JLS Annotation Conversation

Earlier this week I was thrilled to read that the Journal of Learning Sciences has decided to facilitate a web annotation conversation: Coming Soon: Web annotation of JLS articles in Hypothes.is. The first article is a study by Akkerman and Bruining published in 2016 in Volume 25 (2).Read the full article at https://t.co/tGoOiQKLUR and visit…

Layer as Resource

Last month I attended the Open Education Conference, also known as OpenEd, in Anaheim, California. OpenEd has grown into a marque conference that celebrates and pushes forward the development, use, and research of open educational resources (or OER), and appears increasingly interested in other aspects of open education, such as open educational practice and the…

Marginal Syllabus as OER and OEP

This post was originally published on the Marginal Syllabus. Yesterday, thanks to authors Dawn Reed and Troy Hicks, we launched the sixth Marginal Syllabus monthly flash mob via our emerging model of public and collaborative web annotation-as-conversation. We’re now more than halfway through the academic year, and as a Marginal Syllabus organizer I’ve been thinking a lot…

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