The Open Movement and Libraries is a resource-rich course covering a wide range of open topics being offered this fall by Ellyssa Kroski. The course plan linked above is licensed CC By-SA.
There have been some good comments on my post from yesterday, and interesting posts elsewhere around the net. I realized I needed to clarify my model a bit after reading Stephen’s comment: A slightly different model has emerged in George’s and my Connectivism course. We have the 20 for-credit students at the University of Manitoba, … Read more
D’Arcy had a great post tonight about the three parts of open education. It validates something I’ve been wondering to myself about for a while. While I use slightly different language, you can me my take on the three toward the end of my Open Ed 2008 General Session presentation (start at slide 100): Ten … Read more