Opening up and enhancing #moodle books with GitHub, ePub, etc.

On December 1 I gave the following presentation. Titled “Opening up and enhancing Moodle books with GitHub, ePub, etc.” the presentation reports on the work I’ve done as part of the Moodle open book project. In particular, it will describe the “why” and “what” behind the development of the Moodle Book github tool. A tool

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Homogeneity: the inevitable result of a strategic approach?

   by  HA! Designs – Artbyheather  Is homogeneity an inevitable end result of a strategic approach to deciding what gets done? The following presents some evidence to suggest a potential strong correlation. What is the strategic approach? In Jones and Clark (2014) we suggested that contemporary universities (along most other organisations) increasingly use a strategic approach

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Where does the LMS sit in the reusability paradox

This post continues the adaptation of the original work of David Wiley around the reuse and remixing of open content and applying that knowledge to the LMS and other institutional e-learning systems and practices. The idea is that explicitly ignoring the distinction between the “content” and the digital systems (and perhaps also the physical equipment)

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Framing some project ideas around support and services for learning and teaching

When time permits I’m working with a group (one of many) that is tasked with coming up with project ideas that could support my current institution’s strategic plan around learning and teaching. In particular we’ve been tasked to consider projects that will help build the institution’s capacity to Continuously improve capacity to effectively and efficiently

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