Using OERs in an open education subject: A reflection


EEL426 Adoption of Open Educational Practices was revised prior to 201890 session.   This is a 4 unit, six week subject in the Master of Leading Online, Open and Distance Education. It was paired with EEL421 Globalisation, Development and Open and Distance Learning (also revised).  Although there was a focus on higher education, students were able to … Continue reading Using OERs in an open education subject: A reflection

Open… it may be too soon to tell


There is a gap between where we are as a global society with respect to education and where we need to be in order to achieve social equity and global economic growth.  Did you realise, for example, there are 750 million people over 15 who cannot read or write? There are also 260 million children … Continue reading Open… it may be too soon to tell

FAQs of DOL


This post contributes to the uImagine series of blog posts for Open Education Week 2019. Translating the blog title – Frequently Asked Questions of the Digital Online Learner – here at uImagine we have affectionately called this course DOL since inception, and it is a DOL! A baby DOL, still in its infancy and getting … Continue reading FAQs of DOL

Celebrate Open Education Week 2019 with us


Founded in 2013 by the Open Education Consortium, the goal of Open Education Week is to raise awareness and showcase impact of open education on teaching and learning worldwide. Open Education Week has become one the most foremost global events recognising high achievement and excellence in open education. This is a week-long event that features … Continue reading Celebrate Open Education Week 2019 with us

The Digital Online Learner Skills Framework


Have you heard about the ‘Get ready, get set, become a digital online learner’ free, open online course yet? This course, designed by uImagine Open Pathways team and available via the openlearning.com/csu portal, provides skills for people of all ages to learn more about how to be successful when learning online. Is this something you … Continue reading The Digital Online Learner Skills Framework