The Open Education 2011 conference brings together a broad diversity of people to discuss the state of the art in open education and facilitate creative conversations across a wide variety of perspectives. Keynote speakers will address topics ranging from major government initiatives to efforts directed toward replacing traditional institutions.
The Open Education Conference has been described as “the annual reunion of the open education family.” Each year the conference serves as the world’s premiere venue for research and development related to open education, while simultaneously creating the most friendly and energetic atmosphere you’ll find at any academic conference.
The conference programme is available from http://openeducation2011.sched.org/
The YouTube channel for conference video capture is at http://www.youtube.com/openedconference
Clouds in this Cloudscape
- #phonar : An holistic approach to post-photographic learning
- Cognitive and Cultural Barriers to Openness (1 comment)
- Critical Literacy - a change in definition; a change in how we read/write/speak (1 comment)
- In Search Of Affordable Textbooks: How OER Can Reduce Costs
- Openness and Learning Analytics
- Six Key Dilemmas Inherent to Openness in Education
- Sustaining an Open Source Platform for Developing Mobile Learning Experiences
- Towards Open Sustainablity Education
- A case study in OER within the LMS (23 comments)
- A Mission-Based Ecosystem for OER (1 comment)
- Access is Not Enough
- Does researcher participation in online networks democratize knowledge production and dissemination?
- DS106radio4life: Open Web Radio as a Platform for Learning, Experimentation, and Collaboration (2 comments)
- Enabling Better 'Teaching and Learning': Improving Access to Open Educational Resources (5 comments)
- Instructor benefits and costs of contributing to MIT's Open Courseware (Preston Parker)
- Is Academic Recognition Sufficient Incentive to Create Open Source Courseware?
- OER or open educational experience? (1 comment)
- Opening Address: Martha Kanter
- The Impossible Open Education Future
- The Obviousness of Open Policy