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OER World Map at #opened17

Next week the OER World Map project will be represented at the 14th Annual Open Education Conference which will take place in Anaheim, California between the 11th and 13th of October.

We can be found in the Royal Ballroom at table 23 on Thursday October 12, 2017 11:00am – 11:25am and again between 11:30am – 11:55am.  Instead of a formal presentation this will be a roundtable discussion with plenty of opportunity to find out how the OER World Map can make a difference to your OER related activities.

You can see the schedule for the conference at https://openeducation2017.sched.com/.

Here’s a digital copy of the handout we’ll be using for the roundtable: OER World Map in 2 pages

If you’re unable to make the session but you’d like to meet up get in touch with Rob Farrow who will be representing the project for the duration of the conference.

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Morning view of the river Dahme, Berlin

First Team Meeting 2017 Berlin

From the 16th to the 17th March we met for our first “physical” team meeting in 2017. The two days were filled with lively discussions and effective teamwork. Our colleague Felix was our host. We met at the office of graphthinking in Berlin, Köpenick. Many thanks for the hospitality and possibility to meet in the German capital only hundred meters away from the lovely river Dahme! Continue reading

OER World Map at #oer15

Helo ffrindiau OER, a chyfarchion o Gaerdydd yng Nghymru (DU)! Here are the slides from today’s presentation by myself and Philipp at the OER15 conference in Cardiff, in Wales (UK). They provide a snapshot of the current progress of the project and we also managed to collect our first examples of user stories. You can access the list of stories (and add your own) at http://tinyurl.com/oermap. Continue reading

Making connections: #OER World Map in 2015 #openeducationwk

As we enter Open Education Week it’s starting be be a really exciting period for OER World Map.  Since funding for the project was awarded to the team there has been lots of activity behind the scenes to build the technical architecture that will allow us to map complex information in an intuitive and useful way.  I will let others who understand the minutiae of these things better than I do the explaining, but it’s really interesting to see things come together while we work as a distributed team. Continue reading