Tuesday, 10 December 2013

References for SRHE talk December 2013

The references for my talk at the Society for Research in Higher Education conference in Newport - December 11th 2013...

(link to slides and text to follow - after I see how the talk went!)

Daniel, J. (2012) ‘Making Sense of MOOCs: Musings in a Maze of Myth, Paradox and Possibility’. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 18http://jime.open.ac.uk/2012/18 (Accessed 25 June 2013).
Goodfellow, R. (2013) ‘Evaluating the SCORE Microsites’. http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/projects/detail/oer/OER_int_002_OU (Accessed 25 June 2013).
Higher Education Academy (2012) ‘Promoting UK OER Internationally’. http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/detail/oer-phase-3-4ai-international (Accessed 25 June 2013).
McKenna, C. and Hughes, J. (2013) ‘Values, digital texts, and open practices – a changing scholarly  landscape in higher education’. In R. Goodfellow and M.R. Lea (eds) Literacy in the Digital University – critical perspectives on learning, scholarship, and technology, London: Routledge:15-26
Michael Peters. (2010) ‘The Idea of Openness: Open Education and Education for Openness’. In Encyclopaedia of Philosophy of Education, M. Peters, P. Ghiraldelli, B. Žarnić, A. Gibbons (eds.) http://www.ffst.hr/ENCYCLOPAEDIA/doku.php?id=open_education_and_education_for_openness (Accessed 25 June 2013).
OER Research ‘hubs’:
Trend Report: open educational resources 2013 Open Educational Resources Special Interest Group http://www.surf.nl/en/knowledge-and-innovation/knowledge-base/2013/trend-report-open-educational-resources-2013.html
Vitae (2003) UK Grad Programme 2003. http://www.vitae.ac.uk/CMS/files/upload/UK_GRAD_03-07_final%20report.pdf (Accessed 25 June 2013).

Wiley, D. and Green, C. (2012) ‘Why Open-ness in Education?’ In D. Oblinger (Ed) Game Changers. Education and Information Technologies. Educause. http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/pub72036.pdf (Accessed 25 June 2013).

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Literacy in the Digital University won't lie down!

I thought I'd finished blogging about this topic but I just listened in to a webinar about 'messing with digital literacies' and took this screenshot during it, of Mary Hamilton in a room full of books, in a window full of icons, with a screenfull of bullet points. You can't see the chatbox full of text or hear the stream full of audio... Literacies in the digital age just won't lie down.