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OCWC Global 2014

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I love this photo. The fourth dragon that guards Zmajski Most, one of the bridges over Ljubljanica river in Ljubljana, Slovenia. I was there in April to present at OCWC Global 2014; I took it on a quick rambling out, while I searched for a scarf to cover an accidental spillage of marmalade over the one and only item of formal attire that I had packed, which would spare me the embarrassment of collecting an award wearing a sticky, albeit elegant black jacket. OCWC Global 2014 certainly knocked OpenEd 13 off the top spot in my list of great-to-have-been-here conferences. There was a lot of work, some happy chats and more serious conversations, glorious food to partake and the odd Laško, always in very good company. Below are the slides for my talk Flipping with OER: K12 teachers’ views of the impact of open practices on students, and also the recording; you can read the proceedings here, and if you are curious about what else happened to the OER Research Hub team, I’m happy to refer you to A is for April, the post I wrote in the project’s blog.


Flipping with OER: K12 teachers’ views of the impact of open practices on students

 

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