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To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a ten-item OER “Fact Sheet” with actionable and interesting data about OER and its latest...
Are you looking for a good Moodle course through which you can train your staff about using Moodle? Do you need a ready-made Moodle course for Moodle training? Moodle Administrators faces a lot of challenges while preparing resources for...
How is the current penetration of Open Educational Resources (OER) in the US higher education market? Which factors influence faculty choice of required course materials? What have been successful and unsuccessful strategies to increase OER penetration in campuses across...
Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) published a new report relating to the OER usage in US higher education titled "Opening the Textbook - Educational Resources in US Higher Education". The report shows that OER is not a driving force...
Organizing MOOC's is a current marketing trend in the educational sector to showcase the existing resources and testing your course for improvements. MOOCs are also helpful in providing access to affordable quality higher education. In developed countries, there are...
During the first MoodleMoot India 2016, Dr. Indira Koneru who delivered a great presentation about "Promoting Access to OER through Moodle"; had suggested to show up the File license information like Creative Commons license and Copyright License in Moodle course wherever its possible.
Moodle.net is a great resource to share all kinds of Open Educational Resources (OER) like courses, quizzes, database etc. Here you will find courses which you can download and use it on your own Moodle site, enroll and participate...
Each year we've focused a bit of our September posts to helping teachers get their academic year started right. Each day this week we'll publish a simple trick, tip or resource list which we think will help to make...
Including all the presentations and videos shared by the participants of MoodleMoot Us 2015 (#mootus15), another nice material which caught my attention is the course "Teaching online about teaching online: Four Pillars for Success" by Ryan D. Hazen. The course...
Matt Bury has wrote an article on the topic "Learning Styles, Mindsets and Adaptive Strategies". The article exposes one of the many negative effects of using learning styles questionnaires and encouraging learners to adapt their learning strategies to them. Here...