A brief history of open to introduce interested learners and educators to its growth and impact. It is a simple sampling of milestones.
This is an informal poll of current Ontario post-secondary people and what they might like to see covering their free textbooks. That’s right ~ free! eCampusOntario has worked hard to bring you a robust library of open textbooks ready-to-use in colleges and universities, but also open for adaptation and customization to suit the needs of particular courses. Check them out here: https://openlibrary.ecampusontario.ca/Register your preference for a cover look using the quick poll. Help even more by providing some comments on […]
A few folks wanted to know how ma did in The Big Apple… Here’s a quick glimpse into ma’s taking of NYC. She was hard to keep up with, but Amy and I managed! http://musings.livingstonefrench.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/MA-FRENCH-TAKES-NYC.m4v
B. Toenjes | flickr: Justice League #36 | CC BY-SA-NC I have no turkey to prep; I think I am actually going to make pizza for Thanksgiving dinner. This leaves me with some extra time on my hands – not always a good thing! I have been mulling over and eventually mashing up a few unconnected posts from the past week. George Siemens’s comment to my colleague, Terry Greene, “Canada has been slow on several fronts for open education”. Terry’s […]
Well, a couple of folks, mainly 5Lers, wanted to know what’s up in Vegas. To create some sort of memory for me and to share, it seemed like the ?easiest?thing to was connect you to my Domain of One’s Own from Reclaim Hosting. This was the tool eCampusOntario used with its Northern partners for our institute. I spoke with some of you educators about it as a potential foundational tool to replace the dreaded ePortfolio which continues to rear its […]