and sharing openly online. As some of you may know, I have been involved with ONL for several years, and have blogged about my experiences as participant, co-facilitator and now […]

Reflections on Openness

I have written a number of times about my learning experiences through Open Networked Learning.  ONL is an online course that is run by a consortia of universities mostly based in Sweden and South Africa, which freely offers (mostly) academics the opportunity to learn about openly networked pedagogy, and how it might be effectively embedded into […]

Designing learning in an open world

In one week I will be once again taking on the role of co-faciliator in the online open course Open Networked Learning. I’ve written before about my experiences with this course, and you can read my reflections on my first experience of the course, as a student, and my most recent experience as a first-time […]

Being open

Open education is one of those things that I can’t help but love. The idea that information, resources or research should be locked down and accessible only to a privileged few is fundamentally opposed to my personal opinion that education is a basic human right that should be available to everyone. I have learnt A […]