Learning in the 21st century has been undergoing both subtle and radical transformation as a result of the impact of digital, networked technologies. Under these conditions, open learning can support learners across the globe by providing unprecedented access to information and education. However, it is not the technologies themselves that represent the most significant changes, but rather the opportunities for openness that flow from their thoughtful application through the availability of and access to formal and informal learning. Yet without supporting research to drive the direction of these opportunities, issues related to exclusion and fair access may negatively impact such educational changes.
Last Friday 19th of October we could enjoy and celebrate together 40 years of research with CALRG. The full-day event counted with a welcome and introduction from Prof. Mary Kellett and Prof. Hazel Rymer.
openTEL is pleased to announce that Dr Wayne Holmes will be part of the Panel DAT06 at the OEB conference in Berlin, Germany on the 5th December, Approaches to the Use of AI in Learning. For more information see link below. https://oeb.global/programme/agenda/oeb-18/sessions/dat06
CfP Research Topic – Journal Frontiers in Digital Humanities
In collaboration with the journal Frontiers in Digital Humanities we are inviting you to contribute to an open-access article collection on:
“Interdisciplinary Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning Interventions: Sites of Knowledge, Collaborative Identities and Pedagogical Innovations”. Continue reading