Last blog I talked about Linked Data in relation to OER – linking the OER together. One aspect of this was personalisation – being able to see where gaps in a students learning were, and plugging them dynamically though linked OER.
How do we track the impact of data and documents once we’ve “let it out” into the wild for anyone to use, reuse, reappropriate, and open up for re-downloading? That’s the question I’m looking at this week, and that I’ve been thinking about for the last couple of days. more >
Over the summer I’ve been working on a project the Open Resource Bank for Interactive Teaching (ORBIT) – an OER wiki hosting Teacher Education resources for Professional Development on interactive pedagogy, particularly using ICT. It’s still a work in progress prior to the project end in September, and to an extent it’ll still be in progress after that (although, to an extent we very much want it to be – it is a wiki after all!), but do give it a look. The site also hosts a few other teacher education Wikis (OER4School more >