Monthly Archives: February 2019
1st Open and Inclusive Special Interest Group meeting (blog post by Chris Douce)
I was invited to give a talk at the first Open and Inclusive Special Interest Group meeting which took place on 11 February 2019.
The Open and Inclusive SIG is made up of two groups: OpenTEL and SeGA, an abbreviation for Securing Greater Accessibility (on a module). The event was open to member of these groups, and anyone who is broadly interested in the subjects of accessibility and inclusion. Importantly, an invitation was also extended to faculty Accessibility co-ordinators. Continue reading
Who has the crystal ball for moving forward with Digital Assessment?
Join Professor Denise Whitelock, Professor of Technology Enhanced Assessment and Learning.
Digital assessment is an evolving construct used in education to enrich, inform and complement the teaching process. Using automatic feedback however, has been under-utilised and under-valued throughout the assessment process.
Aspects of Open: The evolution of the meaning of open education
As The Open University celebrates its 50th anniversary and its mission of openness, Martin Weller, Professor of Educational Technology at the OU, will examine what the term ‘open’ means and consider what an ‘Open University’ would look like if we were to invent it now.
When the OU was founded 50 years ago, it established a model of ‘open education’ that went on to be successfully replicated in many countries.
OpenTEL events February 2019
OpenTEL events for February include: