Tag Archives: OER

Of kittens and tigers in open education (#oped12)

In a blog post in 2003, George Siemens wondered whether OER, at that stage, was not just (yet another) cute kitten.  It is almost incomprehensible that one would find someone who does not love cute kittens, and therefore, by the … Continue reading

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Going open in a cannibalistic world (#OMDE)

It was one of those conversations that left me uneasy and disturbed. The point of discussion was to what extent opening resources in distance education is viable, achievable and desirable in a highly competitive higher education landscape. To what extent … Continue reading

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